Mulayam may get relief in infamous 'Guest House Case', legal experts
Lucknow: An embattled Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav may get some relief in infamous 'Guest House Incident' of 1995 as the people of Uttar Pradesh, specially wait with bated breath ,the Supreme Court verdict in over 21 year-old case which had changed the course of political history in Uttar Pradesh.
According to some legal experts, Mulayam may receive solace as of the charges he had to face the Dalit act was already diluted while there was no direct witness to prove his physical involvement. The decision of the Apex Court which had heard the case for all these years will, however, have a telling effect on the politics of the state , timing of which coincided with the turmoil in the party and an atmosphere in view of next assembly elections.
The Guest House incident:
- On June 2, 1995, BSP MLAs were beaten and dragged by the SP leaders and workers in a Lucknow guesthouse.
- Mayawati was also attacked by them.
- Bharatiya Janata Party MLA Brahm Dutt Dwivedi had saved Mayawati by facing SP leaders single-handedly.
The incident had redefined the political scenario of Uttar Pradesh in 1995. The decision of the incident could bring some political upheaval as political experts suggest.