Expelled Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui addressed another press conference on Friday and rejected allegations levelled by party chief Mayawati.
Expelled Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui addressed another press conference on Friday and rejected allegations levelled by party chief Mayawati. According to a telecast by ABP News, the expelled leader said that the former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh had expelled a lot of people from the party and a lot of others had voluntarily left it after being ‘tortured’. He said that even Prasad Maurya had faced the same torturous circumstances within the party. He said that Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati had called him a blackmailer to hide her own ill intentions.
Denying Mayawati’s allegations about blackmailing he said that the BSP chief was accusing him of certain ‘crimes’ to hide her own intentions. He asked the media as to who he had blackmailed by releasing the videos. Throwing a challenge at Mayawati, Siddiqui said that let her reveal the names of the alleged victims of his blackmail. He also accused Mayawati of being India’s biggest blackmailer. Siddiqui furthermore denied the allegations about his released tapes being tampered with by him and said that if the tapes were found to have been edited, the people should punish him.
Questioning the blackmailing allegations levelled against him, Siddiqui asked as to why the former UP Chief Minister did not expel him on the charges of blackmail. He told Mayawati to forget about Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha elections and dared her to even fight the Municipal Corporations, now that he wasn’t supporting her. Earlier Siddiqui had released 7 tapes on Mayawati and had claimed to have 150 CDs on her.