Ghaziabad, Mar 29: BSP leader Nasimuddin Siddiqui today alleged Samajwadi Party and BJP were responsible for inciting communal riots in Uttar Pradesh for "political benefits".
Talking to media during a party function in Muradnagar town, the National General Secretary of BSP said more than 300 communal riots were fanned by BJP and SP for their political benefits in the state. He accused the Akhilesh Yadav government for "ruining" the state.
"The present SP government has ruined the state. The law and order is shattered. Land mafias are grabbing government land.
The graph of loot, dacoity and rapes is rising day by day," he said. Siddiqui said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had painted a rosy picture during the parliamentary elections to lure voters.
His slogan 'Achhey Din aa gaye' has gone with the wind and black money could not be retrieved from foreign banks, he said. Siddiqui outrightly rejected the possibilities of BSP entering into alliance with any other party for the 2017 Assembly polls in UP.