01-15-2015, 08:01 PM
Lucknow: attempt to BJP, to celebrate the birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh did not go down well with the Rashtriya Lok Dal, the party led by his son Ajit Singh.
On the occasion of birthday Charan Singh, the BJP organized celebrations in several areas of the western part of the State of Uttar Pradesh.
In Amroha, a BJP rally was organized a massive farmer 21 December in honour of Charan Singh and attended Union Minister Sanjeev Baliyan.
The BJP and RLD shared an uneasy relationship with Ajit Singh, a Minister in the previous Government, was asked to release the UPA government has reserved for him, after losing his Lok Sabha seat.
While Mr. Singh paid tribute to their father at Kisan Ghat in Delhi, the State of the Bloc Party have raised doubts about the real intentions of the BJP.
The President of the State unit of the RLD in Munna Singh Chauhan told NDTV, "BJP has no right to speak about Chaudhary Sahab. At Kisan Ghat, each year the Ministry of urban development is used to Mark 23 and 29 December March (anniversary of the death of Chaudhary Charan Singh), but that the new Government has stopped that. So how did the party of Chaudhary Sahab? "
Earlier, in Lucknow, tensions between the two sides was tangible when members of both parties pushed each other to Garland the statue of the leader of the Vidhan Sabha.
But the BJP denies that the events on the occasion of the anniversary of Charan Singh has nothing to do with the votes of Bank policy, and said that they were only following the lead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in celebration of national icons.
Vijay Pathak, a BJP spokesman, said: "those who have narrow minds think so. Great leaders do not belong to any political party. "
This is not the first time the BJP is accused of attempting to hijack the political heritage of the leaders of the other parties. In November the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the cleanliness week in schools across the country to celebrate the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru 14 November, causing a lot of heartburn in Congress.