UP ELECTIONS 2017 – Taking up issues of dynastic politics and law and order to target Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called it a tie-up between two families who have “looted” Uttar Pradesh (UP) and the country, and mocked Rahul Gandhi saying no leader has as many jokes on him as he does for his “childish” acts.
“When both families were separate, they caused so much destruction in the country and UP. What will happen when they have joined hands. If you want to save UP, you will have to save it from these families,” he said addressing a rally here.
With BJP locked in a tough fight in the state assembly polls, the Prime Minister dwelt at length on the “family rule” of the Yadav clan and cases of major crimes under its watch, besides “corruption” during the reign of Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati governments.
Modi, who has been accused by Congress of using foul language and repeatedly humiliating opposition after his raincoat jibe against former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, persisted with his shrill attack on rivals saying they have only served their families. READ MORE