Video | UP assembly polls: Mayawati says BJP stacked blackmoney in the name of currency ban

06 March 2017, 05:18 PM

BSP Supremo Mayawati on Monday attacked BJP, SP and Congress and said that her party will win with huge majority in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. She also alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Varanasi “road-show” on Saturday was violative of the election Model Code of Conduct.

Here are the live updates:

#The public want answers from Samajwadi Party on 'gundagardi' in Uttar Pradesh

#Samajwadi Party did not do any work in 5 years

#BJP raised the prices of gas cylinders in middle of assembly polls

#In UP, not work but crime speaks (UP mein Kaam nahi apradh bolta hai)

#Outsiders are being brought in rallies to show strength 

#BJP failed to fulfil its promise of cleaning Ganga

#PM Modi is playing with the sentiments of people

#PM Modi did not fulfil his promises in Varanasi, the public will give a befitting reply

#The Narendra Modi government is anti-poor and anti-farmer

#PM Modi and Amit Shah are doing drama

#It is runner-up fight among the Opposition parties

#BJP's dreams have shattered

#BJP betrayed the people of Uttar Pradesh

#BSP is going to get a huge majority

#BSP will be ahead in seventh phase too

#BJP leaders talk more and work less

#BJP is trying to deceive people and trying to distract them

#BJP will see a defeat in 2019 too

#PM Modi violated the election Model Code of Conduct by holding roadshow in Varanasi

#PM Modi held roadshow in Varanasi without permission

#BJP stacked blackmoney in the name of currency ban

#BJP has already accepted defeat

#BJP knows that BSP will form government in Uttar Pradesh

#BSP will win with huge majority

On Sunday, she urged the EC to look into the matter. In a statement issued here, she said, “Yesterday’s road-show taken out by PM Narendra Modi (in Varanasi) is a serious issue. Violation of the Model Code of Conduct by people occupying high posts is not only improper, but also dangerous for democracy.”

The former Chief Minister also claimed that the Prime Minister’s action showed that conducting a free-and-fair election would be a challenge for the Election Commission in Uttar Pradesh.

Mayawati urged the poll watchdog to “immediately intervene”, so that those occupying high posts do not dare violate the Model Code of Conduct in future.

First Published: Monday, March 06, 2017 04:11 PM
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