Lucknow: The National President of The Samajwadi Party (SP) and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday launched the party's membership drive. Giving a membership to some of the leaders who had contested at the Lucknow-based party headquarters, the SP chief said the party is preparing to reach out to the city, village and door-to-door. Commenting on Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak expressing his displeasure over the transfer of doctors, Akhilesh Yadav hit out at CM Yogi Adityanath. He said that it seems that someone is operating this government from behind.
Akhilesh further said that the government is counting the achievement of 100 days, but they should tell the achievement of 5 years and 100 days. Akhilesh said that the poll of the biggest achievement was opened when his Deputy Chief Minister left Lucknow and went somewhere and when he returned, it was found that he was transferred without asking him. That's the achievement of a hundred days. These are the deputy CMs who conducted the most raids.
Akhilesh further said that, if we look back, wherever we went, wherever shortcomings were seen, action has been taken by the Deputy Chief Minister on anyone, then tell me. This means that someone is running the government from behind. So the availability of 5 years and 100 days is that someone is running the government from behind.