When CM Yogi Adityanath himself called BSP chief Mayawati, know the reason

Lucknow. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati is celebrating her 66th birthday on Saturday. BSP is celebrating his birthday as ‘Jan Kalyankari Diwas’. On this occasion, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath himself called former UP CM Mayawati and congratulated her. Earlier, CM Yogi tweeted and wrote, “Happy birthday and best wishes to the National President of Bahujan Samaj Party, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Ms. Mayawati ji. Praying to Lord Shri Ram for your good health and long life.

on this occasion Mayawati party office in Lucknow But will also release the 17th part of ‘My struggle life and travel of BSP movement’ and its English version. Let us tell you that there is a possibility that Mayawati may also release her first list of candidates for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections today. Significantly, on Thursday, the BSP had declared two leaders who had left the Congress and the RLD as candidates from two seats in western Uttar Pradesh.

Such has been the political career
Mayawati, who went through long experiences of political life, became an MP for the first time in 1989. In 1995, she became the first woman chief minister of a scheduled caste. His entry into politics was influenced by the ideology of Kanshi Ram. before entering politics Mayawati was a teacher. On 21 March 1997, Mayawati took over as the Chief Minister of UP for the second time. On 3 March 2002, Mayawati became the Chief Minister of UP for the third time and remained in office till 26 August 2002. On 13 May 2007, Mayawati took charge of the state for the fourth time and remained the Chief Minister till 14 March 2012.

Biggest challenge to save traditional vote bank
Mayawati, who is continuously losing elections, faces the challenge of saving the Dalit vote bank. Bhim Army President Chandrashekhar Azad are also. Surrounded by all-round challenges, Mayawati is surrounded by many allegations ranging from familyism. There is no doubt that since 2012 elections have been held to win, Mayawati’s attachment to her traditional vote bank has worked.


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