BSP supremo Mayawati on Saturday said Muslims “should not get confused” and vote unitedly in favour of her party to keep communal forces at bay.
“If the Muslim electorate really want to keep communal forces out of the power, they must vote unitedly in favour of the BSP candidates,” Mayawati said while addressing an election rally here.
While making an apparent reference to Congress candidate Salman Khurshid, she said without getting confused, Muslims should vote in favour of BSP.
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Mayawati criticised BJP leader Narendra Modi and warned that if he becomes the prime minister, the country would in the throes of communal animosity, which would be dangerous.
Attacking the Congress, she alleged that it was due to its wrong policies that inflation and unemployment were increasing.