dglobalnews.com Modi faces major test in Uttar Pradesh polls
Published: Sun, February 12, 2017
Medical | By Benjamin Edwards

Modi faces major test in Uttar Pradesh polls

Modi faces major test in Uttar Pradesh polls

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday took a swipe at Narendra Modi, saying the Prime Minister liked "peeping into others' bathrooms".

The Congress Vice President also said that the Prime Minister will get a "jolt" once the results of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are out.

The various party leaders have also promised development, with Mr Yadav, who had promised bicycles and laptops in earlier elections, this time offering young people free smartphones. "In order to save UP, the voters must reject them", he said.

The northern state voted overwhelmingly for Modi's Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2014 general election, powering him to victory over the Congress Party that has dominated Indian politics since independence.

"If BJP loses, it would be its second major defeat since the 2015 election in Bihar state, which will prove that forming smart alignments with regional parties to beat the BJP works".

"PM and BJP should not mislead people and come forward and tell what they have given to the state which has elected all prominent NDA leaders", Akhilesh said.

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Pandit Ram Kumar, who sits outside BJP State office, wants the party to form the Government but his astrological calculations are not indicating such a scenario.

Addressing Yadav and Gandhi as 'do kumbe', the PM advised the people to stay away from the Congress and the Samajwadi Party, saying that they had looted UP and India. In the last 70 years, those who have misused the laws and Constitution have mired the country in corruption.

Both Modi and Gandhi - scion of the family that has dominated the party for generations - have their seats in Uttar Pradesh, underscoring the importance of the electorally pivotal state.

Among various steps taken by Mr. Modi, demonetisation policy is the leading factor in deciding the fate of BJP in the nation's most populous state, Uttar Pradesh.

The Commission also said that the voting figure may change as final compilation is yet to be done. But Yadav junior won the duel, and has since forged an alliance with India's main opposition Congress party.

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