Demand a ban on polls before the elections
One should not fall into the trap of the various pre-poll surveys presented by the media, said BSP chief Mayawati.
Lucknow: Launching her campaign for the 2022 Assembly polls on the anniversary of the death of Party founder Bahujan Samaj (BSP) Kanshi Ram, BSP leader Mayawati on Saturday demanded a ban on media polls for free and fair elections in 2022.
“We must not fall into the trap of the various pre-polls shown by the media. Unlike the polls projected in Bengal, the election results surprised everyone and the Trinamool Congressional government led by Mamata Banerjee has been formed.” Mayawati said when asking the polling organization. to prohibit such investigations.
Mayawati addressed a large rally at the Kanshi Ram Memorial in Lucknow after paying tribute to the late socialist leader.
Launching an attack on the BJP, the Samajwadi Party and Congress, the BSP leader said: “In the upcoming State Assembly polls, if the BSP government is formed in Uttar Pradesh, we focus on providing livelihoods to the poor and unemployed youth in the state. This will be the main subject of the BSP poll. “
Mayawati said that during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) forced workers to migrate from Uttar Pradesh and Delhi.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal failed to take the necessary steps to prevent migrant workers from traveling to their countries of origin. Now the AAP is trying to make big promises like providing free electricity to herald its political entry into Uttar Pradesh. PASB has not announced a new survey manifesto but will ensure that ongoing development projects are completed on time.
The BSP leader announced that her party would not declare an election manifesto, but said if the BSP government was formed in the state, her party would not stop development projects launched by the ruling BJP in Ayodhya, Varanasi and Mathura but would make sure to carry them out. . Whether there are projects related to the construction of roads and bridges, the work undertaken earlier under previous governments will be completed.
Mayawati said several small regional parties are fighting alone or are in alliance with major parties. They are only trying to indirectly benefit the ruling BJP. The BSP should be wary of these small regional parties. She said the Samajwadi party was only adding people with questionable distinctions to increase its numbers.
Mayawati said some people are trying to tarnish BSP’s image by projecting it as a weak team. “Such people should see the huge rally here. They should understand that BSP is still powerful,” she said.
She said all parties are trying to gain ground by invoking Hindu-Muslim community politics, so one should be wary of such parties. Today, atrocities against farmers angry at the central government have reached the highest level, of which the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri is a classic example.
The BSP chief said the people of Uttar Pradesh were determined to bring the party back to power. The people have already witnessed the mismanagement of the SP, Congress and BJP. BSP leaders must remain cautious of such cheap political tactics. In 2007, there was a majority government formed by the BSP in the state and had achieved the best performance in terms of the public order situation. The BJP, SP and Congress are making bogus promises to garner votes, she added.
All of the opposition parties are making big promises in their poll manifestos. Mayawati said:
“I call on the people of Uttar Pradesh not to waste their votes by voting for the BJP.”
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