Maurya’s exit would not affect BSP, Maya tells party MLAs


Ahead of Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls which is due in next year, nowadays policital streets of UP are on fire, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supermo Mayawati on Saturday launch scathing attack on her former close aide Swamy Prasad Maurya saying he was “disloyal” to the party and worked for his own “selfish interest” ignoring his community.

She told her MLAs at a meeting in the state capital that the party would not be affected in any way by Maurya’s parting ways with the BSP and made it clear that he will not be allowed to re-join the party.

“He was disloyal to the party and to his own community. He worked for his own selfish interest and not for his community,” she said.

“He was never a core party man any time who was behind the ideology of the party but was a loudmouth” she told her legislators. The Bahujan Samaj Party, she added, would never forgive the deceit of Maurya.

The four-time Chief Minister also predicted that like other deserters in the past, Maurya would also regret his “back stabbing” of the party. “People who left our movement have been politically finished and the same fate awaits Swamy Prasad Maurya,” she added.

Wefornews Bureau

Related Posts