Thursday, December 8, 2011

[ZESTCaste] Samajwadi Party accuses BSP for waste of public funds

Samajwadi Party accuses BSP for waste of public funds
Ayaskant Das, TNN | Dec 9, 2011, 04.09AM IST

NOIDA: Concluding its three-day Jan Sandesh Cycle rally in Noida, the
Samajwadi Party on Thursday alleged that the Mayawati-led BSP
government in the state has been a den of misgovernance for the past
five years.

The rally, led by SP candidate for Noida assembly constituency, Sunil
Choudhury, began from Noida International School near Garhi Chaukhandi
and terminated at Mamura village near sector 62.

"People remember the welfare schemes taken out by the Mulayam-led SP
government in Uttar Pradesh between 2003 and 2007 when the party was
in power," said Choudhury. "However, Mayawati's government will be
remembered for the number of atrocities it has committed upon farmers
in the name of land acquisition. The government will also remain
infamous in the history of the state for the kind of loot it has
committed from the public exchequer," he added.

The SP member also accused the Mayawati government of spending a
substantial amount of money from the public exchequer towards erecting
stone monuments and parks.

"The plight of Dalits and other backward sections of the society have
further deteriorated due to very little spent in terms of social
welfare measures," said Veer Singh Yadav, Gautam Budh Nagar district
president of SP.

The second phase of election campaigning of the SP in the district
will begin in the next fortnight.

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