The jibe came a day after Yadav at an event on Sunday said that all the legislators and members of parliament were neglecting the public and were busy taking kickbacks and commissions.
"The SP chief in the past too has made such statements against his own party leaders. He is the supreme boss of his party and should not merely speak about corruption but also act against his leaders," Bharatiya Janata Party's state spokesman Vijay Bahadur Pathak told.
At the time when ruling party leaders were facing graft charges, his remarks assume more significance, the BJP leader said, adding the SP chief must crack down on all such leaders.
Mulayam Singh Yadav said the face of villages can improve if public representatives work and develop their constituencies, but sadly most of them were busy in taking commissions.