‘BJP Can Be Ousted From Country If We Can Defeat It In UP’: Akhilesh Yadav In Kolkata

Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav on Friday hits out at BJP saying that “if we are able to defeat BJP in UP, it can be ousted from country,” news agency PTI reported. 

Yadav, who is in Kolkata to head his party’s two-day national executive, is expected to meet West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee on Friday evening.

Yadav hits out at both Congress and BJP saying that “right now our stand is distance from both Cong & BJP.”

SP Chief also lambasted the BJP-led government at the Centre for misusing central agencies to “harass leaders and public representatives of opposition parties” who constitute a danger to the saffron camp.

“All senior leaders will sit together and discuss how to defeat BJP. Congress also used them (ED-CBI) when they were in power. Now BJP is using them. Whoever joins their (BJP) party, no ED-CBI raid on them. We want BJP should be defeated from both UP and south India,” SP chief told reporters, news agency ANI reported. 

“The BJP sends the ED and CBI to harass those opposition parties which threaten it,” he was quoted by PTI in its report.

Some of the decisions made by the Centre essentially amount to selling off the nation’s assets, said Samajwadi Party chief. “BJP is bothered about what a Cong leader said overseas, but not about UP CM’s comments on Ambedkar,” he further stated. 

In order to review policies and plans for the next assembly elections in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Madhya Pradesh as well as the Lok Sabha election in 2024, the Samajwadi Party will conduct its two-day national executive in Kolkata starting on March 18.

Yadav will also speak this afternoon at the Moulali Yuva Kendra workers gathering.

The sources claimed that he will later see Banerjee at her home.

The connection between the two leaders is quite friendly.

Banerjee supported the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister for the 2022 election in that state after Yadav had given the TMC support during the 2021 Bengal assembly election.

(With Inputs From Agencies)

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