Akhilesh Yadav, the leader of the Samajwadi Party, is continually criticizing the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh. In an open letter published on Wednesday, he aimed at the state government on several subjects. The contemporary period, according to Akhilesh Yadav, is characterized by "half income, double inflation." He claimed that the current administration had only caused problems.
'Apart from the poor and backward, skilled and non-skilled workers, unemployed youth, people who have lost their jobs due to the deteriorating state of the economy, businessmen, industrialists, and farmers are also from the current 'half income, double inflation' era,' the Samajwadi Party supremo wrote in the letter. Since the current administration took office, it has only brought obstacles and problems. On the occasion of Republic Day on Wednesday, the former CM released this letter on Twitter.
On Republic Day, Akhilesh Yadav said that people should promise on January 26 to safeguard the Constitution, which is the foundation of this magnificent democracy. Moving forward with constructive, progressive, and realistic politics, he continued, is the best way to bring about positive change since it is not in the interests of anyone group but rather brings everyone along.
According to the SP supremo, This government has divided society into two sections. On the one hand, people are becoming wealthier, but on the other hand, people are becoming poorer. Even among the wealthy, only a few people amass riches. The middle class is disintegrating. Their savings and interest, which are crucial to their future, are likewise not secure in the bank.
"We give 300 units of free power per family, free irrigation, MSP for all crops, guaranteed payment within 15 days to sugarcane farmers, interest-free loans, insurance, pension, Samajwadi pension of Rs 18,000 per year," Akhilesh wrote in the letter. Will deliver on promises such as providing laptops to talented kids, creating 22 lakh new IT employment, filling tens of thousands of vacant government jobs, restoring the pension program, and performing a caste census.