- Every time the election comes, along with the rhetoric of the leaders, the rhetoric also intensifies.
- In UP, the election campaign did not even start properly and the era of mud-slinging started.
- Tikait blacked Modi, Akhilesh to Yogi Chilamjeevi, Surendra Singh made indecent remarks
With the rhetoric of the leaders every time elections come, the rhetoric also intensifies. It seems that elections cannot be contested without humiliating or humiliating each other. In UP, the election campaign has not picked up pace yet and the era of mud-slinging has started. Talking about last Wednesday only, words like Chilamjeevi, Vulture and Kala were heard in the politics of UP. In such a situation, it is important that why such language is being used-
Tikait to PM was called ‘black’
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait, who reached Barabanki in UP, called Prime Minister Narendra Modi black for the country. Talking to the media on Wednesday, Tikait said that if all the three agricultural laws are black for farmers, Narendra Modi is black for the whole country. Agricultural laws will be removed after a year if not today.
Akhilesh calls Yogi ‘Chilamjeevi’
Samajwadi Party chief and former CM Akhilesh Yadav’s attack on BJP and Yogi government continues. Akhilesh Yadav, who reached Jalaun with Vijay Rath Yatra on Wednesday, commented on CM Yogi Adityanath saying that he does not know what is going on in UP, he is drinking chilam, he is a chilamjeevi. Akhilesh had earlier made controversial remarks on Yogi during the public meeting in Hamirpur, saying that Chilamjeevi kept running only bull and bulldore for four and a half years.
Indecent remarks by BJP MLA on Mayawati
BJP MLA from Bairia seat of Ballia district, Surendra Singh, who was always in discussion with his controversial statements, made indecent remarks on Mayawati. During a program on Wednesday, he used inappropriate language for the former CM. Expressing objection, BSP workers lodged a complaint against the BJP MLA at Ballia Nagar Kotwali.
BJP MP gave controversial statement on Rahul-Priyanka-Akhilesh
Former DGP and BJP Rajya Sabha MP Brijlal surrounded the opposition and called Rahul-Priyanka and Akhilesh as political vultures. He made this controversial statement regarding the Lakhimpur Kheri incident. In a BJP program in Bhadohi, Brijlal said for Rahul-Priyanka and Akhilesh, ‘Like vultures see meat, similarly they reach where they see votes, like political vultures. However, they will not get votes in spite of this.
Why do leaders become indecent?
Experts say that there is no doubt that the level of politics is continuously falling. Not only in the election rallies but also in the Parliament to the Legislative Assembly, many times they are seen throwing mud at each other using the word unparliamentary. The reason behind this is the lack of strict action on the leaders and the lax attitude of the Election Commission. At the same time, lack of eloquence with education, political skills and parliamentary language is also said to be the reason for this.