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Working for people, not for Akhilesh's satisfaction: UP Dy CMs

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Lambasting former chief minister for expressing his dissatisfaction over the present government's administration, Deputy Chief Ministers on Sunday said that the state is not working for the (SP) president's satisfaction but for the people.

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said that Akhilesh would not be able to defeat the (BJP) even if he forms grand alliance or 'thug alliance.'

"Whether he forms alliance, grand alliance or thug alliance, all their attempts to stop will be unsuccessful because the people of the nation are with Modi. People want to see on the path of development. Those who deceived people under the false claim of development were rejected. We are not working for their satisfaction, we are working for the satisfaction of 22 crore Indians," Maurya told ANI.

second Deputy Chief Minister Sharma also resonated the same sentiments, saying that they are working for the people and not for Akhilesh.

"Satisfaction of people is more important than Akhilesh's satisfaction. It's not even been a month and they are questioning our work. What about them who ruled the state for so many years?" Sharma told ANI.

Reacting on the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) tampering issue, Sharma said nobody had problem with the voting machine till the time they were winning.

"Till the time they were winning, EVMs were fine, now they have problem with it," he said.

Giving a fresh blow to the controversy surrounding the alleged EVM tampering, Akhilesh yesterday said he had heard the voters pressed on the symbol of the Samajwadi Party, but the votes went into the BJP's basket.

Further, raising doubts on the EVMs, Akhilesh demanded to conduct poll on ballot papers.

"It was being said that symbol of the SP was pressed but votes went to the We have complained about the issue to the Election Commission because after all, it is a machine and can give faulty results," Akhilesh said while addressing a press conference here.

The president continued his tirade against the Yogi Adityanath-led state and made sardonic remarks on various issues such as anti-Romeo squads, ban on cow slaughter etc.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Lambasting former chief minister for expressing his dissatisfaction over the present government's administration, Deputy Chief Ministers on Sunday said that the state is not working for the (SP) president's satisfaction but for the people.

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said that Akhilesh would not be able to defeat the (BJP) even if he forms grand alliance or 'thug alliance.'

"Whether he forms alliance, grand alliance or thug alliance, all their attempts to stop will be unsuccessful because the people of the nation are with Modi. People want to see on the path of development. Those who deceived people under the false claim of development were rejected. We are not working for their satisfaction, we are working for the satisfaction of 22 crore Indians," Maurya told ANI.

second Deputy Chief Minister Sharma also resonated the same sentiments, saying that they are working for the people and not for Akhilesh.

"Satisfaction of people is more important than Akhilesh's satisfaction. It's not even been a month and they are questioning our work. What about them who ruled the state for so many years?" Sharma told ANI.

Reacting on the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) tampering issue, Sharma said nobody had problem with the voting machine till the time they were winning.

"Till the time they were winning, EVMs were fine, now they have problem with it," he said.

Giving a fresh blow to the controversy surrounding the alleged EVM tampering, Akhilesh yesterday said he had heard the voters pressed on the symbol of the Samajwadi Party, but the votes went into the BJP's basket.

Further, raising doubts on the EVMs, Akhilesh demanded to conduct poll on ballot papers.

"It was being said that symbol of the SP was pressed but votes went to the We have complained about the issue to the Election Commission because after all, it is a machine and can give faulty results," Akhilesh said while addressing a press conference here.

The president continued his tirade against the Yogi Adityanath-led state and made sardonic remarks on various issues such as anti-Romeo squads, ban on cow slaughter etc.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Working for people, not for Akhilesh's satisfaction: UP Dy CMs

Lambasting former chief minister for expressing his dissatisfaction over the present government's administration, Deputy Chief Ministers on Sunday said that the state is not working for the (SP) president's satisfaction but for the people.

Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya said that Akhilesh would not be able to defeat the (BJP) even if he forms grand alliance or 'thug alliance.'

"Whether he forms alliance, grand alliance or thug alliance, all their attempts to stop will be unsuccessful because the people of the nation are with Modi. People want to see on the path of development. Those who deceived people under the false claim of development were rejected. We are not working for their satisfaction, we are working for the satisfaction of 22 crore Indians," Maurya told ANI.

second Deputy Chief Minister Sharma also resonated the same sentiments, saying that they are working for the people and not for Akhilesh.

"Satisfaction of people is more important than Akhilesh's satisfaction. It's not even been a month and they are questioning our work. What about them who ruled the state for so many years?" Sharma told ANI.

Reacting on the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) tampering issue, Sharma said nobody had problem with the voting machine till the time they were winning.

"Till the time they were winning, EVMs were fine, now they have problem with it," he said.

Giving a fresh blow to the controversy surrounding the alleged EVM tampering, Akhilesh yesterday said he had heard the voters pressed on the symbol of the Samajwadi Party, but the votes went into the BJP's basket.

Further, raising doubts on the EVMs, Akhilesh demanded to conduct poll on ballot papers.

"It was being said that symbol of the SP was pressed but votes went to the We have complained about the issue to the Election Commission because after all, it is a machine and can give faulty results," Akhilesh said while addressing a press conference here.

The president continued his tirade against the Yogi Adityanath-led state and made sardonic remarks on various issues such as anti-Romeo squads, ban on cow slaughter etc.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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