Lucknow, Sep 25 (UNI) Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav today said BSP supremo Mayawati was the biggest land mafia in the country and should be held accountable for 'looting' the state exchequer under her rule in Uttar Pradesh.
''The BSP supremo had collected several thousand crore of rupees through extortion and the entire state machinery as the BSP party had only been engaged in raising funds,'' he said.
Addressing a 'Samajwadi Kushwaha Maharally' here, Mr Yadav said the state government had been insensitive when the floods were wreaking havoc and no compensation was given even to the dalits.
''Some relief materials were distributed only when the SP leaders went to the affected areas,'' Mr Yadav added.
Exhorting the SP supporters, including the Kushwaha and other communities -- Saini, Shakya and Maurya communities -- the former UP CM said they would fight for their rights and go for non-violent agitation to force the government to consider their demands.
''Dalits are those who do not have political or administrative rights. Now we are all dalits as we are out of power. In the present circumstances, it appears that social status of the Brahmins will be reduced to OBCs and the OBCs will turn into Dalits as reservation has now been extended in promotions in government services,'' he commented.
Taking serious exception to the demolition of the cycle track at the Lohia Path in the state capital by the BSP government, Mr Yadav said ''I am very angry and over 1,000 SP supporters reached the spot. I want to warn the CM that don't try to browbaet the socialists as she will be held accountable for each and every stone being used in various memorials and gardens,'' he said, adding that when SP would come to power, we would give her a befitting reply by bulldozing the structures constructed by the present state regime.
Earlier, tension had broke out at the Lohia path when Public Works Department (PWD) started demolishing the railings of the cycle track. However, on the opposition of the SP, these railings were restored at the same place by the PWD.
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