Mayawati's reaction comes after the death of the Unnao rape victim in Delhi hospital.
Mayawati had asked the UP police to take inspiration from Hyderabad police and take strict action against culprits in such cases.
She also slammed the Yogi Adityanath government in UP for not doing enough for the safety of the women.
She said her party believes that if the central govt takes right decisions in the interest of the country and people's interest, it would rise above party politics and support them.
According to sources, the BSP chief had withdrawn the case in February this year when both the parties had struck an alliance ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. However, it was not made public then.
The BSP leader dismissed the incumbent Mayor and former MLA Yogesh Verma citing 'anti-party activities and indiscipline'.
Mayawati was addressing meeting of BSP MLAS over the issue of continuing support to the then Mulayam Singh government.
The party chief has called for a meeting of district presidents, zonal in-charges and other concerned office-bearers.
BSP MP Shyam Singh Yadav, who coached the Indian shooting team for the Beijing Olympic Games 2008 and Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006, arrived at a function organised by the Samajwadi Party.
Surendra Singh urged the Hindus to have more children to preserve Hinduism, and has called for population control laws in the country to save Hindutva.
However, the BSP chief claimed that her party's vote share in this election was more in comparison to 2014 Haryana Assembly polls.
The BSP workers also made Ramji Gautam, the national coordinator, sit on a donkey and paraded him and former state unit chief Sitaram outside the party office in Bani Park here.
The BSP chief alleged that both ruling BJP and previous Congress regime's policies were aimed at benefitting rich industrialists.
The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister also pledged to fulfil the dreams of Kanshi Ram and take forward his legacy of Dalit emancipation.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday recalled its direction in the March 20, 2018 verdict which had virtually diluted provisions of arrest under the SC/ST Act.