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Karnataka trust vote: Mayawati directs BSP MLA to vote for Kumaraswamy govt

BSP supremo Mayawati on her official Twitter handle directed her single BSP MLA in Karnataka to vote for HD Kumaraswamy during the floor test in Karnataka State Assembly. Mayawati's Twitter read, "BSP National President Mayawati has directed the Karnataka BSP MLA to vote in support of Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy's government". The trust vote is going to held today. Src: https://bit.ly/2LAec2S

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BJP-led govt not making a strong law against mob lynching: Mayawati

BSP Chief Mayawati, at the Centre, slammed BJP-led govt over her Twitter handle for not making a strong law against mob lynching. She wrote that after the Supreme Court's directive, a national law against mob lynching should have been made by the Central Govt. However, like Lokpal, the Centre seems to have no interest and is proving the govt with low will power. She further said, " In such case, the initiative of the UP law commission is a welcome move". Mayawati further alleged that the aim and strategy of the BJP govt to not to establish a rule of law is the reason behind mob lynching in the country. Thus, Dalits, Tribals and religious minorities are becoming a victim of the same. Src: https://bit.ly/2xO8DoA

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UP govt's move to include 17 castes in SC category 'unconstitutional': Mayawati

BSP Chief Mayawati slammed Uttar Pradesh govt for its decision to put 17 castes into Schedule Caste category. Mayawati in an interview stated, "In a section of media, it is reported that 17 castes have been removed from OBC category and shifted to SC category. Yogi Adityanath's govt has misled them (OBC). From any of the category, they won't get the benefit." She further said that the President has the authority to make any changes in the list. Further appealed the state govt to take the order back and the Centre to include these castes in the category (OBC). Mayawati also demanded to increase SC quota proportionately as per the constitutional procedure. Src: https://bit.ly/2LwOtHR

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Mayawati Pulls the Plug on the SP-BSP Alliance in Uttar Pradesh

The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Monday announced that it will end its alliance with Samajwadi Party. BSP president Mayawati held the SP’s “post-poll behavior" as the main factor behind the decision, in a series of tweets. Mayawati claims she would work with Akhilesh Yadav again in the future if he “fulfills his political duties”. Mayawati also blamed “internal sabotage” in the SP’s core and said that it “drifted away” from the alliance. However, by calling off the alliance with the SP, the BSP may have kicked away an important medium to counter the BJP in the future.

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