Akhilesh Yadav, amid bypoll voting, said the police had been briefed not to allow SP workers to vote in Mainpuri.

Akhilesh Yadav, amid bypoll voting, said the police had been briefed not to allow SP workers to vote in Mainpuri.

The Samajwadi Party president, Akhilesh Yadav slammed the Yogi Adityanath government and said the police had been briefed not to allow SP workers to vote in Mainpuri, Rampur constituencies.
“Police had been deployed to stop party supporters from coming to our meeting…Central forces have been deployed but are being guided by local police,” said Yadav as he alleged the UP police “is biased and misleading central forces”.

“We will win in Mainpuri because Netaji worked for Mainpuri,” he said, instilling confidence in retaining the Yadav family’s stronghold seat from where his wife is contesting. He further took a potshot at the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Raghuraj Singh Shakya and said the party hired an SP candidate as they had no one in Mainpuri.

Aklishesh Yadav further claimed that “the BJP workers were causing a ruckus and framing SP counterparts by wearing the party’s symbolic red cap”. He also questioned the Election Commission’s “silence” and said, “We are forced to demand army deployment in Rampur for a free and fair election.” Earlier, Shivpal Yadav had also alleged electoral malpractice and claimed that the police were preventing the Samajwadi Party supporters from casting votes.

 

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