BSP MLAs free to vote in RS polls
Patna: The BSP has given a free hand to its five MLAs to vote for the candidate of their choice in Thursday`s Rajya Sabha polls for five seats in Bihar.
The BSP has not issued whip to its MLAs and they were free to vote for the candidate of their choice, the party`s Bihar in-charge Gandhi Azad told reporters here.
Banglore-based businessman and independent candidate BG Uday was learnt to have met BSP supremo Mayawati for support of her party MLAs.
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