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Uttar Pradesh: BJP leaders showed ‘No Entry’ in village adopted by BJP MP

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BJP leaders showed 'No Entry' in village adopted by BJP MP

A village in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida put out a public note on a stand board specifically for the Bharatiya Janata Party leaders barring them from entering into the village. The irony is that the village Kachhora is a hamlet adopted by one of the BJP leader Dr Mahesh Sharma.

Dr Mahesh is a Union Minister in Bharatiya Janata party government and a Member of Parliament from Gautam Buddha Nagar. He has adopted the village with broken infrastructure with a pledge to bring development to the village.

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The villagers are allegedly annoyed over the Greater Noida-Webb City plan and have been protesting against its development. Reportedly the farmers of Kachhora have been demanding incumbent compensation for the land taken by the government to develop Webb City in the area.

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To suppress the protest, state police of Badlapur police station made an arrest of few village farmers following which, the villagers pulled up a stand board saying that the BJP leaders are prohibited from entering the village which also mentions the fact that the village is adopted by a BJP leader and MP Mahesh Sharma.