BSP's national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra calls, Brahmin workers should strengthen the reserved seats
To return to power in Uttar Pradesh, the Bahujan Samaj Party is again relying most on the formula of social engineering. Party's national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra, who has held meetings across the state to unite the Brahmins, will now hold public meetings in every divisional headquarters. He has given a message to the Brahmin workers to mobilize to win the reserved seats.
BSP's national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra held a separate meeting of the Brahmin society for the 86 reserved seats of the state at the party office on Sunday. He told the workers that from December 8, he himself is going out to hold public meetings in all the divisional headquarters. The workers of the society should work hard to win the reserved seats. Strengthen the party candidates in these seats by collaborating with all sections of the society. He said that all the workers of the party together have to take a pledge to make BSP chief Mayawati the Chief Minister for the fifth time.
Criticizing the government for the lathi-charge on 69000 teacher recruitment candidates in the capital last day, BSP National General Secretary Satish Chandra Mishra said that these candidates had met Mayawati. The former Chief Minister assured them that they should leave the agitation and join the formation of the government of BSP. When the government comes, everyone will be given employment. Mishra said that the BJP is running the government with panic. There is an atmosphere of panic in the state today.
Giving a message to the workers to walk in the right direction, he reminded that Monday is the Parinirvana Day of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. Take inspiration from Baba Saheb and start preparations for the elections. During the meeting, Azad Samaj Party founder member Ashish Bharti, Jhansi district panchayat member Rajni Gautam and Hathras's Dinesh Deshmukh took membership of the party, while Adarsh Sangram Party's founder National President Gautam Bharti, National Vice President Padmavati and National General Secretary Prateek Pandey joined the party. extended his support to BSP.