Aazad, who is also the president of the Azad Samaj Party, said the Other Backward Classes (OBCs) are not being given reservation at the state level in NEET by the government.
Calling for a common minimum programme, Aazad batted for having a coalition government in UP, saying when parties get a hold over power alone then dictatorial situations arise "as it is happening now"
Azad and his supporters had staged a sit-in and they later handed over a memorandum to a magistrate, the IG said adding, they then left the city.
Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad said farmer leader Rakesh Tikait is the 'pride of western Uttar Pradesh' and he would fight shoulder-to-shoulder with the farmer leader.
UP Assembly polls: Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad stitches alliance with Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha
Arun Rajbhar in a statement said their coalition will contest on all 403 seats in the state and the Bhim Army chief agreed to be part of it.
The Bhim Army chief said he apprised the DM of the "poor" law and order situation and discussed the case involving the killing of a village head, Satyamev, here.
Leaders of various opposition parties claimed they were placed under house arrest for supporting the 'Bharat Bandh'.
"We extend our full support to our farmers. We are with them in this fight," he said.