Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam agents of BJP: Bhim Army chief
Bhim Army author Chandrashekhar Azad on Wednesday asserted Samajwadi Party boss Akhilesh Yadav and his dad Mulayam Singh Yadav were “specialists” of the BJP, including he won’t challenge from Varanasi if his candidature left the Dalit development.
He made the comments amid an open gathering in Jaipur days after BSP boss Mayawati named him a “BJP operator” and asserted that he was challenging from Varanasi as a feature of the saffron gathering’s connivance to separate Dalit cast a ballot.
Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has gone into collusion with SP in Uttar Pradesh to take on the BJP.
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“Akhilesh Yadav offered advancement to officers who caused abominations on Dalits. His father says in Parliament that he needs Modi to wind up executive once more. They are operators of the BJP, not me,” the Bhim Army boss said.
“They consider me an operator for addressing them. Truly, I am a specialist of B R Ambedkar… On the off chance that my own kin was not in my manner, I would have appeared (Akhilesh) that in the event that we can cast a ballot you to control, we can pull you down as well,” he said.
Chandrashekhar additionally asserted that Mayawati was being “deluded” by Satish Chandra Mishra, her general secretary and Brahmin face of the BSP.
He included that he won’t challenge the race in Varanasi if his candidature “reinforced” Prime Minister Narendra Modi in any capacity. Varanasi is the parliamentary voting demographic of Modi.
Mayawati had on Sunday tweeted, “BJP made a decent attempt to help Chandrashekhar join the BSP as its mole, yet flopped in its intrigue. It is basic in the national enthusiasm to unstick imperious, oppressive enemy of Dalit BJP from power. If you don’t mind guarantee no vote goes squander.”
The Bhim Party originator had reported at a rally in the national capital a month ago that he would challenge against Modi from Varanasi and respected the help all things considered, including the Congress, to take on the BJP.
He had additionally looked for the help of SP and BSP for his candidature, saying Dalit gatherings would back their partnership in different seats.
The SP-BSP-RLD partnership is yet to pronounce its applicant against Modi in Varanasi.
The Chandrashekhar-drove bunch shot to spotlight amid the May 2017 conflicts among Dalits and upper station Thakurs in Saharanpur of Uttar Pradesh.
Chandrashekhar was captured after the conflicts. Despite the fact that he was allowed safeguard by the Allahabad High Court, the UP Police captured him under the stringent National Security Act. He was discharged in September 2018 in the wake of going through 16 months in prison.
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