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UP will never impose its trust on 'adopted son' PM Modi, taunts Mayawati

ANI  |  Fatehpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India] 

(BSP) supremo on Friday taunted Prime Minister Modi for calling himself to be the 'adopted son' of and said that the people of the state would never impose their on him despite all dramatic claims.

"The people won't bless BJP, no matter how much drama Prime Minister Modi does by calling himself to be the adopted son of Uttar Pradesh," she said while addressing a rally in Fatehpur.

Continuing her tirade against Prime Minister Modi, said the people of are angry with him due to his 'wrong policies'.

"The has not yet dared to project a chief ministerial face in The people are facing lot of difficulties after This decision was taken in haste and was wrong," she added.

Reiterating that the people of are tired of being suppressed by the ruling party, asserted that the will form the with full majority this time.

"If the comes to power, recruitment process in jobs will be made easier. I am sure we will come to power with absolute majority in UP," she added.

Accusing the Centre of attempting to abolish reservation, the supremo said the ruling dispensation has exploited Dalits, adding the is working to impose the RSS' agenda.

She also said that her party doesn't agree with the interference in Triple Talaq and Uniform Civil Code.

Talking about the family feud in the Samajwadi Party, said Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and his team will have to pay the price for the ill-treatment meted out to Shivpal Yadav by Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Cornering the Akhilesh Yadav government, the former chief minister said the state is witnessing 'jungle raj' under the Samajwadi Party's rule.

With two phases of Assembly elections already being held, the third phase will be conducted on February 19.

An impressive turnout of over 65 per cent was recorded in 67 Assembly constituencies across 11 districts of western Uttar Pradesh, in the second phase of the crucial state poll.

40 seats of the 403-member Assembly will go to polls in the final phase on March 8.

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