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“You Could Be From RSS, BJP”: Akhilesh Yadav To Doctor Who Interrupted His Visit

Former Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav was visiting the victims of the Kannauj bus accident when a doctor tried to interrupt him.

Kannauj, Uttar Pradesh| Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav was visiting the victims of Kannauj bus accident when a doctor tried to interrupt him. Akhilesh Yadav was seen on camera lashing out at the doctor. “You could be from the RSS… you could be from the BJP… you don’t have to explain to me what they are saying.”, Akhilesh told the doctor. The former Chief Minister was visiting the patients and families who suffered in the recent bus accident that killed around 20 passengers.

In a video released by news agency ANI, Akhilesh was seen interacting with patients who told that they had not received any compensation. When a doctor tried to interrupt the conversation, Akhilesh told him to leave the ward.

“You don’t speak… you are a government man… I know. You don’t have to explain anything to me about what they are saying. You don’t speak because you are a government servant.”, Akhilesh told the doctor.

Yadav seemed to have taken an offense on the doctor’s interruption while one family was complaining to Akhilesh about not receiving the compensation.

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“You are a very junior officer… a very small worker. You could be from the RSS… you could be from the BJP. You can’t tell me what they are saying… you don’t have to speak on behalf of the government. Step back… step further back. Go away from here…” Akhilesh further added.

The concerned doctor later said that he was trying to correct the family member’s claim of not receiving compensation

“I was standing there because I am their attending officer. When the patient’s family members claimed that they did not receive their compensation, I tried to clarify that they have received the cheque.”, the doctor said.

Samajwadi Party had declared a compensation of  Rs.20 lakh to the families of the deceased.

UP CM Yogi Adityanath had earlier declared a compensation of Rs. 2 lakh for the deceased’s families and Rs. 50,000 for injured passengers.


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