“I am guilty, I admit, but …”, Azam Khan’s big statement during polling in Rampur – Marathi News | rampur lok sabha bypolls samajwadi party leader azam khan up government cm yogi MIGMG News

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Voting for the Lok Sabha by-election is taking place in Rampur in Uttar Pradesh today (Thursday). The seat fell vacant following the victory of Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. In the Rampur Lok Sabha by-election, Samajwadi Party’s Asim Raja and BJP’s Ghanshyam Singh Lodhi are directly contesting. Ghanshyam Singh Lodhi was earlier considered a confidant of Azam Khan. However, he recently joined the BJP.

Voting started at 7 am in Rampur, but Azam Khan has already leveled allegations against the police. He said, “I was awake all night. Our Lok Sabha candidates had gone to Ganj Police Station (PS), Kotwali PS, Civil Lines PS (in Rampur). The government will be responsible for that. “

Meanwhile, the Samajwadi Party leader further said, “There were jeeps and sirens all over the city. They took people to the police station, beat them up and I also heard about some money transfer. It’s a shame. I’m a criminal, I agree … so My city is treated the same. They can do what they want, we have to endure. If we want to wait, we have to endure. “

Balekilla of Rampur Samajwadi Party
The Rampur Lok Sabha constituency is considered a stronghold of the Samajwadi Party. Rampur has long been Azam Khan’s sphere of influence and the party has handed over the Rampur Lok Sabha constituency by-election to Azam Khan. Rampur Lok Sabha constituency has more than 17 lakh voters. It has 50 per cent Hindu and 49 per cent Muslim voters. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Samajwadi Party candidate Azam Khan defeated BJP candidate Jaya Prada by a huge margin of one lakh nine thousand 997 votes.

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