Hundreds of posters of Azad Samaj Party (ASP), bearing photos of the party’s candidate and of Azad, are visible across Ghadkoli village of Saharanpur Dehat, which goes to polls on February 14.
The prosecution also told the court that the main conspirators in the case tried to shift the blame to the Bhim Army and BJP leader Kapil Mishra.
Azad decided to go it alone in UP polls after the alliance talks between Azad and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav failed last week
Bhim Army leader Ashok Kamble had filed the complaint against Wankhede for allegedly forging documents and presenting himself as member of the Hindu Mahar community.
However, despite having an image of a tough bargainer, Rajbhar has emerged as an ‘untouchable’ among the big political players in UP.
Over 100 members of the group assembled near India Gate in the evening, lit candles and raised slogans demanding justice for the girl, who was allegedly cremated without the approval of her parents.