New Delhi, May 11: Many political parties losing their steam, while BJP is continuing to increase its foothold across India. Frustrated by this many political parties are making several statement which is causing controversy now and then. The ex UP CM Akhilesh Yadav made yet another controversy when he questioned "We have seen martyrs from Bihar, UP, MP, Jharkhand and south Indian states, but why no martyrs from Gujarat?".
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav himself jumped into the mud by making an extremely controversial statement.
Akhilesh was speaking to the media person in Jhansi, where he accused the Prime Minister Narendra Modi of playing politics in the name of martyrs, Vande Matram and nationalism.
In the same flow, Akhilesh issued another statement: "If Modi can make so many false promises to win elections, then I offer Lohia Awas at Moon as my election promise for 2019 polls."
He also raised questions over the mutilation of Indian soldiers and government's silence on the incident.
"The Pakistani soldiers had beheaded Indian soldiers; they mutilated their bodies so badly.
Yadav added that "No one is debating or discussing on the mutilation. No one said which body parts were mutilated, No one debating on that".
Last month he made a huge controversy after raising questions on tourism ads of Gujarat which featured donkeys and Amitabh Bachchan.
The question lies how someone can start counting how many martyrs from which state. We all represent as a nation and a Indian soldier belong to a nation, not any particular state.
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