Muzaffarnagar (Agencies): Ahead of the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh next year, Samajwadi Party on Monday said it will be launching a movement against the Mayawati-led government from next month over various issues allegedly resulting in deterioration of the state on many fronts.

"The SP would launch a movement against the BSP rule from March 1 to raise the issue of corruption and the law and order situation, especially rising crimes against women," SP national vice president Rashid Masood said here.

Slamming the Mayawati government over the "deteriorating" law and order situation, Masood said the common man was living under fear.

"The BSP government is a failure on all fronts...the SP is gearing up for the polls," he said.

Masood, who was union minister of state in the erstwhile V P Singh government, accused the state police of acting as "agents" of the ruling party.

Adding a gist to the grindmills of speculation, the former SP MP did not rule out the possibility of a pre-poll tie-up with "secular" parties, including Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) of Chaudhari Ajit Singh, for the 2012 Assembly elections.