RK Chaudhary: Mayawati selling tickets for assembly election

Lucknow: Senior Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader R.K. Chaudhary who gave his resignation from the party just few months before the upcoming Uttar Pradesh state assembly elections in 2017, today sharpens his attacks on Supremo Mayawati by saying that she is taking money to give tickets to MLA’s.

Chaudhary, is the popular face of Pasi caste among the BSP party and this is not for the first time that any member from the party quitted BSP saying that the party chief is distributing tickets by taking money from MLA’s.

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The rebel BSP politicians after quitting the part have always put obligation on Mayawati that she is hungry for money and selling tickets by taking hefty amount from members of party to contest election.

While speaking to media person from a prominent news channel Chaudhary, said that how Mayawati use to take money from members of party and in which codes she use to ask for taking this amount to distribute tickets.

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He also briefed that on July 26th he is going to organize a big rally in which he will tell the dreams of founder of BSP party Kanshi Ram and will form alternative of BSP.

Chaudhry also blamed Mayawati for selling dreams of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar and Kanshi Ram just for the sake of Dalits and schedule caste votes.

Interestingly, Chaudhary is the only BSP founder-member whom Mayawati took back into the party (in 2013) after expelling him (in 2001).

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The re-entry, a first for a Dalit leader in BSP, was aimed at attracting Pasis who had largely sided with the SP in 2012 elections.