Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav, on Sunday, while referring to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election rhetoric, said that PM’s language has changed because he (PM Modi) knows that his party (BJP) is lagging behind in all the four phases of the Lok Sabha elections held so far, reports ANI.

“PM’s language has changed because the BJP is lagging behind in the previous phases of elections. BJP can see no other way. They’re not talking about development, farmers’ income. PM just wants to mislead people. SP-BSP-RLD will decide who will form the government and be the PM,” said Yadav.

Yadav’s reference was apparently to PM Modi’s statement that the SP chief has entered a “secret alliance” with Congress and BSP supremo Mayawati has been kept in dark about this.

PM Modi, while addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Pratapgarh on Saturday had alleged that the SP was going soft on the Congress. “The SP is going soft on the Congress, but its alliance partner BSP chief Mayawati is attacking the Congress,” he had said.

“He (PM Modi) is a 180 degree PM. He does just the opposite of whatever he says. He is the PM of only 1% of the population. So he has this issue that how those in the favour of social justice are taking the nation towards a change.

“Unki (BJP) ginti bigad gayi hai (BJP’s calculations have gone wrong). They know they won’t be able to form the government so they’re taking the help of IT, CBI, ED. There was never a CBI raid on anyone after MCC came into effect. It’s the 1st government which wants to scare people even when elections are in full swing and the Model Code of conduct is in effect,” said Yadav.