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How did BSP lose? Mayawati placed her hand on Akash Anand’s head and started churning.

Nita Yadav

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Mayawati and Akash Anand

A meeting of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national officers is being held in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. Mayawati’s nephew Akash Anand has also attended this meeting. The BSP president has once again activated him in the organization. During the Lok Sabha elections, Mayawati brought Akash Anand to the floor calling him immature, but now Mayawati’s strategy towards Akash seems different.

Mayawati had earlier named Akash Anand as her political successor, but dropped him as her successor during the Lok Sabha election campaign. He was also removed from the post of National Coordinator. At the very beginning of the meeting, he placed his hand on Akash Anand’s forehead and blessed him. After this, speculations have started that he may be given a big post in the party again in the next few months.

Akash Anand has been made the second star campaigner in Uttarakhand by-election. Mayawati is at number one. This makes it clear that Mayawati has once again made a strategy to bet on her nephew. This time the BSP has suffered a big blow in the Lok Sabha elections and the party has not won a single seat.

Attempts to woo Dalit voters

BSP is meeting with the presidents of all the states of the country including UP. National level officials have also participated in this. The meeting is considering what happened in the Lok Sabha elections that its candidate could not win a single seat, where did the mistake happen, the BSP is trying to find answers to these questions. Apart from this, Chandrashekhar Azad who won from Nagina Lok Sabha seat is also a big challenge for the party.

The party is now trying to save its Dalit vote bank. Chandrasekhar Azad’s stature is steadily growing in western UP and he is gaining a good hold among Dalits. The Dalit community was Mayawati’s original vote bank, which is now dissipating her. Dalit voters are moving away from Mayawati to other parties.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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