Seeing the defeat, his tongue is faltering in his speeches, Akhilesh Yadav attacks PM Modi

Ballia. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said on Sunday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has realized that BJP will not be able to retain power at the center, due to which he has lost confidence and his tongue is faltering in speeches. Addressing an election rally in favor of Samajwadi Party candidate Ramashankar Vidyarthi from Salempur parliamentary constituency at Belthara Road here, Yadav promised to end the Agniveer scheme of recruitment in the army. He said, “June 4 will be a historic day. Along with climate change, there will be political change as well. Both the cabinet and the media circle will change.’

Claiming that the ‘India’ alliance government will be formed, Yadav said that Prime Minister Modi’s tongue is faltering after seeing the condition of BJP. Yadav said, when self-confidence is lost, the tongue falters. He has realized that his government is going. The wave of victory that started from Western Uttar Pradesh has reached the seventh phase. Those who gave the slogan of crossing 400 are going to lose. He said that people’s anger against BJP is at its peak. Yadav said that it (BJP) cannot face the anger. He said, the 140 crore people of the country will make BJP yearn for even 140 seats. He reiterated that after the ‘India’ alliance government is formed, the Agniveer scheme will end and the age limit will be increased.

Yadav claimed, ‘Modi government has waived off loans of industrialists worth more than Rs 25 lakh crore. ‘India’ alliance government will waive off loans of farmers and implement MSP for them.’ On Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath accusing ‘India’ alliance of implementing Sharia law, Yadav said in a conversation with journalists, Yogi ji is not a Yogi. You saw Yogi ji’s yoga, one of his legs was wobbling. You will see that after the elections, he will completely wobbly. On BJP leaders saying that if ‘India’ alliance comes to power, ‘Babri lock’ will be put on Ram temple, Yadav said, this is an insult to the decision of the Supreme Court. This kind of talk is contempt of the Supreme Court.

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