The 2014 Pre-Election phase saw the viral campaign of BJP, “Ache din aane waale hai” (Goods days are coming) just to see it vanish after the party was voted to power. This point was often highlighted by the opposition parties in their rallies. Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday poked fun at the BJP by asking if it will release its manifesto of "achhe din" after the elections.
Akhilesh took to Twitter to poke fun in Hindi:
"Vikas puch raha hai...Pradhanji ka acche din wala ghoshna patra kya chunav baad ayega? Is baar toh BJP wale ek-dusre se bhi nahi keh pa rahe 'acche din aane wale hain' toh janata se kya kahenge?
Translation:'Vikas' is asking if the prime minister's manifesto of 'achhe din' will come after the polls. This time even the BJP supporters are not able to say among themselves that 'acche din' is coming, so how will they say this to people?)"
Akhilesh is using hashtag #VikasPoochhRahaHai in his tweets to attack Modi on his development claims.