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No mafia candidates, wants rule of law, by law in UP- Mayawati

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) will not field 'bahubalis’ or mafia candidates in the upcoming crucial Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The party chief Mayawati also announced that jailed gangster-turned-politician Mukhtar Ansari will not be given a party ticket from Mau again. In a tweet she said that  the decision has been taken in order to meet people’s criteria and meet their expectations and so I appeal to the party in charge to take special care while selecting the party’s candidates so that if the government is formed, there is no problem in taking action against such elements.

Mayawati stressed for rule of law,  by law'  and time has come  change Uttar Pradesh’s image now. Mayawati added that the BSP should be known as the government that follows the philosophy of 'Sarvajan Hitay and Sarvajan Sukhay' or universal good. Mayawati has asked party workers to work on a war footing to expand the party’s base among the ‘sarv samaj’. While addressing the Intellectuals' conference she  has also said a high-level inquiry will be set up to probe the “wrong actions” taken by the BJP government against the Brahmin community if her party came to power in the state next year.


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