UP govt to withdraw case against BSP MP
Muzaffarnagar: Uttar Pradesh government has decided to withdraw a case registered against
BSP MP Tabassum Begum in connection with the violation of model code of conduct during 2007 Assembly election in the state, officials said Tuesday.
"A case was registered against Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) candidate Tabassum Begum from Sardhana Assembly constituency in Meerut for violating the model code conduct during 2007 election," they said.
Begum is currently a BSP MP from Kairana Lok Sabha
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