New Delhi: The suspension of parliamentarian Dhananjay Singh is likely to pose a serious problem for Bahujan Samaj Party supremo and UP Chief Minister Mayawati in the forthcoming state elections scheduled in 2012. Singh after his suspension from the party in the wake of his alleged meeting with expelled Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh has started his preparations to cause a dent in the vote bank of the BSP.

Revealing his future plans, Dhananjay informed Danik Jagran, “All the allegations levelled against me are baseless and my suspension which was done without serving any prior notice to me is unconstitutional. I have not done anything against the party.” There is no internal democracy within the party and I am going to take up this issue with the Chief Election Commission (CEC), he added. 

In a reply to a question, he said, “I have no fear of facing any case. In the upcoming state elections, I am going to campaign against the BSP in the entire Purvanchal region and would expose the internal loopholes of the party.”

Notably, Dhananjay after being suspended has received the backing of the BJP and Congress leaders. According to sources, Dhanajay is in contact with a BJP leader of the same caste along with keeping a good equation with a Congress leader.

When asked about his next political move, the suspended MP said, “Now my main focus would be on bringing internal democracy in the BSP as people within the party are also quite annoyed over this issue.”

He claimed that his future move would be as per the prevailing circumstances.

(JPN/Bureau)