Watch: BSP Chief Mayawati dismisses PM’s claims on ending black money, says his move is ‘anti-farmer’

14 November 2016, 11:30 PM

BSP chief Mayawati on Monday addressed a press conference in Lucknow. Attacking PM Modi's Ghazipur rally, she said people were being paid to throng the rally and called it a flop show.

Condemning strongly the currency demonetisation, she spoke of the plight of commoners, standing in long queues and questioned what the BJP govenment has done for UP in the last two-and-a-half years of its tenure? 

This is her third press conference in November. Her last PC revolved around condemning Modi government for sudden demonetisation which left the entire country financially crippled. 

Here are the highlights of her press conference:

#Mayawati questions PM Modi's Ghazipur rally

#People were being paid to throng Ghazipur rally

#His rally was entirely flop

#Government rail was being politicised for BJP's own gains

#There were outsiders in their rally

#The present scenario in the country reflects the purported ‘Acche Din’ by BJP

#In the name of DeMonetisation , the common people are being made to suffer

#After demonetisation, poor people are left helpless, being forced to stand in long queues

#Modi government has failed on development front.

#ATMs are not working, people are left cashless and troubled.

#What have they done in two- and- a half years for the least developed areas of Uttar Pradesh?

#People of UP want to know from PM how much his party has done for the state during their tenure?

#They have not fulfilled even a single promise they made in two and a half years

#PM keeps boasting about I did this, I did that but never told what he did when it comes to development

#Mayawati dismisses as hollow PM's claims on ending black money, says his move is anti-farmer

#PM should have made adequate preparations before scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes

First Published: Monday, November 14, 2016 03:40 PM
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