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Lok Sabha elections 2019: Akhilesh Yadav challenges BJP to come up with new PM face

Lok Sabha elections 2019: Akhilesh Yadav challenges BJP to come up with new PM face

Samajwadi Party President and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav have challenged the BJP to come with the new Prime Minister for the 2019 General Elections. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Yadav said that there are many PM faces in the anti-BJP coalition and the country will know about it in a few days.

Given that its people of the country who decide on their own leader, "In the coming days, you will see how many choices we have (for leaders). But, one thing is true, and people are accepting it ... that the country is waiting for a new prime minister. "

Prior to this, on January 12, Yadav and BSP supremo Mayawati announced an alliance in Uttar Pradesh for the upcoming general elections. After the agreement between SP and BSP, both parties will contest 38 seats each. 

Recalling the humiliating comment of BJP legislator Sadhna Singh about Mayawati, Yadav said, "They haven’t done anything in the last four and half years and therefore, they do not talk about work ... the elections are near. Some people will go down with their language ... not only small units, but the language of the people sitting in the highest position is also becoming similar.

 

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Samajwadi Party President and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav have challenged the BJP to come with the new Prime Minister for the 2019 general elections. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Yadav said that there are many PM faces in the anti-BJP coalition and the country will know about it in a few days.

Given that its people of the country who decide on their own leader, "In the coming days, you will see how many choices we have (for leaders). But, one thing is true, and people are accepting it ... that the country is waiting for a new prime minister. "

Prior to this, on January 12, Yadav and BSP supremo Mayawati announced an alliance in Uttar Pradesh for the upcoming general elections. After the agreement between SP and BSP, both parties will contest 38 seats each. 

Recalling the humiliating comment of BJP legislator Sadhna Singh about Mayawati, Yadav said, "They haven’t done anything in the last four and half years and therefore, they do not talk about work ... the elections are near. Some people will go down with their language ... not only small units, but the language of the people sitting in the highest position is also becoming similar.

 

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