'If BJP field any other candidate, then it would hurt crores of my workers' warns Sakshi Maharaj

Bhartiya Janta Party MP Sakshi Maharaj registered sought to remind his party of  his resounding performance from the Unnao constituency in the 2014 Lok Sabha election while deciding on candidatures for the general election 2019.

In a letter to BJP state unit president Mahendra Nath Pandey, Sakshi Maharaj warned that the 'consequences may not be positive' if he is not given a ticket to fight in the upcoming election.

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In the letter he wrote,  "I want to get your attention to the Unnao constituency. In this seat, I had won by three lakh fifteen thousand votes. Congress and BSP had to forfeit their deposits. SP was placed second. As per the SP-BSP alliance, this seat has been given to SP.

The letter further reads, "If from Unnao, the party decides to field any other candidate, then this would hurt crores of my workers in the state and across the country. Its consequence won't be positive."

Sakshi Maharaj goes on to urge that he should once again be allowed to contest the Lok Sabha election from the Unnao constituency. He also claims that he would defeat his rivals by four to five lakh votes, and will force them to forfeit their deposits.

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The statement of Sakshi Maharaj came after the  murmurs that BJP may overlook Sakshi Maharaj this time. His controversial remarks in the past have often invited political ire as well as scathing criticism from people at large.

 

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