Yashwant and Shatrughan Sinha are bad omen for any party they support: UP deputy CM Dinesh Sharma
In view of their recent sharing the dais with former UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow, UP deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma resorted to making a personal attack on former union minister Yashwant Sinha and Shatrughan Sinha in a meeting with India Today.
Talking to India Today, he said that whoever these two people share the dais with, that person definitely loses the elections. Earlier too, they shared the stage with several assembly candidates and all those candidates could not even save their deposits.
Sharma denied any closeness between the BJP and Shivpal Singh Yadav and said that the allotment of Mayawati's bungalow to Shivpal Singh Yadav did not mean any political equation was forming between Shivpal and the BJP. Such allotments have been taking place before too, there was nothing new in it. Shivpal Singh Yadav is the president of Samajwadi Secular Front and a senior politician of UP, which was why he was allotted a government bungalow as per the established convention. Several other political leaders have been given similar allotments in the past and are continuing even today.
He said that the BJP is completely focussed on building the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, but the temple will be constructed only on the SC order or mutual understanding between the Hindu and Muslim communities. He said that the government has not forced any school to include the life of Lord Ram in its moral science curriculum and any school which feels to include the Hindu deity in its curriculum is free to do so.
Speaking on the Aligarh Muslim University issue, he said that some people live in India but they have a treasonous mentality in favour of another country. Such people are being sheltered by some political parties in the country, but the UP government has zero tolerance about these people, as is evident from the way the NDA government is routing terrorists from the entire Kashmir valley where these terrorists ruled the roost only a few years back.
He said that the government will take strict action against anyone who is found to be supporting anti-national elements in the guise of politics, so such people should beware of being involved in any such activities.