Lok Sabha Elections / 'Now I have become a free bull, I can fight with anyone'- Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh

Vikrant Shekhawat : May 17, 2024, 08:00 PM
Lok Sabha Elections: Every political party is busy campaigning vigorously in the Lok Sabha elections. Especially BJP because their slogan is this time cross 400. Meanwhile, MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is surrounded by most controversies, is again making headlines. In Kaiserganj, Brij Bhushan Singh has described himself as 'Chhutta Saand' during an election campaign. Let us tell you that these days MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh is campaigning for his younger son Karan Bhushan Singh.

'I am neither old nor retired'

MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh told the forum organized in Colonelganj yesterday that he has neither grown old nor retired. I will be among you (people) twice as much as I used to be among you earlier and will work with full strength. There is still a lot left to do. There is a lot to do. I know where a road is needed, I know where a bridge is needed.

He further said that we know all the problems of the area and now I have become a free bull, now I can fight with anyone for you. What will they do with me, they will not be able to win against us. No one has more men than me.) So if necessary, I will fight. We are seeing all your problems, you will get double MP. Let us inform you that this time BJP has canceled the ticket of Brij Bhushan and given it to his younger son Karan Bhushan Singh.

Equation of kaiserganj seat

Kaiserganj Lok Sabha seat comes under Bahraich district. If we look at the caste equation here, this seat is a Brahmin dominated area. According to estimates, Kaiserganj Lok Sabha constituency has about 20 percent Brahmin and 18 percent Dalit population. At the same time, the number of Rajput voters is about 10 percent, 12 percent are Yadav, 9 percent are Nishad and about 7 percent are Kurmi voters. Also, if we talk about Muslim voters, their number is also around 18 percent.