During the regime of Mayawati, the villagers were getting power supply from 5 am to 6 am, then 11 am to 3 pm, and then 7 pm to 8 pm and now they are scared if such facility will be continued by the Samajawadi Party government. (Read More: Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections 2012)
"Now we will not get any power. During the Mulayam Singh government there was no electricity in the village; but Behenji did so much for us, we got roads, houses, electricity, schools, colleges and what not," said Jagesh, an upset villager.
Rajwati, one of the villagers said that “Jaisi karoge, vaisi bharoge. This is the decision of people who had brought her to power. She has done enough wrong to deserve this. Now others deserve a chance. If they are bad again, they too shall be voted out.” (Read coverage of UP election 2012 here)
Meanwhile, Dadri bagged 37,000 votes following the victory of MLA Satveer Singh Gurjar, it proved to be one of the few seats where BSP won.
"Nobody can defeat Mayawati from this village, everybody supports her, seemingly.I last met her in 2007, six months after she became chief minister. She had asked me how I was. She asked me to meet her. And I told her she should meet the other villagers as well, not just her brother," said Rajpal Singh, Mayawati’s paternal cousin.