Uttar Pradesh: BSP workers protest Madras HC order

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Lucknow, Mar 8: Even as the Madras High Court on Mar 7 revoked the 2006 order declaring Samajwadi Party MP and cine actor Jaya Prada insolvent, the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) activists in Uttar Pradesh continued to stage strident protests demanding cancellation of membership of the Rampur MP.

Talking to UNI on phone, Jaya Prada alleged ''the BSP activists pelted stones on my Civil Lines based office in Rampur on directions of state Chief Minister Mayawati.'' ''It is unfortunate that a woman MP is insulted on International Women's Day when the state is being led by a woman CM...it only reveals the low mentality of the UP government,'' she charged.

The Rampur MP alleged ''even the UP Police is hand-in-glove with the state government. When my office was being ransacked by BSP workers, I informed the police administration but, no action was initiated against the culprits.''

UNI

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