Lucknow, Sep 1 (UNI) The ruling Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) in Uttar Pradesh today launched its four-month-long countrywide 'Janhit Chetna movement' to make people aware about the misrule of the UPA government and other issues.
The movement would be completed in three phases and end in December.
According to BSP sources, the first phase of the agitation, lauched today at selected districts, would end on September 30 after holding of demonstrations and 'dharnas' in all the district headquarters of the country.
In the second phase from October 1 to 31, the demonostrations would be organised at all the headquarters of the Assembly segments in the country, while in the last phase from November 1 to December 31, similar programmes would be held at all the state capitals.
Sources added the three issues to be raised during the movement includes reason behind the withdrawal of support by the BSP from the UPA government, reasons behind the increasing prices of essential commodities, unemployment and poverty. A groundwork for the party in wake of the upcoming Lok Sabha and five state Assembly elections would also be made.
The first phase of the agitation would be held in a phased manner in all the districts of the state, while the demonstration in Lucknow was expected on September 27.
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