Chandrashekhar Azad lashes out at Yogi government, says 'CM should resign'

Pune: BHIM Army founder Chandrashekhar Azad alias Ravan lashed out at the Yogi government during a press conference in Pune, Maharashtra. Recently, he alleged that the Uttar Pradesh government has failed to deal with corona, which has claimed 50 lakh lives. As a result, the Chief Minister has no right to sit in the chair and should resign. In fact, Chandrashekhar Azad visited Pune last Saturday. Talking to reporters about the condition of corona patients in Uttar Pradesh, he said, "BJP won power in Uttar Pradesh by getting backward classes votes but made the upper class chief minister sit there. The number of coronas is increasing, but the Chief Minister is not working on the health system. ''

Moreover, he said, "His focus was on elections in Bihar, Assam, Bengal, Kerala. Meanwhile, 50 lakh patients died of corona. But these figures have been concealed by the Government. So, the Government has no right to remain in power. It is not death but killing of civilians. The bodies were seen flowing in the Ganges. ''

At the same time, on the issue of OBC reservation, the founder of BHIM Army spoke on bjp's agitation across Maharashtra and said, "These are BJP people who are looting reservation all over the country and marching on double standards in Maharashtra. There is a difference between what they say and what they do. SC-ST, OBC people should be careful with BJP. '

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