The Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party, which won 19 seats in the last assembly election, currently retains only 7 MLAs.
Bahujan Samaj Party.
I have to say that now is not the time for Mayawati, who was once the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Mayawati, one of India’s notable female political figures, tops the list.
In Uttar Pradesh, India’s largest state, politics against the major parties is no easy task. In such an environment, Mayawati, who rose to become the Chief Minister, has been seeing bitter pages in her political career in recent times.
MLAs preparing to join Akhilesh Yadav’s party.
The Mayawati-led BJP, which won 19 seats in the last assembly elections, currently retains only 7 MLAs.
Mayawati has expelled 11 MLAs from the party in the last few months alone for engaging in anti-party activities. Many MLAs have raised the banner against Mayawati.
In the run-up to next year’s assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati’s party has created a stir in the political arena.
Nine Bahujan Samaj MLAs have met Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav at his residence in Lucknow. It is rumored that they may soon join the Samajwadi Party.
Mayawati dissatisfied with efforts to dilute Bahujan Samaj ahead of elections.
Meanwhile, BJP’s assembly committee chairman Lalji Verma has been expelled from the party this month.
The 12 MLAs led by Lalji have met the Speaker and submitted a letter asking him to consider himself as a separate group or party.
Due to this, the MLAs have been involved in activities against the BJP. Mayawati dissatisfied with efforts to dilute Bahujan Samaj ahead of elections
Lalji and Ram Achal Rajbar, who were expelled from the party, are both founding leaders of the Bahujan Samaj. According to reports, Lalji has internet in Akhilesh Yadav’s party and Rajpar in BJP.
It is noteworthy that one MLA of the Bahujan Samaj resigned from the post after winning the parliamentary election.