"Problems could have been controlled and announcements given a formal shape if there would have been one chief minister. But there is one CM, one super CM and another CM-in-waiting," BSP state president Swami Prasad Maurya said. "Due to several CMs, the government is in a state of indecisiveness," he told reporters here. Maurya said even though SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav was giving 100 out of 100 to the CM, his son, Akhilesh Yadav on completion of 100 days, in reality the government has not done even a single work so far.
"The government has failed to resolve problems and in such circumstances has got out on zero. This government's journey of 100 days starts from zero and ends of zero," he alleged. He said the government had not been able to get its budget passed even 100 days after it was formed. "There is no question of any new development work until and unless the budget is passed," he said. Maurya even alleged that the SP government was trying to take credit of the work done during BSP regime.
"The SP government criticised the work done during BSP regime and levelled allegations, but gradually it is accepting decisions made earlier," he said. Maurya alleged that the 'impressive' promises on which SP rode to power have turned out to be farce. "The SP government promised unemployment allowance, laptops, tablet loan waiver, free power and water, but later went on the backfoot. Students, youths, farmers and public are feeling cheated," he alleged.