Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav also alleged the BJP is indulging 'in politics of lies, is instilling fear and hatred, and the SP is imparting training to its workers to tackle this'.
He said instead of hatred and non-confidence, society, state and the country should be strengthened with mutual love and confidence.
Directions have been issued to party workers accordingly, the Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said on Saturday.
The High Court on October 13 last year had granted bail to Azam Khan's wife, Tazeen Fatma, an Uttar Pradesh assembly member from Rampur and their son Abdullah Azam Khan, a former MLA.
Yadav alleged that the BJP had gained power through the "politics" of lies and hate.
Stating that farmers should not be ignored, Yadav said by accepting their demands, the pride of the nation will increase.
On the COVID vaccine, Yadav said that he has nothing against scientists and doctors, but has complaints against the government.
The raid was carried out on Wednesday following a directive from District Magistrate Kumar Prashant and we seized 550 sacks of rice.
Owaisi is on a visit to eastern UP districts to explore the possibility of expanding his alliance by roping in more parties.
The SP chief said if his party comes to power after the 2022 Assembly polls, it will make some special arrangement for protection of businessmen in the state.
Mohar Singh died of heart attack while protesting against the farm laws at the Ghazipur border in Ghaziabad.
He repeated that the SP is keeping its doors open for smaller parties and will take everyone along. He also referred to Bengal and accused the BJP of trying to break leaders away from other parties.
The leader of opposition in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly was speaking at a programme organised in Bisuali village.
Akhilesh Yadav's allegation prompted a rebuttal from UP BJP vice-president and party's in-charge of panchayat elections Vijay Bahadur Pathak.
Various farmers' organisations are protesting against the Centre's three new farm laws, terming the legislations as "anti-farmers".