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No Riots in UP During My Tenure: Mayawati

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Guwahati: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati today claimed that the state of Uttar Pradesh has not witnessed any riots during her tenure as the Chief Minister adding that the present Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tenure has been full of violence and deemed him unfit for holding a public office.

Mayawati termed Modi’s legacy as chief minister of Gujarat a ‘stain on BJP and country’s communalism.’ She said that PM Modi was indeed the chief minister of Gujarat for a longer time than I was the CM of Uttar Pradesh but his legacy is a stain on BJP and country’s communalism. “While in our government Uttar Pradesh was free of riots and anarchy,” claims Mayawati.

She further stated that her government was fit when it came to matters of public interest while BJP has been unfit adding that Modi’s term as a prime minister as well as the chief minister was full of violence. He is unfit to hold the public office, said the BSP Chief.

The BSP chief also scoffed at Modi for calling her Behenji ki Sampatti Party. She further stated that whatever the national president of BSP has it has been given by well-wishers and the society and nothing is hidden from the government. She also asserted that the incumbent government sweeps all their bad deeds under the carpet. However, Mayawati served as Uttar Pradesh chief minister four times, briefly in 1995 and 1997, then from 2002 to 2003 and from 2007 to 2012.

Attacking the BJP, the BSP supremo accused the BJP of having the most corrupt members saying that the party has a disease of calling other parties corrupt. The nation knows that the most corrupt people belong to their party.

Thirteen seats in Uttar Pradesh are scheduled to vote in the seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha polls on May 19. The results of the polls will be declared on May 23.