Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav Serious Allegation On Brijesh Singh Release Says BJP Leaders Sit Together For Hours In Jail | UP Politics: Akhilesh Yadav’s serious allegation on Brijesh Singh’s release, said


UP News: Mafia Brijesh Singh, who was imprisoned for 13 years in connection with the attack on Mukhtar Ansari’s convoy, is now out. He has got bail from the Allahabad High Court. After his coming out, now political rhetoric has also started in UP on this. Now the reaction of Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has also come. He has made serious allegations against BJP leaders.

When Brijesh Singh came out, Akhilesh Yadav said, “I remember the people of Varanasi used to say, the people of the government used to sit with him in Varanasi jail for three-three hours. It is natural for him to come out. This is the court’s decision. And everyone will have to accept the court’s decision.” This statement of the SP chief has come during a conversation with the media in Lucknow on Friday.

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Brijesh Singh’s coming out of jail in Purvanchal remains a matter of discussion. There is a lot of stir, especially in Mau. At the same time, the Congress leader said in his statement on Brijesh Singh, “There are about 57 cases registered against him. There have been gang wars between him and Mukhtar Ansari many times before. If such people come out of jail, then once again mafia in the state. will prevail.” The statement of Arvind Rajbhar, son of Subhaspa chief Om Prakash Rajbhar has also come in this matter.

Please tell that Brijesh Singh was in jail since 2009. A case of attack on Mukhtar Ansari’s convoy was registered against him. He was lodged in Varanasi jail in the case of Usri Chatti murder case. On Thursday, he was released from jail after getting bail from the Allahabad High Court.

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