Lucknow, May 28 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has assailed the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Uttar Pradesh and Congress-led UPA government at the Centre for being ''insensitive'' and eying the drought-hit Bundelkhand region for political motives.
UP BJP spokesperson Hridya Narayan Dixit today, in a regular briefing, said the Centre refused to give a special package to Bundelkhand and the Mayawati government within her capacity also did not provide any relief to the calamity victims.
However, the UP government started ''politicising'' the issue by condemning the UPA governemnt, he said.
Both the ruling parties were launching attacks on each other over the same, he added.
''Understanding the gravity of the situation, we, the opposition, took the responsibilty and handed over the detailed report of the Bundelkhand region to the UP governor,'' Mr Dixit said.
Besides, staging demonstrations at almost all the districts of Bundelkhand and the state capital, he asserted.
Accusing the governments of being ''insensitive'', Mr Dixit said entire country was worried over the dismal condition of the region, however, the BSP and Congress governments had not even given a room to the drought-hit region in its agenda.
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