“In the coming elections, vote unitedly. Wherever you vote but vote unitedly. Today’s world is about vote. We will take revenge of the atrocities on Muslims in the elections,” said the Lucknow-based cleric.
Party sources said at least five members from the Yadav family are likely to contest the polls. Topping the list is Akhilesh. He is likely to contest from Bidhuna seat in Auraiya or Karhal in Mainpuri.
The “national solidarity conference” at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in Delhi on March 12 will be addressed by JUH chief Maulana Arshad Madani apart from representatives from Christian and Dalit community.
In coming days, the region will find itself amidst many saviours - opposition parties trying to project failure of the state government while ruling party claiming to have offered many sops eliminating the hardships of people.
The CM was peeved at recent insinuations that his party was “not concerned” about Bundelkhand after Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s much-hyped visit last week to the region’s Mahoba district became a talking point among villagers and in the media.