BJP Government In UP Selectively Eliminating Brahmins: BSP Leader Satish Chandra Mishra
Bijnor, August 9 (TNA) Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Satish Chandra Mishra has accused the incumbent Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Uttar Pradesh of "targeting the Brahmins and getting them eliminated one after another".
Addressing an 'Intellectual Meet' in Bijnor on Sunday, Mishra reminded the gathering that in 2007 when Mayawati was voted to power in 2007, she had made 15 people from the Brahmins as MLC's.
He also thanked the Brahmins for their support then to the BSP and said time had once again come to align with the Behenji as it was only possible under a BSP dispensation in Lucknow that the Brahmins and other sections of the society will get respect and honour in the state.
"The state government is selectively killing the people of the Brahmin society" the BSP leader further said and alleged that the money collected for the grand temple of Lord Ram in Ayodhya will be used by the BJP for electioneering in the forthcoming state assembly elections. "They will book choppers and a strong fleet of buses and vehicle out of this money" the lawyer-turned-politician said.