Lok Sabha Election 2024 Samajwadi Party Leader Chaos Ensues Akhilesh Yadav In Azamgarh

Lok Sabha Election 2024 Samajwadi Party Leader Chaos Ensues Akhilesh Yadav In Azamgarh

Lok Sabha Election 2024 Samajwadi Party Leader Chaos Ensues Akhilesh Yadav In Azamgarh

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Chaos erupted in Azamgarh’s Sarai Meer during a rally by Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav on Tuesday afternoon, marking the third consecutive day where events addressed by the former CM saw such disruptions. During the commotion, people were seen breaking chairs, leading to a lathi charge by the police.  

“Police force is present on the spot and peace and order is maintained,” Azamgarh Police posted on X, formerly Twitter. 

On Monday, at an election rally addressed by Yadav in Sant Kabir Nagar, a large number of party workers and supporters climbed over barricades to move towards him. 

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SP workers eventually broke through the security cordon, reached Yadav’s car and clicked pictures with him. Microphones, chairs and coolers set up at the venue were damaged in the process. Yadav managed to reach the stage with help from police personnel. The SP leader was in Sant Kabir Nagar to campaign for I.N.D.I.A bloc candidate Pappu Nishad.

In his address on Monday, Yadav said, “I have heard that people are not going to the rallies of rival parties. They are making policemen sit there in plain clothes.”

“A lot of injustice has been done to ‘Siksha Mitra’ (ad-hoc teachers) youths and we will work towards making them permanent teachers,” he said, claiming that the BJP “deliberately leaked question papers of competitive exams so that they don’t have to give jobs to youngsters”.

On Sunday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Yadav abandoned a joint poll meeting in the Phulpur area of Prayagraj without delivering a speech after their supporters broke through barricades trying to reach the dais.



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