A day after he was expelled from the BSP, Naseemuddin Siddiqui today alleged that Mayawati had demanded Rs 50 crore from him and made objectionable remarks against Muslims.
At a crowded press conference here, an angry Siddiqui claimed that he had enough material to cause an “earthquake”.
He also claimed that there was a threat to his life.
Rebutting the charges levelled against him by the BSP yesterday, Siddiqui played six audio clippings of his “telephonic conversations” with Mayawati to support his allegation that he was asked to pay Rs 50 crore by selling his property.
Siddiqui said he was in possession of 150 such audio clippings.
“She (Mayawati) was sore after the dismal showing of the BSP in the recent Assembly elections and termed Muslims as betrayers for not voting for the party,” he alleged.
Accusing the BSP supremo of having referred to “bearded Muslims as dogs”, Siddiqui claimed he had objected to the remark.