In a bid to highlight the state government’s misdeeds,the Bharatiya Janata Party will be preparing a chargesheet of the state government.
The party has already formed an 11-member committee,which will be preparing the chargesheet.
Thereafter,it will be released in public through a campaign by the second week of September.
Addressing mediapersons at the party state headquarters,state party chief Ramapati Ram Tripathi,said: “In the eyes of the people of Uttar Pradesh,the BSP-led state government is a history-sheeter.”
The committee comprises Hriday Narain Dixit,Hukum Singh,Swatantra Dev Singh,Mahendra Singh,Suresh Khanna,Rajendra,Dharampal Singh,Ashok Goyal,Ram Lakhan Pasi,Sarla Singh and Dayashankar Singh.
According to Tripathi,these members will be preparing the chargesheet on basis of the number of cases where SC/ST Act has been misused,the problems of the people and government’s response to them. The party,according to Tripathi,stands by its demand to declare the entire state as drought-hit.
“By just declaring 47 districts as drought-hit,the state government is doing injustice to the farmers whose crop has been destroyed due to low rainfall,” he said. “We demand that both the state and the Centre should declare the entire state as drought-hit and provide special relief to the farmers.”
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