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BSP ready for early LS polls: Mayawati

BSP ready for early LS polls: Mayawati
BSP president Mayawati said that the country was going through a phase of political uncertainty and her party was well prepared to go for the Lok Sabha polls, which could be held ahead of schedule.

‘The early Lok Sabha polls are on the cards but be it early or held on schedule, the Bahujan Samaj Party is already prepared for polls,’ she said, while addressing her party office-bearers, MPs and MLAs at a meeting here on Wednesday.

Expressing satisfaction over the organisational activities of her party, the former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said that she would review it at the end of this month and assign jobs in view of the Lok Sabha elections. She further added that a special drive, in order to broaden party base in the state and elsewhere, would be launched from 1 May,

Mayawati directed the party workers to spend as much time as possible in the constituencies towards striking a rapport with the people. ‘The work in this direction has so far been done with right amount of sincerity and seriousness,’ she said.

The BSP supremo said that the people of the country were fed up with inflation, corruption and unemployment and as a result were totally disenchanted with the performance of United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. ‘Such situation indicates towards an early Lok Sabha polls in the country’, she claimed.  

Coming down heavily on the Akhilesh-led Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh, the former state chief minister termed its tenure as a 'total' failure. The law and order in the state was at its lowest ebb and development work had taken a back seat, she added.

The BSP leader said that all sections of the society were aggrieved under the SP regime, which had been running the government for its 'pleasure' rather than taking care of public welfare.

‘The people of the state are definitely going to teach SP a lesson in the coming polls, as this is already being discussed in the political circles,’ she stated.

She exhorted her party members to dedicate themselves in the party activities relentlessly in helping the BSP achieve its highest-ever number of Lok Sabha seats in next general elections. She also urged her party workers to try to connect with people from all sections and castes in the party's endeavour to achieve their goal.
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