He said BJP leaders have been spreading lies about fulfiling electoral promises while nearly Rs 12,000 crore has not been paid to cane growers yet by state-owned and private sugar mills in the west region.
“Some of the smaller regional outfits are perhaps more comfortable dealing with the Congress because of the arrogance of the BJP leadership — the way they communicate, the way they deal with their own allies,” Jayant Chaudhary said.
Stating that Dalits all over the country are “very angry with the BJP”, the RLD leader said, “There is visible anger, especially in the latest case on how they have handled the Supreme Court matter regarding the Atrocities Act.”
Singh asked the organisations to form a joint committee with RLD, create district units and small groups of workers, who will go door to door and make people aware of the “advantages” of smaller states.
BJP leader says Thakurs and Jats have political influence in western UP hence, BJP is focusing on them.
The invitation to Akhilesh came in his capacity as the state president of Samajwadi Party.
Says Tughlaq Road bungalow must be declared a memorial to Charan Singh.
Youth Affairs Minister Sarbananda Sonowal expected to move in after repairs.
Sharad Yadav, it is learnt, has been given the responsibility to ensure the participation of these leaders, who were once followers of Chaudhary Charan Singh.
The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) disconnected water and power connection to Singh’s residence on September 9.
Police foil protesters’ attempt to cut off water supply to Delhi; Singh wants house turned into memorial for his father.
The by-elections to the 12 Assembly seats will be necessitated as the sitting MLAs (11 of BJP and one of Apna Dal) have been elected to the Lok Sabha.
Blaming RSS and the BJP for riots, Tripathi said the violence vertically divided Hindus and Muslims in the state.
Singh, an Independent Rajya Sabha member, had last month joined Ajit Singh-led RLD along with Jaya Prada.
Similar cases were also registered against BJP and Congress party workers for hoisting party flags on government buildings.