Lucknow, Jun 6 (UNI) Samajwadi Party (SP) deputy leader in Uttar Pradesh assembly Mohammad Azam Khan today alleged that the ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) government in the state was not allowing free and appropriate use of his MLA fund.
Mr Khan here today met UP Governor T V Rajeswar and brought the matter to his attention.
The leader also handed a memorandum to Mr Rajeswar, in which he charged the Mayawati led-BSP government for disallowing spending of funds on developmental works since he became an MLA.
''I sent so many proposals on infrastructre, schools, rickshaw stand among others, but all were turned down by the state government,'' the SP deputy leader alleged.
Due to political pressure, the district administration was following the orders of the state government, Mr Khan claimed.
''It is a clear violation of democracy, I also fear threat to my life from the state government after the January 1 incident, in which I had a narrow escape,'' Mr Khan said.
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