Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not concerned about poor and is only focused on capitalists, alleged Samajwadi Party on Thursday.
On a three-day-long ninth national convention of the Samajwadi Party, leader Shivpal Singh Yadav said, "The prime minister’s work is to serve the people of the country but the present prime minister when touring US or Japan, talks about trade and on coming back to the country talks about brooming."
Ponting out Modi’s act of brooming, which he did as part of the Clean India campaign, Yadav said, “He talks of snatching the work of the poor…this is a clever prime minister who speaks lie.” While speaking on the political and economical resolutions of the country, Yadav said that the party faces challenge from the cunning and capitalist people.
On Wednesday, Party President Mulayam Singh Yadav had questioned the silence of Modi government at the repeated Chinese intrusions. He said, “China is intruding again and again. Boundaries of the country are not safe, China has always betrayed India.” He then asked, “Why this government is mum on the issue of China?”
Meanwhile, Shivpal Singh Yadav urged party workers and leaders to take a resolve for making SP a national party. He said, "Go back from here with the firm resolve… if we who have such a big organisation, good policies and backing of the good work done by the state government since the past two years, all remain united no one can stop it from becoming a national party.”
He said that if leaders take initiative to take responsibility of each area, the mission will be success. "If the leaders, national ones and others come out and take responsibility of one district and area each, this target can be achieved," Shivpal said. According to reports, elaborating on the work done by the state government, Yadav said that the people want to get connected with the Samajwadi Party but, the need is to take the good work done by us and our policies to them."
However, Yadav warned the new entrants into the party of aspiring to get high posts and called for a change in this attitude. Yadav mentioned that the state government has also come down heavily on corruption and dishonesty. He said that “sometimes the officials do not listen to directives given to them and in such cases there is a need to tighten some screws."