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SP said four officers of BJP

Lucknow, With the announcement of the assembly elections, the political atmosphere in Uttar Pradesh has heated up. The state’s main opposition Samajwadi Party has demanded the removal of four officials, describing them as BJP men. SP has written a letter to the Election Commission, in which it has been said that free and fair elections are not possible without these officers. It also includes the name of under chief Sachin Avnish Awasthi.

The Samajwadi Party has demanded the removal of them from the Election Commission by accusing the top officials posted in the Uttar Pradesh government and police administration of acting like workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Samajwadi Party has written a letter to the Election Commission by e-mail demanding the immediate removal of several administrative and police officers, including the Additional Chief Secretary of the Home Department posted in the state, from their present posts for fair elections.

SP National Secretary Rajendra Chaudhary has said in a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner that the officers working as workers of the ruling party BJP in Uttar Pradesh should be immediately removed from their present posts. He has demanded the removal of Under Chief Secretary Avnish Awasthi, Additional Chief Secretary Navneet Sehgal, ADG Law and Order Prashant Kuma and ADG STF Amitabh Yash. It is written in the letter that all these should be removed from their present posts with immediate effect, so that fair, free and fear-free elections can be conducted in the state.

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