BSP supremo Mayawati expels Dalit leader for anti-Brahmin post

New Delhi: Leaving no stone un-turned in the upcoming assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh, BSP Supremo Mayawati is doing all what it can to woo the electorate. Also, this time Mayawati is eyeing Brahmin votes as recently, she expelled a dalit leader from the party for passing an objectionable remark against Brahmins.

As per reports, BSP leader Sanjay Bharti supposedly posted some controversial remarks on his Facebook account, hurting the sentiments of the Brahmins. Following which Mayawati gave orders of his expulsion from the party. However, Sanjay stated that he did not post any such comment.

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Bharti said, “My Facebook account was hacked; somebody might have posted those comments. Some BSP leaders had hatched a conspiracy to defame me.”

Bharti who has been associated with BSP since the beginning, was appointed as the President of Salempur Vidhan Sabha constituency.

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