SP chief Mulayam promises dalit status to 17 OBCs
TNN | Jan 30, 2012, 12.34PM IST
BAHRAICH: In a bid to woo the voters belonging to other backward
castes, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Sunday said
that if voted to power SP would accord the status of dalit to 10 other
backward castes including Nishad, Kewat, Mallah, Kashyap, Kahar etc
and they would be able to avail the benefits, which the dalits get. In
addition to this, every man would be given the coat and blanket and
the women would get two sarees for free every year.
Mulayam said that all the debts of the farmers would be waived off, no
land of the farmers would be auctioned and if the farmers are unable
to pay the debt, the same would be repaid by the state government.
Addressing an election meeting at Gend Ghar, he warned the bureaucrats
who 'clean' the shoes of Mayawati and implicate his party workers in
the false cases, and said that such officers would be sent to jail.
Mulayam also termed Mayawati the queen of the citadel, who does only
couple of jobs which includes counting the currency notes and laying
He also appealed the public to bring his party to power with full
majority, so that he does not have to take the support of any other
party to form the government.
Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2012
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