Results of local elections indicate that the BSP is regaining ground in UP.
Congress Tuesday claimed that 81 of its candidates out of the total 1,562 that contested with party’s authorisation have won. BJP has said 536 of its workers who contested have won.
The result has come as a morale-booster for the BSP which had been lying low since its failure to win any seats in last year’s Lok Sabha polls.
The Bombay HC has now asked the appellate authority to look into his plea “afresh”.
“Once back in power, I will concentrate on development, and on making the state free of crime, communal violence, corruption and injustice. I have already got the memorials constructed during our previous regime,” Mayawati said.
Narinder Kashyap, party national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP, said,“Farmers who are supposed to farming their fields are on railway tracks.”
BSP senior party leaders would not only take up Dalit issues but would also discuss farmer interests and those of government employees who are not being paid salaries on time.
Sources in the BSP said that former BSP state president Gurlal Saila would be announced as the party candidate from Chabbewal Vidhan sabha segment.
BSP believes the pair of Nitish Kumar-Lalu Prasad would not gather much traction as people are tired of seeing the two for 25 years.
He said the face of police brutality has been exposed in the incidents in Barabanki, Hamirpur and Sitapur, where policemen were accused of atrocities.
Rampal and Meena have been named as key prosecution witnesses by Delhi Police.
On June 6 this year, Dhananjay was put on trial by the court for the offence of destruction of evidence.
Mughalsarai MLA, Babban Singh Chauhan had gone to Ward no. 13 to listen to the grievances of the locals when they held him hostage.
Nandi, however, denied the allegations and claimed that the FIR was a ploy to avoid giving him the money that Agarwal owes him.
“Indifferent” attitude of the Modi government in all the matters shows the new avatar of BJP on sheltering corruption.