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Akhilesh Yadav: Akhilesh furious at GST on milk, curd, strong mockery over government decision before Janmashtami



Lucknow: National Samajwadi Party Chairman and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has moved to place daily items under GST control. Recently, after the meeting of the GST Council, it was decided by the central government to place the essential items under the purview of GST. Food products were placed under the GST for the first time. Akhilesh has been a consistent attacker on these issues. Now it has attacked in a different way by subjecting milk, curds and buttermilk to the GST. Before Janmashtami, when talking about injuries to Krishna devotees, he is seen trying to worship a large part.

Akhilesh Yadav tweeted a scathing attack on the GST milk and curd case on Thursday. He started the tweet with Lord Krishna ki Jai. In his tweet, Akhilesh wrote that just a month before Janmashtami, BJP government hurt Krishna devotees by imposing GST on milk, curd and buttermilk. Hurt by this, Krishna devotee asks if he is now drinking buttermilk even after burning milk, milk water, water water, bathing in milk, idioms like curdling in the mouth will also have to pay the GST?

Akhilesh’s attack has a different meaning
Thanks to Akhilesh Yadav’s tweets, different meanings of the attack began to be used in political circles. He took a different approach to the attack by talking about the BJP government instead of the central or state government. The BJP is doing Hindutva politics. He talks about Lord Rama. In such a situation, Akhilesh Yadav is seen trying to bring a large vote bank of the Hindu class to the issue of inflation by linking the whole matter with Lord Krishna. By the way, Akhilesh Yadav has spoken about Lord Shri Krishna many times.

Akhilesh had claimed to have been blessed with victory in the 2022 UP elections in Lord Krishna’s dream. There was a tight mockery from the BJP about it. Now on the issue of inflation, Akhilesh is trying to connect with people through Lord Krishna.