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Naseemuddin meets UP CM; seeks security

Press Trust of India  |  Lucknow 

Expelled leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui has Chief Minister with a request to let him retain his 'Z category' security, citing "threat" to his life from the leadership.

During his meeting with Adityanath yesterday, Siddiqui told the chief minister that he feared attack from the BSP, having drawn the ire of his former partymen by making charges against



"I the chief minister to request him for security. I requested him for it. He will see what has to be done about it. I had got security as people's representative during and later the had also ordered for it," Siddiqui said today.

The former loyalist had last week, in a press conference, expressed similar sentiments saying "I have come to know that her (Mayawati's) gang of criminals have got into action and my people have advised me to exercise caution".

A day after his expulsion from BSP, Siddiqui had alleged of demanding Rs 50 crore from him and making objectionable remarks against Muslims, charges which the supremo trashed while calling him a "blackmailer".

A person getting 'Z category' security is protected by paramilitary force personnel round the clock.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Expelled Bahujan Samaj Party leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui has met Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath with a request to let him retain his 'Z category' security, citing "threat" to his life from the BSP leadership. During his meeting with Adityanath yesterday, Siddiqui told the chief minister that he feared attack from the BSP, having drawn the ire of his former partymen by making charges against Mayawati. "I met the chief minister to request him for security. I requested him for it. He will see what has to be done about it. I had got security as people's representative during BSP government and later the court had also ordered for it," Siddiqui said today. The former Mayawati loyalist had last week, in a press conference, expressed similar sentiments saying "I have come to know that her (Mayawati's) gang of criminals have got into action and my people have advised me to exercise caution". A day after his expulsion from BSP, Siddiqui had alleged Mayawati of demanding Rs 50 ... Expelled leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui has Chief Minister with a request to let him retain his 'Z category' security, citing "threat" to his life from the leadership.

During his meeting with Adityanath yesterday, Siddiqui told the chief minister that he feared attack from the BSP, having drawn the ire of his former partymen by making charges against

"I the chief minister to request him for security. I requested him for it. He will see what has to be done about it. I had got security as people's representative during and later the had also ordered for it," Siddiqui said today.

The former loyalist had last week, in a press conference, expressed similar sentiments saying "I have come to know that her (Mayawati's) gang of criminals have got into action and my people have advised me to exercise caution".

A day after his expulsion from BSP, Siddiqui had alleged of demanding Rs 50 crore from him and making objectionable remarks against Muslims, charges which the supremo trashed while calling him a "blackmailer".

A person getting 'Z category' security is protected by paramilitary force personnel round the clock.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Naseemuddin meets UP CM; seeks security

Expelled leader Naseemuddin Siddiqui has Chief Minister with a request to let him retain his 'Z category' security, citing "threat" to his life from the leadership.

During his meeting with Adityanath yesterday, Siddiqui told the chief minister that he feared attack from the BSP, having drawn the ire of his former partymen by making charges against

"I the chief minister to request him for security. I requested him for it. He will see what has to be done about it. I had got security as people's representative during and later the had also ordered for it," Siddiqui said today.

The former loyalist had last week, in a press conference, expressed similar sentiments saying "I have come to know that her (Mayawati's) gang of criminals have got into action and my people have advised me to exercise caution".

A day after his expulsion from BSP, Siddiqui had alleged of demanding Rs 50 crore from him and making objectionable remarks against Muslims, charges which the supremo trashed while calling him a "blackmailer".

A person getting 'Z category' security is protected by paramilitary force personnel round the clock.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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