mayawati: EC should ban pre-election media polls 6 months before elections: Mayawati | India News

LUCKNOW: Mayawati, leader of the Bahujan Samaj (BSP) party, said on Saturday that she would write to the electoral commission to demand that polls by media and other agencies be banned six months before the elections, so that polls in the ‘State concerned are not influenced by this.
Addressing the 15th anniversary of the death of BSP founder Kanshi Ram here at Kanshiram Smarak Sthal, Mayawati called for Bharat Ratna to be handed over to the late Dalit leader and added that the people of Uttar Pradesh have decided to change power in the state.
“Soon a letter will be written to the Election Commission to ban disguised polls by media and other agencies six months before the elections, so that polls in the state concerned are not influenced,” she said.
“You know that at the time of the legislative elections in West Bengal, the polls showed that Mamata Banerjee was lagging behind, but when the results came, it was the opposite. Those who dreamed (of gaining) power, their dreams were broken, and Mamata (Banerjee) made a comeback with a huge majority, so you shouldn’t be misled by these polls, ”the BSP chief told the audience.
Mayawati’s remarks came a day after a news channel in a poll showed the BJP on track to win the most seats in UP in the upcoming Assembly polls of 2022 and retain power.
She also said that the governments of the BJP-led Center and the UP were using the state apparatus to create an atmosphere in their favor.
“It is also known to all that when these tactics do not work, this party (BJP) will end up giving the elections a Hindu-Muslim color and try to take full advantage of its political stance. Elections must be conducted with this in mind, ”she said.
Without naming any party, Mayawati also said: “There are small parties and organizations, which can stand alone or jointly in elections. their own self-interest. Therefore, people from these castes and communities should not be influenced by these parties and organizations. ”
Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj (SBSP) party leader Om Prakash Rajbhar claimed last month that army chief Bhim Chandrashekhar Azad would soon be part of Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha and an official announcement in this regard will be made at the meeting. ‘a rally on October 27.
The morcha is a front of like-minded political parties led by Rajbhar, a former ally of the BJP.
AIMIM had recently announced that it would contest 100 seats in the state assembly polls next year by approaching the SBSP led by Rajbhar and its Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha.
Rajbhar, who was minister in Yogi Adityanath’s government, resigned before the Lok Sabha elections in 2019. He then launched Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha as a political front of small parties.

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