Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on Tuesday alleged that Union Minister SP Singh Baghel’s convoy was “attacked by Samajwadi Occasion goons” in Mainpuri district’s Karhal the place he’s pitted towards Akhilesh Yadav.
He claimed that with this “assault” on the Union minister, who can also be the BJP’s candidate, the Samajwadi Occasion chief has “ensured his defeat”.
The precise element of the incident was not obtainable. The Mainpuri Police, in a tweet, mentioned the SHO of Karhal has been requested to take the required motion.
“The assault on the convoy of Union Minister SP Singh Baghel, BJP candidate from Mainpuri’s Karhal meeting constituency, by Samajwadi Occasion goons has proven the actual character of the get together,” Mr Maurya mentioned in a tweet in Hindi.
“Yesterday, BJP MP Geeta Shakya was additionally attacked. Strict motion will likely be taken towards the culprits of each the incidents,” added Mr Maurya.
He alleged that Akhilesh Yadav received Mr Baghel and different BJP leaders attacked by “his pet goons” out of the concern of being defeated in his stronghold Karhal.
“With the assault, you will have ensured your defeat. Is that this the brand new Samajwadi Occasion? Will you get these contesting towards you attacked?” he posited in one other tweet.
BJP state president Swatantra Dev Singh additionally slammed the Samajwadi Occasion.
“The assault on BJP candidate Baghel Ji reveals that Akhilesh (Yadav) goes to style defeat. The victory in elections is ensured on account of blessings of the individuals and never by the phobia of goons,” Singh tweeted.
Karhal will go to the polls within the third section on February 20.
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