Adityanath govt working on RSS agenda, Samajwadi Party alleges
The BJP government in Uttar Pradesh is working according to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's (RSS) agenda said senior Samajwadi Party leader on Sunday.
"The Yogi Adityanath government in UP is working as per the agenda of the RSS and as a part of this, is undertaking survey of Bangladeshi people living in the state," senior party leader Ram Govind Chaudhary told reporters.
"We believe in the principle of Vasudhaiv Kutumbkam (the world is one family) and by adopting this principle only, we live in peace and harmony," the Leader of Opposition in the state assembly said.
Chief Minister Adityanath had on October 12 directed police officials to launch a survey to identify foreign nationals staying illegally in the state and they be sent out.
He had also said that an intensive campaign should be conducted to check infiltration of suspicious elements from states sharing borders with UP.
Hitting out at the BJP government, Chaudhary today said, "A large number of Indians live in different countries across the world. What will happen if they are being pushed out?"
He added that this was a government "not of the common people".
Asked about Chief Minister Adityanath campaigning in Gujarat for the Assembly elections, Chaudhary said, "Both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and (BJP President) Amit Shah have failed in Gujarat. Apart from playing the Hindu card, the BJP has no other option."