Keshav Prasad Maurya lashes out at Akhilesh, saying 'does not know difference between coriander and carrot leaf'

Mainpuri: Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya recently reached the Mainpuri district of Uttar Pradesh. As soon as he reached here, he said, "Former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, who talks about farmers and agricultural law, will not be able to tell the difference between coriander and carrot leaves." Along with this, he also said that today the opposition does not have any issue, hence efforts are being made to make agriculture law an issue. The SP also wants to serve its political loaves under the guise of agricultural legislation. Apart from this, he also said in his address, 'SP talks first of the person, then the party and then the country and the state.'

BJP first talks about the country and the state, then the party, and then the person. In his address, he counted the achievements of the Central Government and said, 'Kashmir belongs to India. Now there will be a talk on PoK from India only.' In a conversation at a marriage in Kharpari, Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya claimed that this time the BJP will bring 200 seats in the West Bengal assembly elections. The people there want to change.

The people of West Bengal are with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP. Apart from this, he also made his case on the murder case of Rinku Sharma in Delhi. He said, 'The law will punish the killers. Also, Lord Ram will not spare the killers. Further, he also said, 'The central government is not against the farmers. Our government is in favor of the farmers. Some people are conspiring against the government by calling themselves, farmers.'

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