Jhansi: Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, who reached Jhansi, attacked the uncle-nephew, said – the picture is yet to come…


Jhansi: Uttar Pradesh’s Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya is in the headlines these days. It is being told that they are taking stock of the preparations by visiting different districts of the state. In this sequence, the Deputy CM had recently started the Village Chaupal. Keshav Prasad Maurya reached Jhansi in a conference due to the Allahabad Jhansi teacher election 2023 for the Legislative Council member. Here he addressed the gathering and requested to vote in support of BJP candidate Dr. Babulal Tiwari. Here he also talked to journalists. During this, he made sharp attacks on other opposition parties including Samajwadi Party.

The Deputy CM tweeted about this program and said that the changes that have taken place in the Modi-Yogi double-engine government so far are visible. The complete picture of development is yet to emerge. After teacher elections, and municipal elections, after that you will have the opportunity to form Modi’s government again which will give direction to the country.

Fiercely attacked SP, BSP, and Congress 
Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, who reached Jhansi, fiercely attacked SP, BSP, and Congress. He said that at this time the whole country is standing in favor of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The leaders of SP, BSP, and Congress have gone berserk due to the increasing support of people towards the BJP. The public understands who has looted them. During his rule there were hooliganism and riots. Who did corruption and who is doing development? He further said that the right decision regarding political parties is taken in the public court. The verdict has come from the people’s court 4 times. If they (opponents) still do not understand, then the fifth decision will come again in the 2024 elections. 

Commenting on Akhilesh Shivpal,
Deputy CM said on the question asked on Akhilesh Yadav and Shivpal Yadav that these uncle and nephew were one. He was also one in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and also in the 2017 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. Whereas, they separated in 2019 and united in 2022. These people save their families only, that is enough.