Amar asks electorate to oust BSP
Kaushambi: Lok Manch leader Amar Singh on Monday asked the electorate to oust what he alleged the corrupt BSP government in Uttar Pradesh.
Addressing an election meeting at Manjhanpur here, he
favoured carving out of Purvanchal state comprising eastern
districts of Uttar Pradesh.
The former Samajwadi Party leader termed his association
with SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav a mistake and apologised
to the people for this.
He announced names of party candidates for three assembly
seats in the district at the meeting which was attended by
film star and MP Jaya Prada.
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