"The forces which had claimed 'achche din aayenge (good days are to come)' have now drifted and lost their way to love jihad," he said.
The Chief Minister, who cast his vote here in the Mainpuri Lok Sabha bypoll, said, "I think people are supporting us . The forces which had taken help of wrong propaganda and made promises have not been able to fulfil them in 100 days," he said.
Yadav said people and the state want good roads, water, health services, employment and social and economic development.
The chief minister said he has already written several letters to the Centre for road, power and other requirements of the state.
"UP gave them (BJP) maximum seats and so should also get its share has it got it, you should analyse it, people are also analysing it," Yadav told reporters.