Akhilesh Yadav at this time stated surveys favouring the BJP in Uttar Pradesh have been “opium polls, not opinion polls”.
The Samajwadi Occasion chief pressed for a ban on the opinion polls proven on some TV channels within the run-up to the UP polls subsequent month.
“These aren’t opinion polls. These are opium polls. I ponder what’s the foundation on which these polls are completed… they’re making an attempt to mislead folks,” Akhilesh Yadav advised wantpassport in an interview.
“These folks do not ask the BJP about inflation or unemployment. Their candidates are being chased out of constituencies due to public anger. Their authorities occasions are poorly attended. They confirmed a Bengal flyover in UP. So what are they exhibiting in opinion polls?” Mr Yadav stated.
The BJP, he stated, was unable to marketing campaign and it had ready for digital rallies. “Their studios have been all prepared. Did they know the Election Fee would ban bodily rallies,” Mr Yadav questioned.
Uttar Pradesh will vote in seven phases from February 10. The outcomes will probably be declared on March 10.