BJP will go out of Power, their Natakbaazi and jumlebaazi won’t work, Says BSP Supremo Mayawati in Delhi

Prerit Chauhan (Photo-Video) Lokesh Goswami Tennews New Delhi :

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New Delhi: Ahead of Lok Sabha Polls in the National capital. Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Friday held a rally at Ramlila Maidan, opposite GTB Hospital, in northeast Delhi.



BSP has fielded Sanjay Gehlot (East Delhi), Rajvir Singh (North East Delhi), Sita Sharan (West Delhi), Shahid Ali (Chandni Chowk) and Siddhant Gautam (South Delhi).

Addressing a poll rally in Delhi, the former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister requested people to vote for her party in the General elections. she said no development was carried out for minorities, Dalits and backward castes in the last five years.Their condition was no different during the Congress’ rule, she said.

“The BJP will go out of power. Their Natak baazi and jumlebaazi won’t work. This chowkidari won’t work. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised acche din but he hasn’t fulfilled even one-fourth of them.GST and demonetisation was implemented without proper planning and this has increased poverty,” Mayawati said.

She further said, “Modi and BJP President Amit Shah have tried every tactics to see to it that the gathbandhan between her party, the Samajwadi Party and Rashtriya Lok Dal, does not win.Narendra Modi’s ‘chowkidari’ is making the rich wealthier: Mayawati
Addressing a rally in support of her party candidates in Northeast Delhi, Mayawati said no development was carried out for minorities, Dalits and backward castes in the last five years.”

“Modi and Amit Shah have tried every trick in the book to stop the BSP-SP-RLD alliance from wining,” Mayawati said adding the promise of ‘achche din’ by the BJP in its manifesto has remained unfulfilled just like in the case of Congress party. while Congress was in a bad shape in Uttar Pradesh, the BJP was in a “worst” condition in the state.” added Mayawati.

While speakin to Ten News BSP supporters shown some disappointment,
As They were told that Mayawati would come at 10 but the BSP Supremo came around 3.”

When asked about Mayawatis chances to become PM, some of his supporters said, “the chances are 50-50 but our full support is for Mayawati ji.”

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