Lucknow. Today a big decision of the Allahabad High Court has come regarding the Uttar Pradesh civic elections. Since then, the political movement in UP has intensified. The decision of the High Court has given the opposition a new opportunity to target and attack the Yogi government. The SP, which has been continuously accusing the government regarding OBCs, has now targeted the BJP government regarding Dalits as well. SP chief Akhilesh Yadav even said that after taking away the reservation of OBCs, BJP will also take away the reservation of Dalits. Along with Akhilesh, uncle Shivpal Yadav and Ram Gopal Yadav have also fiercely attacked the BJP government.
Let us tell you that on Tuesday, the Allahabad High Court has canceled the notification of reservation of body elections, giving a blow to the government. The High Court has ordered the government to conduct elections without OBC reservation and constitute a commission for the triple test. Even though the High Court has ordered to hold elections without OBC reservation, the SP has intensified the attacks, calling it the negligence of the BJP. The SP said that there is a BJP government in the state for six years, but even after the order of the Supreme Court, the survey of OBCs was not done on the basis of triple test.
Let us tell you that Akhilesh Yadav said after the decision of the High Court came to the fore that in today’s anti-reservation BJP body elections, crocodiles are showing sympathy on the subject of OBC reservation. Today BJP has taken away the reservation rights of backward people, tomorrow BJP will also take away the reservation given by Babasaheb to Dalits. Akhilesh Yadav also appealed to backward and Dalits to support SP in the fight to save reservation. At the same time, Shivpal Yadav tweeted that the decision to end OBC reservation in Uttar Pradesh body elections is unfortunate. The fight for social justice cannot be allowed to weaken so easily. The bigger movement that had to be done to get reservation, the bigger movement will have to be done to save it. Workers should be very alert.