Mayawati announces, "BSP not to contest Zila Panchayat Elections in UP"

In a press conference on Monday, she said that the BSP will not contest the district panchayat elections. Mayawati said that I want to say clearly that if this election was transparent, we would have definitely fought.

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Published on 28 Jun 2021 8:16 AM GMT

Mayawati announces, BSP not to contest Zila Panchayat Elections in UP
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New Delhi: Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party President Mayawati has made a big announcement before the Uttar Pradesh District Panchayat elections.

Mayawati on Zila Panchayat Election:

In a press conference on Monday, she said that the BSP will not contest the district panchayat elections. Mayawati said that I want to say clearly that if this election was transparent, we would have definitely fought.

Along with this, Mayawati said that the news of our alliance with AIMIM is completely wrong. Even though we are not contesting the Zilla Panchayat elections, we are fully active. We are having regular meetings. We are preparing vigorously for the assembly elections.

She said that in the next assembly elections, the BSP government will be formed in Uttar Pradesh. To save everyone in UP, BSP will have to be brought to power. When the BSP government is formed in the state, the district panchayat president will himself join the BSP.

She said that the people of the party have been instructed that instead of spending their time and energy in this election, they should invest in strengthening the organization of the party and increasing the base of the party in the society.

Mayawati said that the people of BSP should be alert from the gimmicks. We broke away from the SP government in 1995, the Bharatiya Janata Party is also like the SP. Various rumors are being spread against the BSP, from which everyone should stay away.

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