Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav supremo appears to have found a new poll issue ahead of the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, to be held early next year. With the election campaign expected to heat up going into the polls, Yadav was found outraging on social media about a fight between two bulls.
The video he shared was apparently from Gorakhpur. The video showed two bulls having a go at each other and inadvertently ended up entering a shop. Commenting on the matter, Akhilesh Yadav said, “Cities and villages of Uttar Pradesh are facing constant accidents and problems due to the terror of bulls and businessmen and villagers are suffering losses. Citizens have been left to their own and the BJP government is absent from the scene.”
गोरखपुर में अपना रंग दिखा रही है कुसंगति— Akhilesh Yadav (@yadavakhilesh) September 4, 2021
अब तो चौपयों ने भी अपना ली ठोंको नीति!
सांडों के आतंक से उप्र के शहरों-गाँवों में निरंतर दुर्घटनाएं-दिक़्क़तें हो रही हैं और व्यापारियों व ग्रामीणों का नुकसान हो रहा है। जनता को अपने हाल पर छोड़कर भाजपा सरकार गायब है। #नहीं_चाहिए_भाजपा pic.twitter.com/6XZwr8ojhz
The Samajwadi Party leader was also careful to add a hashtag that said ‘(we) do not want BJP Government’. The bizarre comment sparked mockery on social media where people made fun of the leader.
Lol i am like rolling on the floor and laughing…— Superstar Raj 🇮🇳 (@NagpurKaRajini) September 4, 2021
Tonti chor blaming Yogi for bulls fighting on the streets 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/hUYHPB24WS
People in UP vote for this guy https://t.co/sDAzQm8csO— Communal Bhau (@56Dbhau) September 4, 2021
Modi and Yogi due has created such a scenario where in Ex CM has no issue left to raise except this one. https://t.co/VnrYggYvuR— Atul Rana India first (@AtulRana15) September 4, 2021
Earlier, an ABP-CVoter survey had predicted that BJP would comfortably win the state elections to be held in 2022. The BJP alliance is expected to secure a 42 per cent vote share as per the survey figures. SP is a distant second with a vote share projection of 30 per cent vote, and BSP is slated to take third place with just 16 per cent vote. Under the helm of Gandhi-scion Priyanka Gandhi, the Congress party fails to make an impact yet again with just a 5 per cent projected vote share.
The BJP is expected to comfortably cross the majority mark with a projected 259-267 seats out of the total 400 seats, according to the poll. On the other hand, Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party may get 109-117 seats to emerge as the principal opposition party.