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Modi wants to implement Gujarat model in India, but no one knows what it is: Akhilesh Yadav
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday said countrymen are not aware of Gujarat model at all which the BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi wants to implement after coming to power.
“Modi is trying to create an atmosphere in his favour through newspapers and TV channels. He says that Gujarat model would be implemented in the country but what is it, nobody knows,” Yadav said mocking at Modi during an election meeting here.
Saying the governments of other states are following UP government’s programmes, Yadav asserted that “Modi cannot distribute the number of laptops in five years, which the UP government distributed in one year.”
Charging the Congress-led UPA of pushing the country back in ten years of its rule, he said that country’s Prime Minister and Finance Minister are afraid of going amidst the people. Some ministers are also shying away from going into the elections, he said.
Holding the Congress and BJP responsible for the bad shape of affairs in the country, Yadav said that people, fed up of these parties, are now pinning their hopes on Samajwadi Party as it does not indulge in double talks.