Mayawati condemns Amit Shah’s animal remarks, says BJP has hit a new low under Modi-Shah leadership

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A day after BJP president Amit Shah compared opposition parties to snakes and mongoose, cats and dogs, BSP chief Mayawati on Saturday condemned the “unparliamentary” and “sanghi” language used by Shah, saying that in the leadership of Guru-Chela (Modi and Shah), the saffron party has hit a new low.

In a statement released by her party’s Lucknow office, the BSP supremo said that a similar language was used by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during the Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha by-polls and the people taught them a hard lesson by using their own whip. “In the arrogance of power, BJP is making a mistake of taking the public as a flock of fools. Though the sane public is repeatedly disowning them before the Lok Sabha elections,” she said.

“A similar kind of dishonouring, controversial and inferior “sanghi” language was used by the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath during the Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha by-polls. For which the common public taught them a strong lesson using a whip. Even after that, the top leadership of the BJP does not seem to be leaving their “criminal mindset” and “sanghi way and character”… which the public is not going to overlook,” Mayawati said.

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