No one will migrate if BSP comes to power, promises Mayawati
Moradabad: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati on Friday promised to get rid of the migration issue if her party comes to power in Uttar Pradesh.
Addressing an election rally in Majhola constituency here, she said, "If BSP will come to power in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, no one will have to migrate from their native lands, and the female government employees will be posted nearby their homes."
Attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government, Mayawati said, "Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done nothing for the poor labourers. There is a massive outrage among people over the wrong policies of the central government."
"All promises made by BJP during 2014 Lok Sabah election campaign have proved to be fake. They have not yet fulfilled one fourth of their commitments," she added.
She condemned the Centre's order of demonetisation, saying, "A number of people lost their jobs across the country due to the senseless move."
She appealed people not to get misled by the promises of BJP, which the party made in its manifesto, saying that people will suffer if the Amit Shah-led party will come to power in the state.
Taking a dig at the internal tiff in the Yadav clan, the BSP chief claimed that the two sections of the Samajwadi Party will work against each other, which would result in their defeat. "Congress has joined hands with SP which has always been against the rights of minorities," she added.
What promises Mayawati made during her address?
- Will eradicate goondaism from the state.
- The cases of innocent people, who have been put behind bars, will be heard on priority basis.
- Farmers will be given better price for their crops.
- Will also restore the names of the districts and government schemes which have been changes by the Samajwadi Party during their regime.
- Will provide the youth with as much job opportunities as possible.
- In place of distributing laptops and mobiles, we will help the people financially.
- Poor people will get ration at lowest possible prices.