With Uttar Pradesh facing ongoing Assembly elections, the fight among the parties has gone to an all new level with party members going all out to attack one another.
One of the latest leaders to do this is Samajwadi Party’s Rajendra Chaudhary, who on February 20 accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah of being “terrorists” who are spreading an atmosphere of fear in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The statement was made during Chaudhary’s public address in Fatehpur, where he said that BJP wishes to scare the voters away.
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He then went on to add,
“They both are terrorists, Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. They both are creating terror within the democracy.”
He even dismissed Shah’s role as BJP chief and said that he merely follows instructions that PM Modi gives and even says what he wants him to say.
“BJP President Amit Shah has no role to play and he is merely following instructions on what he has to say. He goes ahead and scares people. His own party workers are afraid of him.”
He then went on to add that the duo is scaring voters away and are polluting the political environment of the country.
“They are creating an atmosphere of fear among the voters… they are polluting the political environment in the country.”