Lucknow: In the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh, the war of words between the leaders of political parties seems to be intensifying. On January 25, CM Yogi Adityanath has attacked Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav in gestures through social media. CM Yogi wrote that when he was in power, he did not do anything and now everyone is wearing 'Tarkas' at the time of elections.
CM Yogi wrote in his tweet, 'There is a saying - "Don't hold on, walk around wearing a tarkas..." This is the condition of the entire opposition! If you stay in power, don't do anything, now everyone is wearing 'Tarkas' at the time of elections. On the other hand, on Koo, an Indian social media app, he retorted on Akhilesh Yadav's statement about Pakistan and wrote, 'Those who do not think Pakistan is an enemy, Jinnah seems to be a friend. What can be said about his education-initiation and vision. They call themselves socialists, but the truth is that 'tamanchaism' is running in their veins.
Akhilesh Yadav, referring to Pakistan in an interview, said that Pakistan is not the real enemy of India. BJP calls him an enemy for votes. Akhilesh further said that our real enemy is China, while Pakistan is a political enemy. On Monday, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra in Lucknow demanded an apology on the SP chief's statement and said that one who loves Jinnah, how can he deny his love for Pakistan.