Mayawati attacks Modi over 'achhe din'; dubs Akhilesh 'insensitive'

| Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 22:05
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Mayawati demanded reservation for the minorities and other economically backward class people

Lucknow: Demanding a Supreme Court-monitored CBI probe into the Mathura violence, BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday lashed out at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, terming him the worst-ever chief minister of the state.
The former chief minister also trained her gun on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his promises of bringing "achhe din".
"There should be either a time-bound judicial probe or Supreme Court monitored CBI probe into the Mathura violence. This is required as the matter is very sensitive and serious in nature," Mayawati said here at a press conference.
Accusing the Akhilesh Yadav government of being insensitive towards the incident, she said: "How serious is the state government that the chief minister is touring Bundelkhand, rather visiting Mathura." 
Akhilesh Yadav was an official visit to Mahoba in the Bundelkhand region on Saturday.
"This is the worst ever government in the state and Akhilesh Yadav is the worst ever chief minister," she added.
Describing the BJP as a party of industrialists and of rich people, Mayawati said that the Modi government has failed to deliver on its promises of bringing "achhe din". 
"The NDA government has failed to keep its promises made during 2014 Lok Sabha campaign. Forget about 'achhe din', now the 'bure din' (bad days) of government are about to come," she said.
"The BJP is presenting its win in Assam as it has achieved a grand success while the fact is that after losing elections in Delhi and Bihar the party lost badly in West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry," she said.
Raking up the issue of reservation, Mayawati accused the BJP in trying to end reservations for Dalits and backward classes "from the back door".
She also demanded reservation for the minorities and other economically backward class people belonging to other religious minorities.

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