Being leader doesn’t mean you mow down anyone with car: UP BJP chief

The UP BJP chief was addressing the party workers at the inaugural session of the state executive of the party’s minority front in Lucknow on Sunday evening.

“Elections should be won on basis of one’s conduct. Politics is about serving your society, your nation. There is no caste and religion involved. Being a political leader does not mean that you loot, it does not mean that you mow down anyone by your Fortuner. We are in this party to serve the poor. Politics is not a part-time job,” Singh said in what is now being seen as a direct indictment of Union minister Ajay Mishra Teni’s son, Ashish Mishra, who is the main accused in the incident.

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