Rajendra Chaudhary sparks controversy, terms Modi-Shah as ‘terrorists’

Spokesman of the Samajwadi Party, Rajendra Chaudhary today sparked controversy by terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah as ‘terrorists’ and accused them of misleading voters in Uttar Pradesh.

Chaudhary further said that the Modi and his party are misleading the voters of UP which is a political crime but people of Uttar Pradesh will not disrespect politics.

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Rajendra Chaudhary stated: “The people of UP will not disrespect politics at any cost. Nobody should take UP voters for granted; they know everything about politics.”

Chaudhary further added that Uttar Pradesh has seen huge development under Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and the government did a lot for the people in the last five years of Samajwadi rule.

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Samajwadi leader also mentioned that Modi’s blame-game has no base and if he (Modi ) thinks that holding a top position at the national level will have an impact on states then he is mistaken.

He further said that the Prime Minister has no regret for lying to the people and people of Uttar Pradesh have been noticing everything very deeply and there is no place for religious division in UP.

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