Many new programs of the BSP are being credited to the party’s national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Satish Mishra and his family members. His wife and son are also actively campaigning for the BSP victory in the elections.
BSP chief Mayawati
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The Mayawati-led Bahujan Samaj Party is vying to return to power in Uttar Pradesh after a decade. So that party is not leaving any stone to win the election. Taking lessons from the many mistakes made in the past, this time it entered the election ring with a new approach. Where youth and women are at its center. He is also looking to change the party’s image in addition to trying to stay strong on social media.
There is a widespread debate that the nature of the BSP will change in this election. In these five aspects, let us understand what significant changes the BSP has made in its strategy for the 2022 elections.
1- ‘Respect for all religions’
Mayawati’s party has decided to contest the state alone this time. Beyond Dalit-Brahmin social engineering, the party presents itself as a ‘Sarva Dharma Sama Bhava’ (seeing all religions as equal). Brahmanism is moving in the right direction by adopting a soft Hindutva attitude towards Brahmins who feel angry with the BJP. The party continues to hold enlightenment conferences across the state. Its core vote bank is also engaged in raising Dalits.
According to reliable sources, the BSP is considering giving preference to OBCs and Brahmins in ticket distribution. That is why the BSP is trying to break the BJP vote bank by fielding Brahmins as candidates in the 2022 Assembly elections. After this, she is following the strategy of giving tickets to Dalits and Muslims, who are her primary vote bank.