Mulayam accuses BSP govt of land grabbing
Lucknow: Land grabbing, construction of parks and lodging fake cases against opposition party workers were the only three works that the ruling BSP government did in its five-year rule, SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav alleged on Saturday.
"The present government is involved in land grabbing, construction of parks and lodging fake cases against party workers in past five years. The common man is fed up with the misrule and wants a change," Yadav said while addressing a
public meeting in Bakshi Ka Talab area here on outskirts of the city.
Addressing an election rally in Hardoi, Yadav said that as soon as his party forms government in the state, the party
manifesto would be implemented in "letter and spirit".
"Jobless youths will be given an unemployment allowance of Rs 1,000 per month, loan of weavers upto Rs 50 thousand will be waived off besides attempts to include 70 castes in SC category," Yadav said while asking people to vote for his party.
Meanwhile, in a press release issued here party spokesman Rajendra Chowdhury claimed that his party would win 45 out of
59 seats in the second phase.
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