New Delhi:  Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath stated that a ‘Nandi’ (bull) had gone to the Samajwadi Party’s rallies to give them a fitting lesson. Addressing a rally in Kushinagar district, UP CM said, “Nandi (bull) is going to SP’s rallies and asking “where are the friends of butchers?” saying it’ll give them a lesson.”

He added, “I said to Nandi baba, elections are going on, MCC is in place, please spare them at this time, you can continue your work after elections.”

The statement comes in the wake of the incident last month when a bull entered a rally of Samajwadi chief Akhilesh Yadav.  Yogi Adityanath had earlier said, “I was recently in Kannauj where the people told me a bull had entered the venue of ‘gathbandhan’ rally, probably to find out which of the slaughterhouse operators were there and to treat them accordingly.”

On Sunday, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister had accused the Samajwadi Party, Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress of looting public resources and building big bungalows for themselves using government funds.

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Addressing election rallies in Kushinagar, Ghosi and Gorakhpur, Adityanath claimed that the SP-BSP-RLD alliance was worried after seeing India “growing and developing” each passing day.

“The SP, BSP and the Congress have looted the resources of the public. They never built houses for the poor, but made sure to build their big bungalows using government funds,” Adityanath said. “These parties have never done any work in public interest. They kept the public in dark because thieves do not like full-moon night.”

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader took a jibe at SP chief Akhilesh Yadav and said: “When the Supreme Court had ordered (Akhilesh) to vacate the bungalow, ‘babua’ stole the government tap (from the vacated house). He had misused the government funds during his tenure too.”

Without taking any name, Adityanath said a broker was already locked in jail. “In the same way, many other brokers will be behind the bars soon. Terrorists will also be eliminated from the country in the future,” he said.

The chief minister appealed to the people to reject those who play the “politics” of caste and creed. “We made sure to free 54,000 hectares from the land mafia who were nurtured during the tenures of the SP and the BSP. We took initiatives to construct schools, hospitals and cow shelters.”

Adityanath said the slogans of “Modi hai to mumkin hai” (If there’s Modi, its possible) and “phir ek baar, Modi sarkar (once again, Modi government) were “echoing” across India.

(With agency inputs)