PM Modi attacks SP: 'Pariwarwadi' parties still stuck in old alliances with mafias'
Ahead of seventh phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday attacked Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party and said that 'Pariwarwadi' parties are still stuck in their old alliances with 'mafias'.
He further added that BJP has alliance with the people of Uttar Pradesh.
While addressing a public rally in Chandauli, PM Modi said, "These 'Pariwarwadi' parties are still stuck in their old alliances with mafias. Whereas BJP's alliance is with the people of Uttar Pradesh. Our alliance is with those 14,000 poor families of Chandauli, for whose dreams we have worked hard day and night to fulfil."
"The BJP's alliance is with the sisters of every family of Chandauli, to protect their dignity, we first built toilets, now we are working at a fast pace to provide tap water to them. In front of this strong alliance, the fake and adulterated alliance of extreme 'Pariwarwadi' parties cannot stand even for a moment," he added.
Speaking about the work of his government, PM further said that in the last seven years, BJP has done many important things to change the politics of the country.
"When the 'Pariwarwadi' parties were in power, wheat and paddy were procured from only 12,000 farmers of Chandauli. But after the formation of the BJP government, wheat and paddy have been bought from about 50 thousand farmers here. Whatever purchase is being done, its money is being deposited directly into the bank accounts of the farmers," said PM Modi.
Under PM Kisan Samman Nidhi, about Rs 400 crore has been sent directly to the accounts of more than 2 lakh farmers of Chandauli, PM Modi added.
"The goal of 'Pariwarwadi' parties is to enjoy power, that is why they have been doing politics of division in the society. Our goal is to build the nation, so we take everyone along and complete the work as a service. In the last five years, work has been done on every infrastructure in Chandauli rapidly," he said.
"We don't do vote bank politics. We credited financial aid of government schemes in your bank accounts directly," PM Modi said in Chandauli.
He further said that earlier people had to go to government offices for their small works but under the BJP government everything is at the doorstep of people.
Meanwhile, polling for the sixth phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections is underway and will continue till 6 pm.
A total of 676 candidates are in the fray in the sixth phase of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, while Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is among the prominent candidates.
Polling for the seventh phase will be held on March 7. The counting of votes will take place on March 10.
-With ANI inputs