UP Politics: Mayawati becomes active before elections, this special plan made for victory

Publish Date: 23 Oct, 2022 |

After the last assembly elections, the BSP, which was seen being marginalized in the politics of UP, has once again started preparing for a comeback. Party supremo Mayawati is taking decisions continuously. Recently, she made the entry of Muslim leader Imran Masood from western UP into the BSP, which was seen as a big challenge for the Samajwadi Party. 

On Saturday, she called a meeting of all the divisional in-charges of the party in Lucknow and made it clear that in the upcoming civic and Loksabha elections, BSP will enter the fray with full strength. The BSP is preparing to surprise the political pundits of UP with the Dalit plus Muslim vote formula.

What did Mayawati Said?

While talking on election preparation, Mayawati said that emphasis should be laid on holding small cadre meetings for the missionary work of the party. He said that people's experience of handing over power to BJP to get 'achhe din' was very bad and people are saddened by it. On the issue of RSS's population policy and conversion, Mayawati said that all of them are chanting disharmony to divert attention from inflation, poverty, unemployment, violence, tension. This is a well-thought-out strategy to divert attention from the failure of the BJP government. Mayawati also raised questions on the law and order of the state.

BSP starts preparations of Lok Sabha elections

BSP is now busy in preparations for civic and Lok Sabha elections. On Saturday, Mayawati called the party's soldiers to the headquarters. It is believed that this meeting was called to brainstorm on the preparations for the civic body and the Lok Sabha elections. Considering the civic elections as the semi-final of 2024, every political party is preparing for it. The BSP is also seeing this as a new possibility for itself.


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