The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said her party has had a bitter experience of aligning with other parties in the past and therefore will contest alone in UP elections next year
Will have nothing to do with BSP,' says Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav
An appeal is to the voters to make the BSP candidates successful, so that the right political message goes to the rivals: BSP Supremo
Though Mayawati has always been critical of Chandrashekhar -- even calling him the B team of the BJP, this is the first time the Bhim Army Chief has mounted an attack on the BSP President.
BSP supremo and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister has announced that her party will fight all major elections on its own, ostensibly ruling out any future alliance with Samajwadi Party
After the general elections, Mayawati had announced her decision that the BSP will contest the upcoming by-elections in Uttar Pradesh alone, ditching her alliance partner Akhilesh Yadav
Keshav Prasad Maurya's claim was similar to what Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said in September 2018 as the BJP president while addressing the party leaders in the national executive meeting in New Delhi.
'I studied engineering in Mysore. As a science student, I know that all experiments do not always succeed. But still we give it a trial and learn what is lacking,' said Akhilesh while talking to reporters in Lucknow.
In the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, the SP-BSP alliance could only manage to get 15 seats in Uttar Pradesh while the BJP walked away with 62 seats, while its ally Apna Dal won 2.
After drawing a blank in the 2014 general election, the Bahujan Samaj Party this time round won a decent 10 of the 38 seats that it contested as part of the alliance in Uttar Pradesh.
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The campaign has been launched to ensure a high percentage of polling in the Prime Minister's constituency on May 19.
Samajwadi Party (SP) president, Akhilesh Yadav alleged that 'red cards' were being issued only to SP and BSP leaders and workers, and accused the BJP of conspiring to scare people against voting.
In Phulpur, wherefrom Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru won the first three Lok Sabha elections, the BJP has fielded former zila panchayat chief Keshri Devi Patel, while Pankaj Niranjan is fighting from the Congress with Pandhari Yadav forming the third corner of this triangular contest.
BSP supremo Mayawati said that ever since the 'mahagathbandhan' was formed to take on the saffron party, ‘BJP leaders have lost their sleep.’
Urging the voters not to get confused and back the alliance candidates, BSP supremo Mayawati accused the prime minister of trying to create a rift in SP-BSP alliance.
Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav has termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi as '180 degree' PM, saying Modi does the opposite of what he says
BJP leader Varun Gandhi, while campaigning for his mother Maneka Gandhi in Sultanpur, Uttar Pradesh in a reference to the SP-BSP candidate said 'I get my shoelaces untied by such people'
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