Lucknow, June 10 (UNI) Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today warned party workers to beware of taking law into their hands as opposition parties were making all efforts to defame the 'Bahujan Samaj' government.
Ms Mayawati, while addressing the party legislators, ministers, MPs and other office bearers here at her official residence in view of the coming Lok Sabha polls, gave a clear directive to workers and leaders that no one is above the law and they should not take law into their hands. The CM gave the directives after refering the arrest of minister of state for fisheries Jamuna Nishad.
'' Opposition parties are now making all efforts to defame the government'', she said, adding in order to defeat the BSP in the Lok Sabha polls, couple of political parties were also trying to go for 'secret' alliance to counter the rising popularity of the BSP.
The CM, who had conveyened the meeting in view of the coming Lok Sabha polls, also asked the party leaders to make all efforts for winning the elections as done earlier in the assembly polls.
''To get a surprising result in the LS polls you should give your physical, mental and financial help to the party,'' she said.
Asking the party workers not to be afraid of the opposition charges, she said BSP would give them the reply in their language only.
Criticising Samajwadi party president Mulayam Singh Yadav's comment on criminals in the BSP government, she said he was only remembering his own previous cabinet. ''People want a positive politics from the opposition, but such a comment would certainly expose his own mental status,'' she added.
The CM said now her government has concentrated on the development of the state to provide a ' Uttam and Khushhal Pradesh' for the people.
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