In a so-called appeasement of Brahmins ahead of state elections, Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party will launch a legal battle to get bail for 17 – year – old widow Kushi Dubey, a relative of slain thugs Vikas Dubey.
Satish Misra, a Brahmin face and senior lawyer of the Bahujan Samaj Party, is seeking the release of Kushi, who has been staying at a juvenile center in Parabangi for a year now.
Kushi’s story creates the perfect case for injustice.
Abhay married Dube (Vikas’ cousin) on July 2, 2020, three days before the infamous Bikru massacre, when nine policemen were killed. Days after July 13, 11, Abe was killed in a police encounter since fleeing.
In the midst of the chaos, Kushi was only with her husband for two days.
The girl, who entered the Dubai home, was arrested immediately on charges of being a member of a gang, but so far no charges have been filed against her. Later, she was proved to be a minor and was later sent home from the Kanpur jail to the Barabanki Women’s Shelter.
Meanwhile, he was accused of using the sim under a different name. However, it was found to be in his mother’s name. Kushi is now unwell and was recently brought to Lucknow Hospital for treatment.
Kushi’s case has the potential to provoke a sense of injustice for the Brahmins, which in 2022 UP. In the run-up to the election, the BJP has given new hope to the party.
The party has been trying to impress the community, winning 206 of the 403 assembly seats in 2007 and garnering 30% of the vote. Its effectiveness is not a coincidence, but the result of the well-thought-out strategy of BJP leader Mayawati. Candidates were also announced in advance when the party attacked good cocktails of OBCs, Dalits, Bahmins and Muslims.
The Bahujan Samaj Party will hold a ‘Brahmin Sammalan’ in Ayodhya from July 23 to attract the upper caste community. The first leg of the convention will be held in six districts of UP from July 23-29, in line with the Bahujan Samaj Party’s campaign in 2007 and given a sufficient number of tickets to the Brahmins.
However this move did not go right for everyone. Suspended Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Aslam Raini called the Bahujan Samaj Party a “sinking ship” and said the party’s love for Brahmins was only an “election stunt”.
“Backward class, upper caste and minority people are no longer with the BJP. There was a time when prominent Brahmin leaders like Prajesh Pathak were in the party. Today, Brahmins will not board the sinking ship of the BJP under the name of Satish Chandra Misra,” he told reporters.
He is said to have spoken to Brahmins in Lakhimpur Keri, Sitapur, Gorakhpur, Balrampur, Bahraich, Konda and Sravasti and that the Brahmin community will vote for the Samajwadi Party. “Apart from this, people from the minority community will also vote for SP and Akhilesh Yadav will be the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister,” he said.
In October 2020, party leader Mayawati suspended seven BJP MLAs, including Raini. They opposed the nomination of Ramji Kuttam, the party’s official candidate for the state assembly elections. On June 15, some of the suspended BJP MLAs, including Raini, met Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow. Speaking to reporters on Sunday, Mayawati said that “upper castes” would regret voting for the BJP in the last state elections and that their interests would be protected if her party came to power.
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