Uttar Pradesh

UP: Mayawati said – BSP will campaign to connect Brahmins, I hope they will not vote for BJP

BSP chief Mayawati said- A campaign will be launched from Ayodhya on July 23 to connect the Brahmin community under the leadership of party general secretary SC Mishra.

Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati is starting a campaign to connect Brahmins with her party in the assembly elections going to be held in Uttar Pradesh next year. He himself has announced it.Also Read – UP: Priyanka Gandhi met SP woman leader, she was misbehaved during the block chief election

BSP chief Mayawati today said on Sunday, I have full hope that Brahmins will not vote for BJP in the next assembly elections. A campaign will be launched from Ayodhya on 23 July to connect the Brahmin community under the leadership of BSP General Secretary SC Mishra and assure them that their interests are safe under BSP rule. Also Read – If Shiromani Akali Dal-BSP government is formed then a Deputy Chief Minister will be Hindu: Sukhbir Singh Badal

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BSP President Mayawati said, the opposition parties should come together and hold the central government accountable. The apathy of the government towards the farmers who are opposing the three agricultural laws is very sad. BSP MPs will take up matters related to fuel and cooking gas prices, inflation and COVID vaccination in Parliament.

Let us tell you that Mayawati had earlier also got the support of Brahmins to come to power in UP and came to the government. This time in UP, the efforts of the BSP chief to woo the Brahmins have started again.

At the same time, the BSP Chief said – It is necessary to create all kinds of pressure on the Center in Parliament regarding the demands of the farmers. Due to the increasing unemployment in the country due to wrong economic and other policies of the central government, due to the skyrocketing of inflation, many difficulties have arisen in front of the people.

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