In Ghaziabad, once again, Bahujan Samaj Party officials have been accused of extortion in the name of ticket. Not only this, during the meeting itself, a young man named Adarsh, living in Ward No. 1 of Loni Municipality tried to set himself on fire by sprinkling kerosene.
According to the information, the candidates for the municipal elections were to be declared by the Bahujan Samaj Party. Its meeting was going on today at Tanushree Farm House under National Highway 9 police station Kavi Nagar area. The decision to distribute tickets was to be taken in this meeting. Suddenly a young man named Adarsh went out and when he came inside after some time, he was drenched in kerosene. It is being told that the match with which he had to set fire. That matchbox was completely wet and was repeatedly asking his partner to bring the matchbox to him from outside. However, the people present there explained a lot to him and stopped him from doing so. Adarsh told, he is being exploited in the name of ticket and till now about 4 lakh 50 thousand rupees have been spent on the ticket itself. Despite this, he was flatly denied a ticket.
took money in the name of ticket
Giving information about this whole matter, Adarsh, who lives in Ward No. 1 of Loni Municipality, said that a special team has been formed for ticket distribution. Samsuddin is the main in this, below him are Virendra Jatav and Pradeep Jatav. Adarsh says that he has taken Rs 1.5 lakh cash in the name of ticket. Apart from this, his expenses have been made at various places and money has been taken from him in between. Even after this, he was refused to give the ticket. Adarsh says that for a long time he is being exploited in the name of ticket. Today he just had to take this step out of compulsion.
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