BJP vs BSP: Gadkari vows to uproot Maya's 'gundaraj' from UP

Nitin Gadkari
Lucknow, May 24: Mayawati reigns in Uttar Pradesh uninterruptedly for several years. The state is now getting ready for its upcoming assembly election. All political parties have already tightened their belts to increase their vote banks and the BJP too is not an exception.

Hurling its attack on UP Chief Minister Mayawati and her party BSP, BJP president Nitin Gadkari said, "The party (BJP) will continue its ongoing agitation against 'bhaya, bhook, bhrastachar' (fear, hunger and corruption)."

Citing the recent "drama" over the farmers in the state, Gadkari vowed to uproot Mayawati's "gundaraj" completely from the state. The ruling UPA government could not escape Gadkari's criticism.

Taking a hand on Congress and Rahul Gandhi, Gadkari said that "aam admi" pays the misrule of the government over price rise, multiple scams which have marred the image of the nation.

The BJP president also claimed that the party (BJP) soon will launch a campaign at grass root level to make people aware of the wrongdoing of UP and Centre government.

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