Will you think to vote for Akhilesh Yadav in UP? Read before you do so..

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Incompetencies of Akhilesh Yadav Government. A synopsis:

Poverty- According to Tendulkar committee 29.43% population of Uttar Pradesh is below the poverty line. However according to Rangrajan committee it can be as high as 39.8% below poverty line. BY the way all India average is 21.92% but UP has surpassed this figure.

But despite this the lavish offices and residence of Akhilesh Yadav has a different tale to tell 😉

Education- Uttar Pradesh have 58 universities in which 5 are central, 23 are state, 10 are Deemd and 20 are private. With 1 IIM, 2 IITs and MNREC Akhilesh Yadav government makes sure that the UP citizens do not avail the full benefit of this framework and make sure  that the literacy rate is below national average . UP is one of the backward states having literacy rate of just 69.72%with 29th place in India. Means among 100 bhaiya jis around you, 30 are uneducated, illiterate and cannot read or write in any language.

Now you all know why UPites are called Bhaiya Ji in other parts of India.. Bhaiya Ji bole to Akal-less Bhaiya 😉

Infrastructure- Infrastructure condition in state is worst among big and progressing states in India. Thanks to Central government that funded Chaudhri charan singh airport Lucknow and Lal Bahadur Shastri airport Varanasi international airport. Bridges in UP are actually made halfway and roads are constructed with big potholes to collect rain waters. Actually Akal less Bhaiya is an environmental engineer .. bole to Australia se. It is his vision to build roads with pot holes so that one can collect rain water for future use.. 😉 😉

Crime- Do I need to say anything 😉 Uttar Pradesh tops the list of crimes under this bahubali government. When girls are raped, son-father duo make statements like “Ladke hein ho hi jaata hain”.

Pathetic, I am in no mood to comment anything more on this

Economic Downfall- Uttar Pradesh is the lowest among the traditional BIMARU states (Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and UP) in this regard during the past nine years i.e. during 2004-05 and 2012-13, according to an ASSOCHAM study although UP’s share in terms of contribution to Indian economy has remained highest during the aforesaid period its share has dipped from 8.8 % as of 2004-05 to 8.1 % as of 2012-13. This is all again under the able guidance of Akl-Less bhaiya ji.

Agricultural downfall- According to a study titled ‘States Emergence: A comparative analysis of growth & development,’ conducted by The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) UP has acquired 15th position amid top 20 states in India with a mere 3.2 per cent compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) in agriculture and allied sector during the decadal period of 2004-05 and 2013-14.

Agriculture sector ko to baksh diya hota Bhaiya ji.

Power sector- Uttar Pradesh regularly experiences power crises because demand for electricity frequently exceeds supply significantly. Over the last 20 years power shortage has remained within the range of 10-15%, while shortages in periods of peak demand reaches at even higher levels. In 2013, even a gap of up to 43% opens up between the state’s demand and supply of electricity. As per figures presented in the Power Ministry’s review meeting in March 2014, the state’s projected demand for summer 2013-14 is 15,839 MW showing a gap of 6,832 MW. This results in poor and unreliable power supply with rampant power cuts and prolonged periods of low voltage. As a consequence industrial investment in Uttar Pradesh has been constrained, with industries preferring to locate themselves elsewhere.

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