Mayawati Holds Meeting of Party Cadre from Delhi, J&K, HP
In a bid to galvanize her party’s cadres, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo, Mayawati, held a key meeting with party leaders from three states – Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), and Himachal Pradesh (HP) – on Thursday.
The meeting was held via video conferencing and was attended by BSP leaders and workers from Delhi, J&K and HP. The aim of the meeting was to draw up strategies to strengthen the party’s base in these states and to prepare for the upcoming Assembly elections.
Key Points Raised During the Meeting
Mayawati stressed on the importance of the upcoming Assembly elections and urged party members to start preparations as soon as possible. During the meeting, she highlighted the need for her party to work towards winning a majority of the seats in the upcoming elections.
Mayawati also talked about the recent farm laws passed by the central government and said that farmers have suffered immensely due to them. She accused the government of being anti-farmer and anti-poor. The BSP supremo urged her party members to stand with the farmers and support their demands. She also criticized the central government for its handling of the farmers’ agitation and called for the repeal of the farm laws.
The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister also focused on the recent violence in West Bengal during the Assembly elections and called for the Election Commission to take swift action against those involved in the violence. She emphasized on the need for free and fair elections in the state.
Mayawati also appealed to party leaders and workers to highlight the achievements of the BSP-led UP government during the 2007-2012 tenure. She urged them to make people aware of the various schemes and programs launched by the government during that period.
Impact of the Meeting
The meeting was seen as an important step towards strengthening the BSP’s presence in the three states. The party has been struggling to gain a foothold in the Delhi, J&K and HP Assembly elections. The meeting was seen as an attempt by the party to turn the tide and emerge as a major player in these states.
The meeting came at a time when the political situation in the country is uncertain. The ongoing farmers’ agitation, the West Bengal elections and the rising COVID-19 cases have made things difficult for political parties. The BSP’s meeting was seen as an attempt by Mayawati to revive her party’s fortunes and emerge as a key player in national politics.
The BSP supremo’s meeting with party cadres from Delhi, J&K and HP was seen as a significant move towards strengthening the party’s base in these states. Mayawati’s focus on the upcoming Assembly elections and her call to support farmers has been welcomed by party workers. The meeting was seen as an attempt by the BSP to emerge as a major player in these states and in national politics. The party will now need to work hard to translate its intentions into actual victories in the upcoming elections.