Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister and Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati has accused the central government of discriminating against farmers, Dalits and tribals.
Addressing the election rally here on Sunday, Mayawati said that the government of Narendra Modi at the centre exploits farmers of the country,  Dalits, tribals and religious minorities and discriminate them. 

He alleged that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is a casteist and communal party. She said that during this government, there was discrimination with the people of the reserved category regarding promotions in the jobs. Describing the Modi government as a government of "jamlabaji", Mayawati said that the turn of this government has come. The BSP chief attacked both the Congress and the BJP on the issue of corruption and said that while the case of Bofors was going on against Congress, the Modi government on the other hand also frankly involved in the Rafale aircraft deal.  

 Mayawati said that the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been a government of "jamalabaje", which provokes people's emotions. She said that the ban was imposed between the wrong economic policies of the government and half the incomplete preparations and the GST law has left millions of people unemployed and small industries closed. Poverty and unemployment have increased in the country.   

 At the same time, the Modi government is adopting arms like CBI, ED to stop the opposition parties. The people are working to trap people in false cases, which the previous Congress (Congress) government did too. On the promise of giving 72 thousand rupees to the poor according to the Congressional amount of Rs 6000 per month, he said that after the formation of the government of BSP, we have to work for every hand and provide jobs to unemployed people in government and non-government institutions. will do.