Maya magic may work in Punjab: Karimpuri
Patiala: Punjab BSP unit chief and Rajya
Sabha member from Uttar Pardesh Avtar Singh Karimpuri on Monday
claimed that the magic of BSP supremo Mayawati would work in
Punjab after her four rallies which concluded in the state.
Talking to reporters Karimpiri said that "the magic of
Bhenji (sister) will certainly work in Punjab as she had
addressed four big rallies in the state during the last couple
He said that Uttar Pradesh chief minister Mayawati`s
message was clear that the BSP would contest Punjab elections
without any alliance, and concentrate on consolidating its own
"We would make dent into the votes of Congress as well as
SAD," he said.
Asked about any regret that they don`t have alliance with
Manpreet Singh Badal`s People`s Party of Punjab, he said that
"the talks with them never initiated and therefore we don`t
have any regret on it. I however wish him a good luck as it
will be benefitted to us if Sanja Morcha does well in the
state and we would certainly emerge in the scene of the
state," he asserted.
"The BSP is not having alliance in any state as our party
is not only for political gains but for overall socio-economic
change, which we will attain on our own strength," Karimpuri
After a decade and a half, the BSP has a target to
achieve?increase its vote share that declined to 4.13 per cent
in 2007 assembly polls from 5.69 per cent in 2002 and
6.37 per cent in the 1997 assembly elections.
In 1992, the BSP won nine assembly seats with the SAD
boycotting the elections. But the party drew blank in the
previous three assembly polls in absence of any alliance.
Mayawati had addressed elections rallies at Kharar, Nawan
Shehar, Muktsar and Chappar covering whole of Punjab.
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