Lok Sabha Polls 2019: BSP Chief Mayawati in Nagpur warns voters of fake promises by BJP and Congress

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Campaigning in Nagpur at the headquarters of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), on Friday, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief, Mayawati ensured the voters to be sure about the Political party they vote, disparaging both, The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Congress, as parties that make false promises to influence the voters. She criticized BJP for unfulfilled promises and Congress for its minimum Income Scheme.

Mayawati was speaking at a poll rally for BSP-Samajwadi Party (SP) alliance candidates Mohammad Jamal (from Nagpur Lok Sabha seat) and Subhash Gajbhiye (from Ramtek). Assuring the voters of her majority win in the Uttar Pradesh with the alliance of SP-BSP, Mayawati said she will have stunning results in the state.

In the election campaign, Mayawati addresses employment as the key problem of the people and said that her party if voted to power, will provide jobs in government as well as private sectors

In her rally, Mayawati guided the people to remember BR Ambedkar and his struggles for the state and country that should not go in vain. She asserted people to take the power in their hands with democracy as a tool to choose their political leader for the upliftment of the country.

Mayawati addressed the crowd saying that “the BJP government makes its, policies on instructions from the RSS which controls it from Nagpur.” She continued to stab BJP commenting that the party does not intend to increment the progress of the poor. The BJP is implementing the old systems that do not lead to any development of the poor.

Making her remark on the persecution of the violence that has remained intact, she exhorted the crowd saying that the party has done nothing to increase the rate of development. The policies implemented like GST and demonetization have hit the poor segments of the general category. The unemployment rate has increased and inflation is at its height.

Taking a hit on the other opposition party, Mayawati said that The Minimum income Scheme to poor families and ₹72,000 annual money to poor families under the scheme of anti-poverty Nyuntam Aay Yojana (Nyay) will not be enough to order permanent relief to the people of the country.

The SP-BSP-RLD alliance in the state might lead to a better result for Mayawati. In her address, she claimed that “the next prime minister will be decided by how our alliance fares.”

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