Akhilesh on KASAB remark: BJP coining petty acronyms fearing defeat
Balrampur: Hitting out at Amit Shah for ‘KASAB’ remark, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today accused BJP leaders of coining petty acronyms for the fear of defeat in the the Assembly polls.
The Samajwadi Party leader also took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for attacking him, saying he holds “such a high position but fights with me” and “indulges in such a petty talk which does not suit him”.
Referring to the acronym ‘KASAB’ coined by Shah for Congress, SP and BSP yesterday, Akhilesh said,
“BJP people have lost the battle on the ground and so their language has changed.”
Taking a dig at the BJP chief, he said, “We used to study that it was ‘KA se kabutar’ but these people are teaching something else. This time round, people are going to set your ‘kabutar’ (pigeons) free.” Addressing another rally at Pechpedva, Akhilesh said, “They (BJP leaders) seem to be indulging in petty talk in view of their bad showing in the elections.” He wondered on what course BJP wants to take the polls and said the SP only wanted to take it on the path of development.
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