Agra News: Former cabinet minister Abhishek Mishra attacked BJP, told that the party dividing in the name of religion

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Khushbu Kumari Jha 15/11/2021 17:06 IST
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Former Samajwadi Party cabinet ministers Abhishek Mishra and Manoj Pandey reached Agra today. Here he held a press conference after attending many programs and attacked the BJP fiercely.

Agra News: Former Samajwadi Party cabinet ministers Abhishek Mishra and Manoj Pandey reached Agra on Monday to install the idol of Lord Parshuram and attend other programs. Here he discussed the preparations being made for the 2022 elections with the workers at the residence of SP leader Sachin Chaturvedi. At the same time, he also targeted the BJP government fiercely.

Abhishek Mishra and Manoj Pandey, who were ministers of Uttar Pradesh in the Samajwadi Party government, reached the residence of Samajwadi Party leader Sachin Chaturvedi in Agra. Here he organized a press conference at around 1:00 pm and targeted the BJP government fiercely. He said that the BJP government is a government dividing people in the name of religion. This government has always practiced the politics of lies and cheated the people by increasing inflation.

SP leaders said that we have come to Agra so that we can tell the people how BJP has cheated them by giving only false promises in the last 5 years and how the government led by Samajwadi Party national president Akhilesh Yadav formed in 2012. had opened a storehouse of schemes for them.

Former cabinet minister Abhishek Mishra said that ever since the BJP government was formed in Uttar Pradesh, the law and order situation has completely collapsed.He reminded that the former BJP governor Baby Rani Maurya even said that women should not go to the police station after 5 o'clock because somewhere they also know that women are not safe after sunset under BJP rule. ,

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