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Rahul slams opposition parties of partisan attitude

Congress Party MP from Amethi Rahul Gandhi today accused parties like Samajwadi Party, BJP and BSP for having partisan attitude towards people.

Maharajganj (UP), May 4 : Congress Party MP from Amethi Rahul Gandhi today accused parties like Samajwadi Party, BJP and BSP for having partisan attitude towards people.

Addressing people here, Rahul said, "The politicians and the leaders who have been at the helms of affair in Uttar Pradesh have partisan attitude. They look at different parts of the state and people in different manner. They look at every individual differently, considering who belongs to their caste, their religion etc."

"Development can't come to Uttar Pradesh until all are equal in the eyes of the government and the administration," he added.

Slamming the incumbent government in the State for not doing enough for weavers, he said, "Look at the situation of the weavers, they are in a pathetic condition and still the state government never thought about them. What is it doing? When there was a problem with the sugarcane farmers of the state, I had to take the issue up in the Parliament."

During the day, he visited Bhattparani, Deoria, Rudrapur, Ghosi, Paniyara and Pharenda.

ANI

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