Mayawati asks BSP workers to expand the party base

LUCKNOW: Bahujan Samaj Party supreme Mayawati On Sunday he held a meeting of those responsible for his party's office to discuss ways and means of expanding the party base.

During the meeting, held at the office of her party's Uttar Pradesh unit here, Mayawati also asked her party workers to observe the death anniversary of the architect of Constitution Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar at large scale.

The anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar's death falls on December 6.

In the state capital, Lucknow, people will pay their taxes at the historic Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Samajik Parivartan Sthal, which was built by the BSP, while people in other parts of the state will pay their taxes to Babasaheb in their respective areas, he said. the BSP in a statement.

At the meeting, a call was made to make the program a great success, the statement said.

At the meeting, deliberations were held and instructions were issued to increase the party's voter base in the country, said a statement issued by the BSP.

Discussions were also held on the current political scene in the country.

Along with discussions about the recent political events in Maharashtra, deliberations were also held on the elections to the assembly in Jharkhand and the next elections to the assembly in Delhi.

There is a big difference between the words and the actions of the government. This is very dangerous for the public interest, the statement said.

Referring to GST and demonetisation, BSP chief Mayawati in the statement, said, GST and were imposed upon the country in a hurried and in an immature manner, and it is the result of this that there is economic recession and widespread unemployment in the country. This has affected normal life in the country.

She added: The BJP, like Congress, has made the lives of more than 125 people in this country miserable in every way and is extremely worrying.

The birthday of BSP chief Mayawati, which falls on January 15 will be celebrated as Jankalyankaari Diwas, the party statement said.