New Delhi: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Friday said that her party’s alliance with Samajwadi Party (SP) would play a significant role in the Lok Sabha election 2019 results in Uttar Pradesh. Further, the BSP supremo slammed both the BJP and Congress party at a public rally held at Kasturchand Park ground in Maharashtra’s Nagpur on Friday.

Mayawati alleged that the BJP had failed to deliver even one-fourth of their poll promises. She added that the BJP only indulged in “jumlebazi” and “choukidari” slogans. Criticising the Modi government, the BSP leader claimed that the Indian citizens were suffering due to the BJP government’s “undeclared Emergency”. In a tweet on Friday, Mayawati said, “India suffered immensely under the Emergency imposed by the Cong govt of Indira Gandhi but the undeclared political & economic emergency of NOTEBANDI has made the lives of 130 crore people miserable causing huge unemployment. They now eagerly await to get rid of this BJP govt.”

The BSP leader also hit Congress by explaining that the party had lost in some states as they had delivered the wrong policies. She added that Congress would pay the price for the same in the upcoming elections. At an election rally in Tirupati conducted on Thursday, Mayawati lashed out at the Congress by saying that the party, which ruled the country for 70 years, had miserably failed to ensure social justice and empowerment of the weaker sections of the society. As a result, its rule had been rejected in many states and at the Centre as well, she added.

(With agency inputs)