Mayawati Not Anti-Brahmins, Says Satish Mishra
PTI [ Updated 19 Feb 2012, 08:25:34 ]
Ghaziabad, Feb 19 : Claiming party chief Mayawati was not
anti-Brahmin, BSP general secretary Satish Mishra on Saturday said the
perception about UP chief minister was created by "miscreants" to
confuse the community.
"Some miscreants have created confusion in the minds of Brahmin voters
by saying that Mayawati is anti Brahmin, but it is wrong and she has
proved that she regards all castes, including Brahmins and Baniyas,"
Mishra said at an election meeting in Vaishali colony here.
He said all parties were criticising the chief minister for building
statues, but Dalits favoured it. "Today all other parties are harping
against Mayawati for spending money on statues but Dalits favoured
it," he said.
The BSP leader claimed Mayawati was the only chief minister in UP
after independence who has completed five years term because she gave
good administration and all-round development to the state.
During Mulayam Singh's tenure, it was goonda raj, but now it is known
as better raj, Mishra said. He said the decision of the election
commission to cover the statues of Mayawati and elephants had
benefitted the CM as it was not liked by poor voters.
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