[ad_1] While addressing a conference of Brahmins recently, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati said she will take care of the dignity, glory and livelihood of Brahmins and provide them proper representation in the party and the government. The BSP is trying hard to form a Dalit-Brahmin social alliance for the UP assembly election in 2022.
[ad_1] Express News Service LUCKNOW: Caste will play a major role in the 2022 UP assembly elections. This is manifested by the fact that players in the UP political landscape are scrambling to woo voters by organising conclaves focussed on specific castes. While BSP has just done with the Brahmin sammelans to revive its Brahmin-Dalit
[ad_1] The pro-Dalit party embarking on a ‘Brahmin Mission’ indicates the party’s attempt to retry their tried-and-tested formula of wooing the Brahmin-Dalit combo to win back power. Bahujan Samaj Party national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra has alleged that Brahmins and Dalits are suffering under the current Yogi Adityanath government and said that they want
[ad_1] LUCKNOW: In her first public appearance in the run-up to UP assembly polls next year, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati would be addressing the final ‘prabudh sammelan’ in Lucknow on September 7. BSP’s general secretary and national media coordinator Satish Chandra Mishra confirmed that the party chief would address the sammelan on September 7.
[ad_1] When Kalyan Singh was made chief minister in June 1991 of India’s politically crucial state Uttar Pradesh, it was an audacious gamble. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had swept to power in the state for the first time, more than doubling its seats in the Assembly. After three decades now, this may not seem
[ad_1] The BSP had benefited the most from the Brahmin vote in 2007 and is desperate to repeat the experiment. The influential 12 percent Brahmin voters in Uttar Pradesh have become a much sought-after community ahead of the 2022 assembly elections. Sensing that the community is not happy with the Yogi Adityanath government and is
[ad_1] With assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh (UP) less than a year away, all political parties have begun putting in place their strategies. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) is trying to woo Brahmins once again after 14 years. The party has decided to hold a series of Prabuddh Sammelans (conference of enlightened people) across the
[ad_1] Lucknow: While the BSP’s eye-catching sammelans to woo Brahmins as part of its social engineering programme hog the limelight, the party is also silently working on the ground to reach out to another crucial segment of voters in UP – the other backward classes (OBCs). However, for a party that has lost many senior
[ad_1] Lucknow: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) plans to replay the ‘social engineering’ formula (Dalit- Brahmin alliance) to regain power in the 2022 assembly elections. BSP chief Mayawati has called upon the Brahmin community to support the BSP in the coming assembly elections. “After forming government, the BSP will take care of their ( Brahmins’)