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Akhilesh questions PM’s jibe on alliance in Meerut

Lucknow, Mar 28 (UNI) Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav was quick to react on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Sharab’ jibe aimed at the SP-RLD-BSP alliance while alleging that PM has wrongly spelt the word ‘Sharab’ to derive poll mileage.
” Today the tele-prompter has spelt wrongly the word ‘Sharab’ as these people had only promoted hatred in the society,” Akhilesh said in a tweet on Thursday.
He further said ,”BJP is showing the people a ‘dream’ for the past five years. And now when a new election has come, they are again in search of a new ‘Sarab’.”
The SP leader has questioned that the letter S of Samajwadi will mean Sarab while the Sharab is liquor hence the PM has spelt wrongly just to demean the opposition.
But on the other hand, BSP president Mayawati, has not made any comment on the PM’s jibe on the alliance.
She had commented through a tweet about how the EC has formed a committee to probe PM’s misuse of his position to address the nation on Wednesday.
“The EC has formed a committee to examine the content of PM’s address on Wednesday but the real issue is why & how the PM addressed the country without its prior permission. It is the gross misuse of power and machinery for the electoral benefits. EC must act in an exemplary manner,” Mayawati said.
Besides, she further said,” Previous experience proves that like disturbing law & order, BJP leaders are habitual offenders in violating Model Code of Conduct. And PM Modi again flouted poll norms by addressing the country without prior permission of EC though there was no such emergency. Hope the EC acts promptly.”

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