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Lucknow, Nov 23 : The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will highlight the works done by erstwhile Mayawati government. She last ruled the state between 2007 and 2012.
A leaflet of the works done during her four regimes has been prepared.
Former UP CM and BSP national president Mayawati told reporters at the party office that this leaflet will be delivered to the common people so that people can know that BSP will get development work done on the same lines, if comes to power in 2022.
Mayawati said that in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections this time the results will be same as in the year 2007.
She said that no government has worked like the BSP regime. She said that the development works BSP did while in power from 2007 to 2012 was extreme and they will seek support from the public only by promoting them.
She called upon the party workers to prepare for the elections.
BSP president said that the party does not issue manifesto, but believes in doing it. BSP has done maximum development after independence of the country.
Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati said that the In-charges of the 86 reserved assembly seats have been called today here at the state party headquarters and a brainstorming session was carried out with them to make strategy for the upcoming polls.
“Besides, I am talking to the office bearers of all 75 districts and carrying reviews as well,” she added.
Mayawati said that she will personally review the preparations for the polls, along with the party’s General Secretary Satish Mishra, who has been given the responsibility to review and prepare a new equation for the inclusion of Brahmins in all these seats.
Elaborating about the pamphlets of achievements of the past BSP government, she said this will be distributed in every villages across the state.
Mayawati said that the development works done by her government are being claimed by the SP and BJP as their own. In such a situation, it is very important to reach out to the people, she added.
BSP Chief Mayawati said that the central government has withdrawn three agricultural laws, but the government should sit with the farmer organisations and solve their problems so that the farmers can happily go back to their homes and do their work. The central government should not hang this matter too much.