Samajwadi Party a 'one family party' sans ideology: BJP MP
Opposition BJP MP Daddan Mishra has hit out at the ruling Samajwadi Party terming it as a "one family party".
Balrampur: Opposition BJP MP Daddan Mishra has hit out at the ruling Samajwadi Party terming it as a "one family party".
Addressing mediapersons last night here, the Shrawasti MP said the SP "neither has an ideology nor organisation" and it is a "party of a family".
"SP is neither a political party nor an organisation. It is like (there are) terrorist and Maoist organisations in Kashmir and Nepal, similarly there is Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh," Mishra told reporters here.
He also attacked the Samajwadi Party over the candidates it announced on Tuesday for Rajya Sabha polls, including Amar Singh, Beni Prasad Verma and controversial Lucknow-based builder Sanjay Seth.
"Those raising slogans of 'samajawd' (socialism) have nothing to do with it...When it comes to sending leaders in Rajya Sabha and Vidhan Parishad they prefer capitalists," he added.
Mishra said the state government is "creating hindrance" in developmental projects to "defame" the Centre.