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BSP government harassing party workers: SP

india Updated: Feb 20, 2009 14:58 IST

Alleging that the BSP government in the state was harassing party workers and invoking NSA and Goonda Act against them, Samajwadi Party state president Shivpal Singh Yadav on Friday said that such activists would be considered as 'Krantikari' and would be given pension, if SP was voted to power in the state.

"We will consider all those activists implicated in fake and false cases by the ruling BSP government as Krantikari and will give them pension, if voted to power again", Yadav told reporters in Bhadohi.

He said that criminal cases would be lodged against the officers involved in the 'misdeeds' of the government and they would be sent to jail.

"We will send such officers to jail within a week of formation of our government in the state", Yadav said.

Claiming that the state government's life was hardly six months now, Yadav said that BSP government would fall after the Lok Sabha elections.

He said that except earning money through corrupt practices, the state government had done nothing in the interest of common man.