- Tag results for Mayawati
Though the emergence of the third front could benefit the BJP most in the assembly and the Lok Sabha polls, but it would also weaken the prospect of the Congress in these elections.
The high court, after hearing a PIL filed by Shashikant alias Bhavesh Pandey of Mirzapur, posted the matter for hearing on September 27.
The court asked the government agencies to produce the details of the FIR filed in the case within a week.
BSP supremo Mayawati joins hand with Janta Congress for Chhattisgarh assembly polls, names Ajit Jogi CM candidate
The BSP also announced that it would go it alone in neighbouring Madhya Pradesh and contest all 230 seats.
Mayawati also criticised the Centre over bringing an ordinance to ban instant Triple Talaq saying a 'sensitive' issue was being used for selfish politics.
'Mayawati is expecting respect from those, who had shown scant respect to her in the past. This shows how nervous she is and that her voter base has eroded,' UP BJP co-ordinator Tripathi said.
The BSP chief said that the BJP was trying to cash in on the name of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
The BSP supremo's statement assumes significance as Sunday marks completion of one month of death of Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
The BSP chief's views on fuel price hike came a day after her party stayed away from the Bharat Bandh call given by the Congress on the issue.
In a statement, the Dalit leader said that the Modi government was also pursuing the "anti-people policies" that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA)-II pursued.
Chhattisgarh polls: BSP sends names of 270 aspirants to Mayawati, likely to declare first list by September 20
The BSP after scrutiny of the applications called from their party cadres who are willing to contest the elections has prepared a list of 270 candidates.
She said that the country was already suffering the consequences of the wrong economic policies of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA government.
Arrest of activists ploy to divert attention from failures of BJP governments: Mayawati slams 'government terror'
The BSP chief said the government was trying to intimidate poets, lawyers, activists, human rights advocates, professors and intellectuals.
Neither has the Centre declared it a national calamity nor shown any seriousness in giving permission to Kerala to impose a cess on state Goods and Services Tax (GST) to generate resources on its own.
A huge building was constructed on the land which was earlier in the name of Mayawati and her father Pradhu Dayal.