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BJP booklet highlights Mulayam misrule

india Updated: Nov 29, 2006 11:19 IST

STATE BJP president Keshari Nath Tripathi today released a 35-page ‘charge sheet’ against the Mulayam government, highlighting the worst ever law and order situation, increasing terrorism, price-rise, atrocities on women, problems of farmers and workers, rampant corruption, appeasement of Muslims, humiliation of Hindus and open loot of the State by a few selected friends of Mulayam Singh Yadav and Amar Singh.

The booklet also traces a detailed history of former UP Chief Minister Mayawati, dubbing her as ‘Dalit ki nahin daulat ki beti’

Sorry state of the traders’ community, farmers and students has been highlighted in detail, while quoting 21 specific cases of corruption at the top level. The booklet alleges that the Samajwadi Party leaders and workers are grabbing land in every nook and corner of the State with active support from the police.

Under the Mulayam rule, the booklet adds, farmers are committing suicide and starvation deaths are being reported from different parts of the State. Quoting the reported comments of dacoit Nirbhaya Gujar on Mulayam, in which he had claimed close relations with the Chief Minister and his family, the booklet strongly condemns the acquisition of 2500 acres of prime land in Dadri for the proposed power station of the Reliance Energy, while the actual requirement for the project is only 250 acres. It further claims that farmers are being exploited by paying them compensation much lower than the market rates.  The booklet is part of a special literature prepared for distribution during the coming Vidhan Sabha elections to expose the misdeeds of the Mulayam government.

Giving detailed figure of riots and communal clashes during the present regime, the booklet highlights the fall in academic standards due to Mulayam’s protection to anti-social elements in universities. It also expresses concern over the ‘open sale’ of degrees and rise of copying mafia. 

Talking to reporters soon after releasing the booklet, Tripathi urged the Election Commission of India to issue specific directives and take all possible precautions for holding fair and free elections in the State, which looked impossible with Mulayam in power.