BSP to go alone in Lok Sabha polls, reiterates Mayawati

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Lucknow, Aug 23: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President Mayawati on Wednesday again reiterated that she would go alone in Lok Sabha polls to be held in 2024.

 Mayawati chaired a meeting in Lucknow in view of the Lok Sabha elections. Her nephew Akash Anand was also present in the meeting.

“The party has suffered losses instead of gains while being a part of any alliance. That's why the party will fight the elections alone,” she asserted.

Mayawati said, “In earlier elections, the party suffered losses instead of gains while being in alliance with any party, because the vote of BSP got transferred to the other alliance partner. But other parties neither have the right intention nor have the capacity to transfer their votes to BSP. Due to this, the morale of the party workers and leaders get affected. Because of this, our party maintains equal distance from both ruling and opposition alliances.”

She also condemned the BJP's casteist and communal politics. “BJP is not only losing its influence but also its mass base. This process is going to continue further. Due to this, the Lok Sabha elections instead of being one-sided, will prove to be very interesting and will give a new twist to the politics of the country.”

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