Condemning the BSP for disrupting the Governors address,Samajwadi Party spokesman Rajendra Choudhary said the BSP members had no patience to listen and had tarnished the democratic fabric.
They do not have the courage to face the House. Their conduct reflects the values of their party. They are not able to digest that they have been ousted from power, said Choudhary.
He also said the behaviour of the BSP men was an insult to the public mandate given to the SP in the Assembly polls.
SP president Mulayam Singh Yadav,who met workers at the party office,said at least six months time should be given to the new government before judging its performance.
It is political courtesy, said Yadav,without making any reference to the BSP protest at the joint sitting of both Houses of the legislature. He said all promises in the SP manifesto will be fulfilled.