Bahujan Samaj Party Chief Mayawati called out on the BJP-Shiv Sena and BJP-AIADMK alliance as a result of fear and sheer helplessness.

Mayawati tweeted:
(Originally in Hindi)
Does the BJP's move to strike an alliance in Bihar and then in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu - in absolute helplessness and on its knees - indicate its strong leadership? In reality, the BJP is so afraid of the SP-BSP alliance that it is now running from pillar to post to form alliances,"
She said that no matter what BJP does now, the population of 130 crore people will not spare them for their anti-poor, anti-farmer anti-worker policies and will demolish their arrogance and won't vote them back to power.
In Mid-February, she called out at the government after her ally, Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav wasn’t allowed to go to Allahabad University for a youth event.
She took to Twitter to express her dismay:
"Is the BJP government at the Centre and in Uttar Pradesh so afraid of BSP-SP alliance that it is resorting to anti-democratic methods to curb our political activities?

BJP either hasn’t wasted any opportunity at hitting out the accusations.
Earlier this month, BJP chief Amit Shah mocked the grand alliance saying that if it wins the general elections, Mayawati will be the PM on Monday, Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday, Deve Gowda on Wednesday, Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday, Stalin on Friday and lastly Sharad Pawar on Saturday.
While addressing a meeting of the BJP booth workers, Amit Shah had said that the coalition, which opposes BJP and Modi is deprived of leadership, principles, and policy.