- Prime Minister Modi describes Akhilesh Yadav’s trademark red hat as a “danger signal”
- He even suggested that the Samajwadi Party was sympathetic to the terrorists
- His remarks came at the inaugural function of a development project in UP
Socialist leader Akhilesh Yadav has become a growing target for the BJP’s onslaught as his rallies draw record crowds. Today, his trademark red hat has become a bully for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who described it as a “danger signal” and an “red alert” at an official event, and even suggested that the Socialist Party be sympathetic to terrorists.
Speaking at a state function in Gorakhpur – Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s base – Prime Minister Modi said, “The whole of UP knows that the ‘red hat Wallon’ (red hat) is only interested in red light.” The lamp
“These people need power only for scandals, for occupation, for the mafia to run free. Red Capra wants to form a government to free terrorists from prisons … Red Cap Red alert for Uttar Pradesh … Danger threat,” he said at a revived fertilizer factory. And added to his speech at the inauguration of a fully functioning AIIMS
The Prime Minister started by accusing the previous governments of the state of being “bipartisan”.
“They knew how important the Gorakhpur Fertilizer Plant was for the area. But they showed no interest in re-launching them. Those who are running the government before 2017 have made all sorts of excuses to allocate land for AIIMS,” he said.
He made it clear that this was “an appropriate response for those who like to raise issues over time” – in the wake of Mr Yadav’s allegations, the BJP-led government took credit for the expressways and highways that began during his tenure.
“When such projects are completed, it takes years of labor,” said Prime Minister Modi. “These people will not realize that even in Kovid’s time, our government has been working for development. These people have long forgotten Lohia’s ideals,” he added.
He then escalated the attack, referring to the Socialist Party chief and his supporters as “red hats”.
Citing the state’s “double engine” BJP government, he said, “Today all the mafia fishermen and investors are sincerely coming to UP … There is a government that cares about the poor, and its work reflects that concern. “
In response to the allegations, which the BJP has been repeating, Akhilesh Yadav accused the BJP-led Center of stifling growth in Uttar Pradesh.
If the Center had passed the Firozabad airport proposal during the Samajwadi Party rule, the development of Uttar Pradesh would have moved towards perfection, he said.
A tweet on his behalf: “If the BJP government at the Center had not stopped the proposal of Firozabad airport during the SP government, it would have got the opportunity to be associated with ‘Churi’ (Bangle) and ‘Jewar’ at this time.” (Alankar) and Uttar Pradesh The development of the government would lead to perfection. “