Poll figures indicate that had Congress been a part of 'gathbandhan' in Uttar Pradesh, it would have been more formidable impacting the outcome of at least 10 seats.
He said that the BJP governments both at the Centre and Uttar Pradesh have been a "failure" and a new India would be formed when the alliance gives a new prime minister to the country.
The chief minister addressed four rallies in Maharajganj, Fazilnagar, Pipraich and Jaitpur in eastern Uttar Pradesh, where polling for the Lok Sabha election will be held on the seventh and last phase
SP chief Akhilesh Yadav claimed that the PM had changed his tone as he had realised that the BJP was lagging after four phases of Lok Sabha elections
The chief minister was referring to a joint election rally of the 'mahagathbandhan' in Rampur, in support of Samajwadi Party's Lok Sabha candidate Azam Khan.
Reports suggest that Mulayam Singh Yadav was not too keen on attending Friday's rally as well but was cajoled by his son and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav
The SP chief, accompanied by BSP national general secretary Satish Chandra Misra, arrived here this morning to a rousing reception by party workers who had gathered in large numbers.
At the same time, she cautioned, opposition leaders too should not cross the line of decency and not give BJP an excuse to exploit public sentiment to hide its weaknesses.
Keshav Prasad Maurya expressed surprise over the BSP president Mayawati's silence over Azam Khan's remarks saying it is surprising that despite being a woman she has not uttered a word on the issue.
NIZAM, he explained, stood for Nasimuddin Siddiqui , Imran Masood, Azam Khan, Atique Ahmed and Mukhtar Ansari.
The UP Chief Minister said if SP-BSP-RLD alliance trusted only ‘Ali’, BJP had full faith on ‘Bajrangbali’
Chandrashekhar's appeal is being seen in the backdrop of Mayawati’s diatribe targeting Bhim Army chief calling him a BJP agent who wanted to divide the Dalit votes.
Yogi Adityanath did not even know how to take a dip at Kumbh, the former Chief Minister said.
She also warned people against trying national parties like Congress again and again. and promised voters employment instead of cash on coming to power at the centre.
The move has come as a jolt to SP’s Gorakhpur plans as Nishad community makes a formidable 15 per cent (3.5 lakh) chunk of the electoral population in Gorakhpur.