Though it is largely being predicted that UP is going to witness a hung assembly and in that condition Congress and Samajwadi Party (SP) could form a coalition government in the state. But addressing the poll rallies in Shahjahanpur, UP SP chief Akhilesh Yadav has called his presumed post-poll ally Congress, more dangerous than SP’s arch rival and state’s ruling party BSP.

Addressing the people at a rally, the state SP chief alleged that about half a dozen officials of state family welfare department were killed at the behest of the BSP leadership in a bid to destroy the evidences of NRHM scam. But Congress leaders allegedly gulped Rs 176 thousands crore in 2G scam.

Yadav addressed public rallies in Tilhar, Kalan and Khutar to shine the poll prospects of his party candidates in these constituencies. Speaking about BJP’s poll prospects, the SP leader said, “BJP has stands nowhere in the race.”

Claiming that his party SP will form its government after the elections, Akhilesh Yadav appealed the people to give his party a clear mandate. He promised loan weaver, dole outs to the unemployed youth and implementation of the welfare schemes if his party was voted to power. He also slammed BSP regime in the state for misuse of public fund for the constructions of elephant statues and parks.

He said that the present regime has done no good to the people of the state and people are going to teach the BSP leadership a lesson in this election.