Amit Shah lashed out at SP-BSP in UP, told what is Akhilesh's NIZAM

Lucknow: Ahead of the next year's proposed assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is addressing an election rally in Aligarh, western UP today. Although earlier he had also held a rally in Moradabad. In his speech, Union Minister Amit Shah said that Samajwadi Party (SP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) ruled the state for 15 years and how was the condition of the state at that time.

Amit Shah further said that the elephants and cyclists in the state did not do any work other than filling the notes of corruption in the sacks. Attacking SP National President Akhilesh Yadav, Amit Shah, who is visiting the election state of UP, said that during the Akhilesh government there were 700 riots in the state and the rioters cannot even dare to create ruckus during the Yogi government in the state.

The Home Minister said that 'NIZAM' means rule. But for Akhilesh Yadav, it means something else. He said that for SP, N means 'Naseemuddin', I means Imran Masood, Z and A means Azam Khan and M means Mukhtar Ansari. He said that I want to ask the people of the state whether you want Akhilesh's NIZAM in UP or Yogi-Modi's development NIZAM?

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