Lucknow: Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Monday said that despite China making forays into the Indian territory frequently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has maintained a "mysterious silence".
"Nation's boundaries are not safe. China has been making frequent forays into our territory but Prime Minister Narendra Modi has pinned up his mouth which has in turn encouraged China," he said.
Yadav was here to pay floral tributes to Nathoo Singh ,his political mentor, on his 29th death anniversary.
The SP leader said the death of first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru was not because of any ailment but due to shock of Chinese invasion.
Yadav said Modi captured power in the Lok Sabha elections "misguiding" people who got swayed by his "false promises and rosy propaganda".
"Modi had claimed during the election campaign that he will bring back black money and provide jobs to the unemployed, but nothing has been done so far to fulfil his promises," he said.
Patting UP Chief Minister Akhlesh Yadav, he said the SP government was doing good work giving boost to economic avenues and infrastructure to ensure economic growth of the state.
He said the state government has taken up various development prgrammes and schemes to help uplift the poor and the down trodden.