LUCKNOW: After addressing a mammoth public rally in state capital on October 9, stage is yet again set for Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati who will address party workers to mark the 60th
death anniversary of Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar followed by a shraddhanjali sabha here on Tuesday.
The programme, likely to begin at around 9.00 am, will take place at Ambedkar Saamajik Parivartan Sthal, a memorial which was built during her regime as a tribute to the Dalit icon.
Known for holding big rallies, the BSP chief this time, in a clear shift from party policy, has planned to hold small conventions in each of the 403 Assembly constituencies across the state.
At the meeting, while on one hand, the BSP chief is expected to give a gear-up call to the party cadre for the upcoming elections-2017, on the other she is expected to provide them enough fodder
to launch scathing attack on the rivals while reaching out to the people of the state.
The BSP chief is likely to exhort the party workers to ‘expose’ the “ulterior motives of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of helping his own capitalist friends and business tycoons through demonetisation of
high value currency notes subjecting the people of the country to bear the brunt of it.” She may also ask them to make people aware how the currency scrapping move brought in all sorts of hardships for them.
On the other the BSP supremo will ask the party cadre to launch multi-dimensional attack on Akhilesh government on the issues ranging from poor law and order, to highhandedness of its leaders, long-drawn bitter family feud in Yadav clan and also the alleged credit grabbing spree of the Chief Minister who, as per her claims, is rushing with inauguration of incomplete development projects to draw the credit in the state before the announcement of poll dates.