Lucknow: A cycle yatra was held today by the Samajwadi party to raise their voice against the alleged harassment of SP veteran Azam Khan and former chief minister of U.P. Akhilesh Yadav on the Maulana Mohammed Ali Jauhar University issue. The cycle journey ended at Lucknow Samajwadi Party State Headquarters. The agitation received massive public support. Welcoming hundreds of cyclists, Akhilesh Yadav congratulated them. He said that activists have suffered a lot. Many are hurt. The hard work of the youth will not go in vain. The public is ready to get rid of the BJP.
Notably on March 12, 2021, Akhilesh Yadav had flagged off the cycle tour from Mohammad Ali Jauhar University in Rampur. He himself cycled 12 km. The convener of this cycle tour was MLA Bilari Mohammad Fahim Irfan and co-convenor Jaivir Singh Yadav. MLC and there were other participants as well. The zeal of the young cyclists was worth seeing in this journey of 370 km. These travellers informed the public about the policies and programs of the Samajwadi Party and the achievements of the Samajwadi Party government and also informed about the torture of Jauhar University and the family of Mohammad Azam Khan in the BJP government.
All the state presidents of youth organizations of Samajwadi Party were involved in this visit. State President of Samajwadi Yuvajan Sabha Arvind Giri, State President of Samajwadi Student Assembly. Digvijay Singh Dev, State President of Mulayam Singh Youth Brigade Anees Raja, State President of Socialist Lohia Vahini Dr. Ram Karan Nirmal in addition to. Neha Yadav and Bharti Chauhan
Notable among the youth who were involved in the cycle journey from Rampur to Lucknow were Sarvash Saurabh Yadav, Prof. Mohammad Shakir, Vishal Thakur, Wasim Akram, Ravindra Yadav, Muninder Pratap Singh, Satveer, Sumit, Nitin, Kasim Ali, Dr. Vikas Chaudhary, Mukesh Singh , Dinesh, Arjun, Ali Mumta Saifi, Maqsood Khan etc.
The cycle journey ended at Samajwadi Party office in collaboration with District President Lucknow Jaysingh Jayant and Metropolitan President Sushil Dixit.