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Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav’s announcement, will not contest the UP assembly elections

Samajwadi Party President, former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav said that he will not contest the next assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. Azamgarh MP Akhilesh Yadav said that he is forming an alliance with small parties. The alliance with the Rashtriya Lok Dal and seat-sharing is yet to be discussed.

Earlier in Hardoi, Akhilesh Yadav took a jibe at Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for not understanding the youth thinking and said on Sunday that in today’s era, how will they understand the interest of the youth who do not even know how to operate laptops and mobile phones. Inaugurating the journey of the second phase of the Samajwadi Vijay Rath here, Akhilesh said that the youth are the future of this country and only young people can understand the mind of the youth. He sarcastically said, ‘Till now we knew that our Chief Minister does not know how to operate a laptop, but just now an officer told that he does not know how to operate a mobile. Just think, what will they understand about the youth who are unable to operate mobiles and laptops in today’s era?

Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of spreading discrimination on the basis of caste and religion in the society, Akhilesh said that the identity of India in the world has been the people of many religions and castes living together. He said that if there is an ideology that works to fight us, we will not accept it. We follow the constitution of our country which shows the path of socialist ideology.

Akhilesh took a jibe:

The former Chief Minister said that the two most favorite works of the BJP are Sarfi. First changing the names of different places and secondly building toilets. He said that the Samajwadi Purvanchal Expressway which was being built in the SP government, the Chief Minister changed its name. Similarly, in the SP government, on the lines of New York Police, Uttar Pradesh Police’s helpline service ‘UP 100’ was started. It was such a service that if anyone from the village called, the police would come to help him. But Chief Minister Yogi changed its name to ‘Dial 112’. Accusing the Yogi government of not doing any work in all other sectors including education, employment, and health, he said that the additional impact of inflation has made life difficult for the common man. The former Chief Minister said that profits of private companies are being made by making petrol and diesel expensive. He said, ‘When the Samajwadi Vijay Rath has started, then the SP government has been formed, and now by making petrol and diesel expensive, the government is also indicating that you should ride a cycle.

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