Mayawati rolls-out 2014 campaign; targets Congress and Samajwadi Party

Latest political news said Bahujan Samaj Party [BSP] chief Mayawati on Tuesday rolled-out her campaign for the upcoming 2014 General Elections at a rally in Lukhnow.

The former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Mayawati lashing out at the Congress and the ruling party Samajwadi Party [SP].

During her speech, she said that these two parties are anti-Dalit and such parties will get her support.

She added that her party supporters should not forget their leader Kanshi Ram and his contribution for the Dalit community.

Mayawati said, “I welcome all the BSP workers who have come from across the country. I condemn the Congress for not announcing a holiday on the death of Kanshi Ram. The central government and the state government are anti-Dalit.”

Mayawati said that Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and his family members have been working in farmland and not like leader BR AMbedkar.

She further targets Uttar Pradesh government for ignoring welfare of Dalits, she said, “The SP government has not done anything for the Yadav community and the Muslims. We have never discriminated against the Yadav community or the Muslim community,” she said. She attacked the state government for the deteriorating law and order situation. “Women are not safe in UP anymore. No work is done without paying bribes. During my government in UP, we maintained peace, law and order.”

Mayawait accused SP with corruption charges, she said, “We provided employment opportunities to the jobless instead of paying them. The promise of giving laptops or tabs to students will end up in these being sold at shops.”


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