- Earlier, BSP has announced to hold a Brahmin convention.
- Brahmin conference will start from Ayodhya on July 23
- BSP preparing for assembly elections in UP next year
Regarding upcoming assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh Bahujan samaj party (BSP) supremo and former Chief Minister Mayawati (Mayawati) has started laying its board. Along with this, Dalits and Brahmins have started trying to woo the voters. happened last year bikru scandal In the case of Amar Dubey’s wife Khushi Dubey, who was killed in a police encounter, Rajya Sabha MP Satish Chandra Mishra will fight BSP’s national general secretary.
Amar Dubey was killed in a police encounter
Khushi was married to Amar Dubey (Vikas’s cousin) on July 2, 2020, just three days before the infamous Bikru scandal last year. Nine policemen were killed in Bikuru. Then, 11 days later, on July 13, Amar Dubey was killed in an encounter. Police had accused Khushi Dubey of being a member of Vikas Dubey’s gang. He was arrested by the police and sent to jail. Then the Juvenile Justice Board declared him a minor and then Khushi was sent from Kanpur Jail to Barabanki Women’s Shelter Home. Despite being declared a minor, Khushi was not granted bail.
preparation for brahmin conference
The Brahmin convention of BSP will begin from Ayodhya on July 23. BSP has tried to mobilize Brahmins with their Brahmin face Satish Chandra Mishra. Apart from 18 mandals of the state, Brahmin conference will also be held in all the districts. The venue for the Brahmin conference in Ayodhya is yet to be decided. The responsibility of organizing in Ayodhya has been given to BSP leader Karunakar Pandey.
Shivkant Dixit is fighting Khushi Dubey’s case
Regarding this matter, the family members of Khushi had submitted an affidavit in the special court of Kanpur Dehat claiming that she is a minor. Khushi Dubey’s advocate Shivkant Dixit is already fighting this case. Now after this statement of BSP, he said that I am not interested in any particular party. Anyone who wants to join us in the fight for Khushi Dubey’s release is most welcome. However, no one has contacted me yet.