Mayawati lashes out at Akhilesh, says SP doesn't trust its local leaders

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh's political turmoil has increased even before upcoming assembly elections. BSP supremo Mayawati has once again attacked SP national president and former CM Akhilesh Yadav amid speculation that expelled MLAs from bahujan samaj party (BSP) will join samajwadi party (SP).

Mayawati tweeted on Thursday that 'the SP's condition has deteriorated to such an extent that even former MLAs and small workers who have been expelled from another party and have become ineffective in their region have to join the party several times to remain in the media day after day,' Mayawati wrote in her next tweet. 'It seems that the SP chief is no longer trusting his local leaders, while investigating other parties, especially the SP, only the right people are included in the BSP day in and day out by the local BSP leaders, which is well known.'

Earlier on Wednesday, Mayawati had tweeted, "The Samajwadi Party, which specializes in the narrow politics of heinous manipulation, hatred and casteism, etc., has been accused of publicising the media that some BSP MLAs are breaking down and going to the SP, while they were suspended from BSP for defeating the son of a Dalit in the Rajya Sabha elections because of connivance with the SP and an industrialist long ago. It's done".

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