Delhi Voters have Rejected BJP's Divisive Politics: Samajwadi Party


Posted on 12th Feb 2015 06:08 am by mohit kumar

Lucknow, Feb 10 (IANS) Uttar Pradesh's ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) Tuesday congratulated the Delhi voters for rejecting the BJP and its "divisive politics" as it attacked the party and its leaders for being bent on vitiating the atmosphere despite being people on many occasions.

"Delhi had shown BJP the door and expressed beyond doubt their disapproval of the communal and divisive politics unleashed by the party," SP spokesman Rajendra Chowdhary said.

He accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of "continuing unabated in its arrogant avtaar" and said that to expose their anti-people and double standards, the SP had undertaken a public relations programme in the state.

"The BJP is rattled by our public relations programme as they are worried at the development being ushered in by the Akhilesh Yadav government and also because their membership targets were not being met in the state," said Chowdhary who is also a cabinet minister.

He also claimed that the BJP wanted to stir up communal passions in the state by its comments like Hindu women should give birth to four children, and by construction of a temple in memory of Nathuram Godse, the assasin of Mahatma Gandhi.

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