BSP Chief Mayawati announces to contest all elections alone in the future

Mayawati on Sunday brought back her younger brother Anand as the party’s vice president and appointed nephew Akash Anand as the national coordinator.

Written by June 24, 2019 12:10

New Delhi : Bahujan Samaj Party Chief, Mayawati today took to Twitter to announce that her party will contest all elections alone in the future, , completely breaking ties with the Samajwadi Party.

“The Samajwadi Party’s behaviour after Lok Sabha polls forced us to think if it would be possible to defeat BJP by continuing the alliance. We came to a conclusion that it was not possible. Therefore, in the interest of the party and the movement, BSP will now fight all the small and big elections on its own,” Mayawati tweeted.

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The development comes after Mayawati had removed election coordinators of six states and two state presidents on Sunday, following the poor show in the Lok Sabha elections.

In the series of Tweet, Mayawati said:

Akhilesh didn’t call Mayawati after alliance’s poor performance

BSP Chief Mayawati told party leaders on sunday that SP Chief Akhilesh Yadav didn’t call her up after alliance’s poor performance in the Lok Sabha Elections.

She also attacked former ally Akhilesh of working against non-Yadav and backward communities, resulting in the alliance’s Lok Sabha poll debacle.

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Mayawati gives key BSP posts to brother, nephew

Mayawati on Sunday brought back her younger brother Anand as the party’s vice president and appointed nephew Akash Anand as the national coordinator.

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