Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati today took to Twitter to accuse Congress of encouraging ‘communal forces’ within the country by weakening the voices which are speaking out against the said ‘communal forces’.
कांग्रेस पार्टी की दोग़ली नीति की वजह से ही देश में ’‘साम्प्रदायिक ताकतें’’ मजबूत हो रही है, क्योंकि कांग्रेस पार्टी साम्प्रदायिक ताकतों को कमजोर करने के बजाय, इसके विरूद्ध आवाज उठाने वाली ताकतों को ही ज्यादातर कमजोर करने में लगी है। जनता सावधान रहे।
— Mayawati (@Mayawati) September 18, 2019
“Because of duality of Congress, the ‘communal forces’ within the country are getting strengthened because instead of weakening these forces, Congress is weakening the voices which are speaking out against such forces. Public should beware,” she said.
It seems like the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister is finding it tough to digest that all her six MLAs in Rajasthan have jumped BSP to join Congress again. They had done the same earlier in 2009 during Ashok Gehlot’s government as well. Yesterday also she went on a rant on Twitter accusing Congress of being anti-Dalit.
Mayawati, who after the 2018 assembly elections in Rajasthan, had declared that her party will stay out of government but will give outside support, has taken to Twitter to unleash her acrimony at the Congress party. Notably, BSP continues to support the Kamal Nath-led Congress Government in Madhya Pradesh with its two MLAs.
Amusingly, in recent past, the BSP supremo has been quite vocal about her repugnance towards the grand old party. She had recently slammed the Congress party and former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru blaming them to be the root cause of Jammu and Kashmir problems.
Earlier too, Mayawati had, slammed the Congress and opposition parties over their attempted visit to Kashmir. Criticising their intention behind the visit Mayawati stated that the opposition leaders should rather have waited and given the government some time to normalise the situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Notably, during the Karnataka crisis, the BSP supremo had snubbed the Congress-JDS coalition and asked lone BSP MLA to abstain from the trust vote.