AAP Spreading Wings In UP, Yogi's Lathi Cannot Muffle Peoples Voice: Sanjay Singh
Uttar Pradesh

AAP Spreading Wings In UP, Yogi's Lathi Cannot Muffle Peoples Voice: Sanjay Singh

AAP State President Sabhajeet Singh said that the crime against dalit are increasing drastically in the state

Mohit Dubey

Mohit Dubey

LUCKNOW || The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday claimed that its political clout in Uttar Pradesh was on a growth trajectory and that nothing, not even the lathi (cane) of the Yogi Adityanath government can stop them from raising the voice of the people. Party leader Sanjay Singh said that this was evident from the fact that people from different parts of the state, from various segments and walks of life were hitching the party bandwagon.

New members who joined the Aam Aadmi Party on Tuesday in presence of Sanjay Singh, the State-in-Charge of Aam Aadmi Party and Rajya Sabha MP, the Delhi Assembly Chief Whip- Dilip K Pandey, AAP State President Sabhajeet Singh and Vaibhav Maheshwari- the UP Spokesperson and District President, Lucknow, included

Faisal Khan Lala, the Vice Chairman of Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee (Minority Cell). Since 2004, Faisal Khan Lala has been a sturdy prop to N.S.U.I candidates during elections for student union.

Shehzaade Ali Ansari- President Madarsa Shikshak Sangh, Munne Ali- Ex candidate BSP Sabhasad (Kemri), Mohd. Imran- MLA Nagar Palika- Bilaspur, Qari Sharif- Pardhan Tehri candidate, Zahanat Khan- ex BTC member, Mohd. Waseem Khan- social worker, Sifat Ali Khan, the General Secretary and Spokesperson of District Congress Committee Rampur, Sajid Khan- former MLA, Danish Khan- former MLA, Mohd. Vasim Khan, former MLA Firasat Khan, student leader Abdul Naeem Khan, were among the 350 others who joined the party.

Sanjay Singh added that the UP Police brutally curbed the protest of the SC/ST Wing of Aam Aadmi Party, which was protesting against the brutal act of policemen.
Sanjay Singh

Welcoming the new members,Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh said, “The party will be strengthened with the arrival of Faisal Khan and the fight for the welfare protection of minorities and the underprivileged will soar new heights. Rebuking Yogi Government over the increasing crime in the State, Sanjay Singh said that the current scenario in Uttar Pradesh is unfavourable for the under privileged.

The prime case is of Raebareli, where a poor rickshaw puller dalit boy died due to police brutality in the police station. He was arrested on the pretext of stealing a motorbike and was brutally beaten in the police station.

Sanjay Singh added that the UP Police brutally curbed the protest of the SC/ST Wing of Aam Aadmi Party, which was protesting against the brutal act of policemen.

I strongly criticise the brutality shown by UP police to other demonstrators Tushar, Lalit, Vinay Kumar and we will undertake legal action against them. He went onto add that police uniform is solely provided for the protection of citizens and not to show brutality. I demand that Rs. 50 lakh should be given as compensation to the poor dalit boy in Lalganj, Raebareli. The SP should be suspended. He demanded a court case under Section 302 of the IPC to be levied on those involved in the death of the boy,” he said.

Talking about the increasing crimes in the state, AAP State President Sabhajeet Singh said that the crime against dalit are increasing drastically in the state, be it the Laalganj killing of dalit boy or the triple murder in Agra & Hardoi.

Speaking at the event, Faisal Khan Lala said, I feel honoured and privileged to be a part of the Aam Aadmi Party.” He added that the Delhi Model should be adopted by all the states for development. Faisal Khan Lala said that while other states are facing troubles due to the surging electricity prices, Arvind Kejriwal government is providing 200 units free electricity.

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