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Mayawati frustrated as she couldn't turn her black money into white: BJP

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Lashing out at (BSP) chief for her 'unrestrained' remarks, spokesperson Shrikant Sharma on Saturday said she is opposing just because she is frustrated and did not get enough time to turn her black money into white.

"You are calling as a measure taken in precocity because you didn't get time to convert your black money, which you accumulated through scams and selling party tickets into white. is not against a person or a political party, it is against those who finance and indulge in counterfeiting of currency and other miscreants and black money hoarders," he said in a press conference.

Refuting Mayawati's allegations that the Centre has not fulfilled its promises of development made during the elections, Sharma said, "There are upcoming polls in and Mayawatiji can see clearly that she will lose in the elections so she is giving such unrestrained statements."

"You (Mayawati) were involved in several scams like the NHRM, because you had anti-people policies," he said.

He added that the and the have a coalition otherwise the truth behind the NHRM scam would have been in front of the public.

"You (Mayawati) never protested against the Akhilesh government, you did not protest against the Bulandshehar rape case. Both of you, (BSP) and SP, see Muslim voters as bonded labours. You don't work for their development but when you need votes, you talk about their welfare," said Sharma.

Earlier today, lashed out at the centre for the drive saying it has brought nothing but economic emergency, as people are suffering due to it.

She accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of blackmailing people by busting into tears on several occasions.

Asserting that the Prime Minister is "scared" of addressing opposition in either of the Houses over the issue, she said, "If riots and scuffles break out due to the prevailing condition, then only the Prime Minister will be responsible for that."

The chief said the faces danger from the only in the assembly polls and not from the or the Congress, who are surviving on oxygen.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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