Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Wednesday claimed that there was no riot in the Uttar Pradesh state during the Chief Minister’s tenure.
The former Chief Minister also said that Narendra Modi’s tenure has been filled with violence and he considered him “unfit” to take over the public office.
she termed the legacy of Narendra Modi as the Chief Minister of Gujarat “a stain on the BJP and the communalism of the country”.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi was actually the Chief Minister of Gujarat when I was the CM of Uttar Pradesh but his legacy is a black spot on the BJP and the communalism of the country … while in our government, Uttar Pradesh was free of riots and chaos,” BSP supremo told ANI.
Keeping his position against Modi, Mayawati said that her government was “fit” when it came in public interest matters, while the BJP was “unfinished”. Mayawati said, “Modi’s tenure as a Prime Minister and Chief Minister was full of violence, he is ineligible to hold public office,” Mayawati said.
BSP leader worked in Uttar Pradesh four times in 1995 and 1997, then from 2002 to 2003 and from 2007 to 2012.
When he called on the BSP, he made fun of PM Modi – “Behenji’s property party”. “Whatever is available to the National President of BSP, he has been given by well-wishers and society, and nothing is hidden from the government,” he said, condemning the government, fulfills all his evil deeds under the carpet.