- The three leaders announced the new alliance in a press conference held in Lucknow on Saturday.
- The leaders claimed that the ‘Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha’ would contest all the 403 assembly seats in the state.
- Babu Singh Kushwaha said that the doors of his alliance are not closed and other parties may also come.
Lucknow: For the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President Asaduddin Owaisi and Jan Adhikar Party’s Babu Singh Kushwaha along with Backward and Minority Community Employees Federation President Vaman Meshram on Saturday formed a new alliance ‘Partnership’. Announced to form ‘Parivartan Morcha’. The three leaders announced the new alliance at a press conference in Lucknow on Saturday and claimed that the ‘Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha’ would contest all 403 assembly seats in the state.
‘Convenor Babu Singh Kushwaha was made’
Babu Singh Kushwaha has been made the convener of ‘Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha’. Owaisi said that if his alliance gets a majority, two chief ministers will be made in the state, one from the Dalit community and the other from the OBC (Other Backward Classes) community. Apart from this, three deputy chief ministers would be made, one of whom would be from the Muslim community, he said. When Owaisi was asked when two Chief Ministers would be made, he said that for two-and-a-half years, one Dalit and another OBC will be the Chief Minister.
‘SP alliance will move to third place’
Babu Singh Kushwaha said that the doors of their alliance are not closed and other parties may also come. He also claimed that the fight between the BJP and the Samajwadi Party in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections will now be between the ‘Bhagidari Parivartan Morcha’ and the saffron party and the SP alliance will move to the third position. Kushwaha said that he has been holding conferences continuously for the last 4 months in the state. Vaman Meshram said that if the government is formed, there will be 3 deputy chief ministers, one from the Muslim community and the names of the remaining two communities will be announced soon.
‘Census will be conducted after formation of the government’
Reiterating the slogan ‘whose number is heavy – its share’, these leaders promised that if the government is formed, caste census will be conducted and a uniform compulsory and free education system will be implemented. Promising to enact a law for the Minimum Support Price (MSP) to the farmers, the Morcha also claimed to restore the old pension. The Morcha also reiterated its resolve to strengthen law and order with the promise of implementation of reservation in all areas including medical to backward, payment of sugarcane price to farmers, waiving loans and electricity bills of small, medium farmers, shopkeepers, traders.
Announced the formation of a special court
The leaders of the Partnership Parivartan Morcha, while opposing the new education policy, also said that such laws which deprive the backward, dalits, farmers, laborers and minorities of the country from education, they will be abolished immediately. Promising the safety of women, the leaders announced the formation of a special court on the formation of the government to redress the injustice and atrocities faced by them. Along with abolishing the tax imposed on petrol and diesel, repeated many more promises.
New alliance formed after Rajbhar’s departure
Let us inform that last year ‘Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha’ was formed under the leadership of Omprakash Rajbhar, in which apart from Owaisi and Kushwaha, many small parties participated. Rajbhar later joined the Samajwadi Party-led coalition. In 2017, Rajbhar had an alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party and his party won 4 seats. (Language)
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