April 20, 2024

Mayawati leads charge as BSP gears up for Lok Sabha Elections

Ms. Mayawati is spearheading efforts to independently navigate the upcoming Lok Sabha general elections.

Ms. Mayawati is spearheading efforts to independently navigate the upcoming Lok Sabha general elections.

Ms. Mayawati is spearheading efforts to independently navigate the upcoming Lok Sabha general elections.

In a strategic move to bolster the party’s grassroots support, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) National President, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and former MP, Ms. Mayawati, is spearheading efforts to independently navigate the upcoming Lok Sabha general elections. A special meeting convened today brought together all district presidents and senior officials of the party to conduct a comprehensive review of programs and preparations in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Emphasizing the unwavering commitment and dedication of the Bahujan Samaj towards the party and its movement, Mayawati called upon everyone to unite in their efforts. The aim is to secure substantial results in the Lok Sabha elections, ensuring the genuine welfare and upliftment of the millions of poor and neglected members of society. She stressed the need for tangible outcomes rather than mere rhetoric.

Mayawati addressed the party’s organizational preparedness for the Lok Sabha elections in UP and Uttarakhand, discussing candidate selection and plans after an intensive tour involving public meetings in these states. She highlighted the rapidly changing political landscape due to what she characterized as narrow, casteist, and anti-people policies of the country’s governments. Mayawati expressed the belief that people are inclined towards a multi-cornered struggle, challenging the dominance of any single party.

Anticipating an interesting and conflict-filled Lok Sabha election, Mayawati asserted that the BSP would play a crucial role. She urged party members to work diligently and sincerely, following the guidelines provided, to achieve positive results. Mayawati emphasized that such success would not only strengthen Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s “Self-Respect and Self-Respect Movement and its Causes” in states like UP but also across the entire country.

Mayawati envisioned freedom from oppression, atrocities, discrimination, and second-class citizenship for millions of Dalits, tribals, other backward classes, and religious minorities, particularly the Muslim community. However, she cautioned that opposition parties and their governments might employ various tactics to undermine Bahujan unity and solidarity, requiring a vigilant and resilient response from the BSP.

The BSP, under Mayawati’s leadership, is gearing up for a dynamic and impactful role in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, aiming to champion the cause of the marginalised and oppressed communities.

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