Two more BSP legislators accuse Mayawati for selling tickets

Lucknow: The Bahujan Samaj party (BSP) today gets more set back as two more legislators raised the banner rebellion against the party leadership and accused party supremo Mayawati for selling tickets for the upcoming election in Uttar Pradesh.

The BSP two legislators Brijesh Verma and Romi Sahni who were disqualified from the party membership said Mayawati and general secretary Naseemuddin Siddiqui were busy selling tickets to the higher prices.

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Both of these legislators had returned to the party after seeking forgiveness from Mayawati for their anti-party rant.

Sahni said in a statement that he was denied a ticket after he failed to give Rs five crore and the ticket was then given to a hotelier.

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On other hand, Verma also put same accusations by saying that Mayawati asked him to deposit Rs four crore and the ticket was then given to hotelier.

The BSP said the charges were nothing but it’s a bunch of lies and alleged that after being denied tickets the legislators were making false charges.

The party has quickly suspended both the MLAs for alleged anti-party activities.

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