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BSP Leaders go on a Hunger Strike for Protesting against Illegal Fund Raising

Allahabad: In a latest development within BSP, the party differences have now escalated, pretty rapidly. The Mamfordganj party office saw the workers and other leaders protesting against the Regional leader, and Zone coordinator, citing illegal fund raising as the main accusation. According to the workers, these influential personalities are using their power and position for illegally extorting money from the people. Fund raising, without any form of documentation, is illegal. Party workers, resorting to this form of activity, should face the consequences but the hunger strike from the members has actually gathered mixed reviews.

Moreover, BSP has called out the party workers who are on a hunger strike. Based on insider reports, one can make out that party leaders will take strict action against the accused leaders and even against those who have suddenly resorted to the hunger strike. These problems have actually cropped up after the party candidate lost to Abhilasha Gupta in the Mayor elections, pretty comprehensively.

About Ashutosh Srivastava

Ashutosh completed his schooling from Allahabad, Moradabad and Bareily. Later he took admission in Allahabad University where he entered student union politics. After completing his graduation in 1998, he had gone to Amrit Prabhat’s office with his father’s friend where the Editor asked him to make news out of a press release. Ashutosh was new and obviously made some mistakes. However, his writing style impressed the editor. Ashutosh accepted the offer and entered journalism. Later he joined United Bharat and then never looked back. He worked as sub editor in Dainik Jagran from 2003 to 2007 and then worked for Amar Ujala. Later, he again joined Jagran as a chief reporter and is now working with Our Platforms.

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