BSP has made a new plan to get power, the face of the party will change before the Lok Sabha elections

BSP made a new plan to get power The whole party will change before the Lok Sabha elections! The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), which once ruled Uttar Pradesh as a single entity, is currently representing its party in the assembly with just one MLA. The Bahujan Samaj Party, which once reached zero in the name of Lok Sabha seats, is currently representing in the Lok Sabha with its ten MPs.

, But in the coming elections, Bahujan Samaj Party has started preparing to bring this graph which has gone down. This is the reason why BSP supremo Mayawati and some selected leaders of the party have made many big plans for a complete makeover in the party. Leaders associated with the party say that before the coming Lok Sabha elections, the whole face of the party will be seen changed.

There will be major reshuffle in the party soon.

In fact, Bahujan Samaj Party is once again making new plans to get its lost base. A big decree has been issued for all kinds of reshuffle in the new schemes and to replace the leaders who have become inactive in the party. Senior leader associated with Bahujan Samaj Party explains

That many leaders have failed to take the policies of the party and the mission of Baba Saheb to the bottom. He says that BSP supremo Mayawati is also fully aware of which leader is working in the party. According to him, in the next few days, there will not only be major reshuffle within the party, but the organizational structure of the party will be strengthened up to the booth level.

Apart from this, the party’s National Coordinator and Mayawati’s nephew Akash Anand has talked about giving maximum opportunities to the youth in the party. Senior leaders associated with the party say that by doing this, the party will not only bring major changes, but its results will also be visible in the coming Lok Sabha elections. Senior leader associated with Bahujan Samaj Party says

That Akash Anand has recommended BSP supremo Mayawati to involve more and more youth in the party and give them responsibility. Sources associated with the party say that in the coming Lok Sabha elections, the Bahujan Samaj Party will field more and more youths by giving them a chance.

A senior leader of the Bahujan Samaj Party, who has held various positions for a long time, says that the graph of the party has been continuously falling since 2012. He says that during this period the party made many strategic changes and also did many experiments. But most of the experiments proved unsuccessful.

He says that these experiments were also in the form of alliance and it was also done on the basis of caste equations. At present, the Bahujan Samaj Party has already made a plan to give preference to the youth by making a comprehensive reshuffle this time before the coming Lok Sabha elections.

The alliance has never suited the BSP

Mayawati has made it clear regarding the Lok Sabha elections that she will not even compromise with any party. Political analysts believe that there are many valid reasons behind this announcement of Mayawati. Uttar Pradesh’s political expert Jatashankar Singh says that whenever Mayawati made an alliance, Mayawati benefited less, rather the one with whom the alliance was made benefited more.

Singh says that this is the reason why Mayawati has this time very thoughtfully refused to form an alliance in the coming elections. He says that if we look at the history of Samajwadi Party’s alliance in the Lok Sabha from Mayawati’s first alliance, it will be known that Mayawati has always been at a disadvantage in this.

It is a different matter that in 2019, in alliance with Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party, BSP had definitely reached the number of MPs from zero to ten. But the party believes that the vote of the Samajwadi Party was not transferred to the Bahujan Samaj Party.

Brajkishore, a Dalit thinker and associated with Bahujan Samaj Party, says that Mayawati’s voter trusts only in Mayawati. When the Bahujan Samaj Party was at the peak of its political career, it was single-handedly fighting in the field and single-handedly ruling Uttar Pradesh.

Brajkishore says that Along with the alliance, the party’s own support base also started decreasing. And he started losing the trust of BSP voters in the party. He believes that if Mayawati can firmly convince her voters to contest elections without an alliance, then it can be like getting a lot of new and positive things for the Bahujan Samaj Party in the coming elections.

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