When approached on the issue by reporters today in Patheria, she said: "Whatever Behen Ji (Mayawati) has seen in the media is a distorted version of the truth. I believe in the party's ideology and I will always support Behen Ji.
The BSP chief on Friday had said that her party does not believe in violence and destruction of public property.
Mayawati said: "Police in Uttar Pradesh and also in Delhi should take inspiration from Hyderabad Police, but unfortunately here criminals are treated like state guests, there is jungle raj in Uttar Pradesh right now. Hope the attitude changes for the better."
The Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) has emerged victorious in five constituencies and is ahead in five. Other parties like Indian National Lok Dal, Haryana Lokhit Party and Bahujan Samaj Party are leading on one seat respectively.
Mayawati has been a four-time Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and a member of both Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha.
The order will supersede the Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order, 1954 as amended from time to time. The notification also made clear that all the provisions of the Constitution as amended from time to time, shall apply in relation to the state of Jammu and Kashmir and the exceptions and modifications subject to which they shall so apply.
The reason behind mob lynching emerging as a terrible disease in the country is the intention and policy of the BJP government to not to establish a rule of law. Because of this now not only Dalits, Tribals and religious minorities but also people of society and even police are becoming a victim of the same
Mayawati on Sunday brought back her younger brother Anand as the party's vice president and appointed nephew Akash Anand as the national coordinator.
BSP Chief Mayawati's brother Anand Kumar was appointed as the vice-president of the party while nephew Akash Anand was made national coordinator. The party also elected Danish Ali as the leader of BSP in Lok Sabha.
A Varanasi court on Saturday sent BSP MP Atul Rai to 14-days judicial custody for questioning in connection with a rape case.