Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Saturday promised that if the BSP forms the government in Uttar Pradesh after next year’s assembly elections, it will not act with “vengeance” and will not stop the projects and schemes launched at present. BJP Government in the state, including religious people in Ayodhya, Varanasi, Mathura.
“In Ayodhya, Varanasi, Mathura and other religious places, the public welfare works started by this government in the footsteps of the previous BSP governments will not be stopped with vengeance, but will be completed.”
Giving the example of West Bengal assembly elections, let us say that Mamata BanerjeeMayawati said that the Trinamool Congress performed contrary to all the pre-poll surveys, and such surveys do nothing but mislead the people before the election, Mayawati also said that her party has asked the Election Commission to collect six polls from all the states. months before the pre-election survey would be urging to be banned. Election.
Addressing a massive rally in Lucknow on the occasion of BSP founder Kanshi Ram’s death anniversary, Mayawati said her party does not announce election manifesto but gives a glimpse into the road map ahead of the next state elections. Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Uttarakhand.
While he did not support the BJP and opposition parties like Samajwadi Party, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which is trying to carve a niche in UP, Mayawati asked people not to waste their votes on other smaller organisations, and warned that it would take the BJP back to power.
Warning the BSP workers that efforts would be made to harm the party from the time the election dates were announced till the last vote was cast, he asked them not to be misled. The BSP chief said, “We will soon write to the Election Commission and urge them to ban surveys by all agencies whenever there are assembly elections in a state – from six months before the election to the completion of the polling process -” So that the elections are not affected.”
Criticizing the pre-poll surveys, Mayawati said, “Bengal is estimated to be behind Mamata Banerjee in all surveys, ahead of the election results. But the results turned a blind eye to those dreaming of coming to power, as the TMC won with a thumping majority. So you should not come under the purview of such surveys.”
After some senior BSP leaders recently joined the SP, Mayawati, without naming any party, asked her supporters “not to be misled by such parties which encourage people from other parties to expand their clan”. brings”.
Accusing the ruling BJP of trying to give a “communal colour” to most issues, he said, “they can eventually turn the elections into a Hindu-Muslim issue and reap political gains).