Etawah, Aug 16 : Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party Government of spreading hatred among people and dividing them, following the British 'divide and rule' policy.
The SP president said that during elections, BJP leaders practised a politics of 'jealousy, spread hatred and assumed power'.
Before returning to Lucknow from his ancestral village Saifai on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, Yadav said the Samajwadi Party was in great need of discipline and training today. He said it had come to his notice that one party worker was posing hurdles in the way of another if the latter wanted to meet the senior or big leaders of the party and added that they needed to stand clear of this nature and give due chances to other party workers as well.
Yadav said if the opposing camps had to be defeated, the party needed to work in a better manner. Earlier, people had jobs in, but today, the government had made the reservation process so difficult that people had to toil hard for getting jobs.
Slamming the BJP government, he said the politics of lies and deceit was at its zenith today. (UNI)