Wednesday, January 18, 2012

[ZESTCaste] Mayawati leaves another MLA teary eyed; denies BSP ticket

Mayawati leaves another MLA teary eyed; denies BSP ticket
Wednesday, January 18, 2012, 13:16 [IST]

Uttar Pradesh, Jan 18: Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati left
another BSP MLA Jaleel Khan teary eyed after he was denied a BSP
ticket weeks after Avdesh Verma met with the same fate.

The MLA couldn't control his tears despite being consoled by
supporters after Mayawati denied him the party ticket. He was a part
of the party since 21 years.

Reports reveal that he was sacked by the BSP supremo on false charges
and was not even given a chance to clarify his stand.

He will now fight as an independent candidate from the same
constituency, said reports.

Earlier, Avdesh Verma was axed by Mayawati after he was accused of
indulging in corrupt practices. Overcome by emotions, he broke down in
front of cameras pledging his loyalty to the BSP.

He later gave hints of Mayawati's flamboyant lifestyle alleging the
BSP supremo of being unaware of the state's problems and threw light
on her partying habits.

Meanwhile, with the UP elections approaching, Mayawati is making it
sure that her party comes clean. Her move to drop MLAs and ministers
out of the party shows her cleverly grafted plan, which is being
looked down upon as a trick to lure more voters.

OneIndia News

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