BSP to use blackmoney during election: SP
SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav said if SP was voted to power, it would institute an inquiry into "scams" during the BSP regime.
Lucknow: The Samajwadi Party on Sunday alleged
the BSP government in Uttar Pradesh was most corrupt and would
use blackmoney to woo voters during upcoming assembly election
in the state.
"The present government in the state is most corrupt.
Crores of rupees were siphoned off in the name of
construction of parks and memorials and this blackmoney will
be used to win election," SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav told
party workers here.
He said if SP was voted to power, it would institute an
inquiry into "scams" during the BSP regime.
Urging party workers to shun differences and ensure
victory of party candidates, Yadav said their only aim should
be to form SP government in the state.