UP CM likens Akhilesh to Aurangzeb, says dethroned his father


Team Udayavani, May 11, 2019, 5:15 PM IST

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Saturday tore into the SP-BSP alliance by likening SP chief Akhilesh Yadav to Aurangzeb, who had imprisoned his father emperor Shahjahan.

He said the “‘mahamilawatis’ are behaving like snakes, frogs and scorpions who come together during floods.

In a tweet in Hindi, the chief minister said, “The one who dethroned his father, like Aurangzeb, joined hands with the sworn enemy. After May 23, they will again abuse each other. These ‘mahamilavati’ people are behaving today like scorpions, frogs and snakes which come together during floods.”

Adityanath, who addressed an election meeting in Ballia on Saturday, said in another tweet, “When I and (Narendra) Modiji put lock on the shops of ‘Bua’ (Mayawati) and ‘Babua’ (Akhilesh), they opened another counter to sell ‘mahamilavati’ goods and cheat the people.

“This counter will also be closed by the people on May 23 and they will again abuse each other. So do not waste your votes. Think, understand and get involved in the setting up a new and strong India.”

Adityanath had earlier called Akhilesh ‘goondon ka sartaj’ (king of goons) and has often accused him of taking development works and extending basic facilities on caste and communal lines.

Top News

Short of protective gears, health, sanitation workers forced to risk their lives daily: RaGa

Millions of Indians respond to PM’s appeal; light candles, diyas, turn on mobile phone torches

Karnataka govt preparing for eventuality on COVID-19 front

Govt considering another package to minimize lockdown impact: Sources

Mangaluru: Thokkottu housing complex quarantined after resident tests positive

M’luru: 22-yr-old COVID-19 patient recovers, to be discharged tom

K’taka Covid 19 case rises to 151 

Related Articles More

Short of protective gears, health, sanitation workers forced to risk their lives daily: RaGa

Millions of Indians respond to PM’s appeal; light candles, diyas, turn on mobile phone torches

Karnataka govt preparing for eventuality on COVID-19 front

Govt considering another package to minimize lockdown impact: Sources

COVID-19 death toll rises to 83, cases climb to 3,577

MUST WATCH

Covid 19: Cong forms dist-level task committee force

Heart of Gold: Helping the needy get free guidance – Dr. Padmanabha Kamath

COVID-19: 5-year-old donates piggy bank for CMRF

COVID-19: Watermelon growers of Polali hurt by lockdown

Latest Additions

Short of protective gears, health, sanitation workers forced to risk their lives daily: RaGa

Millions of Indians respond to PM’s appeal; light candles, diyas, turn on mobile phone torches

Karnataka govt preparing for eventuality on COVID-19 front

Govt considering another package to minimize lockdown impact: Sources

Mangaluru: Thokkottu housing complex quarantined after resident tests positive