BSP supremo Mayawati has demanded the withdrawal of cases filed against the SC-ST community people in the Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh government during the 'Bharat Band' on April 2. On the withdrawal of the case, the BSP also warned the Congress governments in the MP and Rajasthan to re-consider their support.
Mayawati said that the Congress is now in power and the cases which were imposed during the agitation due to political rivalry should be withdrawn. If this is not done, then we will think twice about support.
There are a total of 230 assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh. Here Congress has won 114 seats. For the majority, 116 seats are required. In such a scenario, the Congress formed the government with the support of three Independents, 2 BSP and 1 SP MLA. At the same time, Congress won 99 seats in Rajasthan. There was a need of 100 seats for the majority here. Congress combine with BSP The BSP has 6 MLAs.
Violence took place in 12 states on April 2
In fact, in March, the Supreme Court had made some changes in the SC-ST law. Dalit organizations had called 'Bharat Band' on 2 April in protest against this. Violence spread across 12 states, including MP, Rajasthan, UP and Bihar. 14 people died during this period. After the violence, the administration had registered cases against the workers of Dalit organizations.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the land of Sun, Sand and adventures