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Mayawati Says We Will Not Make Alliance With Any Party In Up Election 2022.

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: ishwar ashish
Updated Tue, 09 Nov 2021 04:33 PM IST

Summary

BSP supremo Mayawati said that seeing the elections approaching, the BJP government is inaugurating and laying the foundation stone for half-completed schemes. People will not fall in their trap.

BSP supremo Mayawati.
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BSP supremo Mayawati said that we will not enter into an electoral agreement with any party for the 2022 UP assembly elections and will fight alone. He said that we will form an alliance with the people and form the government in the state.

He said that seeing the elections approaching, BJP is laying the foundation stone and dedicating government schemes in a hurry. These plans are only half-finished. People will not fall in their trap.

He also targeted Congress and SP and said that Congress is also on the path of BJP, so it is continuously making populist announcements. Had he fulfilled even 50 per cent of his promises while in power, he would not have been out of power at the Center today. Mayawati said that the public will not believe the election promises of SP and will not vote for them.

Mayawati also targeted UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and said that like the CM of UP, I also do not have a family but I have not become a sanyasi by wearing any dress. My family is people of all religions and I take care of everyone. Yogi has focused his attention only on the people of a particular caste of a religion. Said that if my brothers and sisters and relatives come selflessly for the purpose of serving in politics, then finger should not be raised by calling it familyism.

Mayawati said that in the assembly elections, the SP and the BJP have made it absolutely clear that both are intent on holding elections only on the Hindu Muslim issue. In fact, both are nutritious and complementary to each other. BSP is a party of Sarva Samaj and will work on the same agenda. He took a jibe at SP’s claim of winning 400 seats and BJP’s more than 300 seats and said that on this childish claim, the Election Commission will have to increase the number of seats in UP to 1000. The intentions of both are clear.

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BSP supremo Mayawati said that we will not enter into an electoral agreement with any party for the 2022 UP assembly elections and will fight alone. He said that we will form an alliance with the people and form the government in the state.

He said that seeing the elections approaching, BJP is laying the foundation stone and dedicating government schemes in a hurry. These plans are only half-finished. People will not fall in their trap.

He also targeted Congress and SP and said that Congress is also on the path of BJP, so it is continuously making populist announcements. Had he fulfilled even 50 per cent of his promises while in power, he would not have been out of power at the Center today. Mayawati said that the public will not believe the election promises of SP and will not vote for them.

Mayawati also targeted UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and said that like the CM of UP, I also do not have a family but I have not become a sanyasi by wearing any dress. My family is people of all religions and I take care of everyone. Yogi has focused his attention only on the people of a particular caste of a religion. Said that if my brothers and sisters and relatives come selflessly for the purpose of serving in politics, then finger should not be raised by calling it familyism.

Mayawati said that in the assembly elections, the SP and the BJP have made it absolutely clear that both are intent on holding elections only on the Hindu Muslim issue. In fact, both are nutritious and complementary to each other. BSP is a party of Sarva Samaj and will work on the same agenda. He took a jibe at SP’s claim of winning 400 seats and BJP’s more than 300 seats and said that on this childish claim, the Election Commission will have to increase the number of seats in UP to 1000. The intentions of both are clear.

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