Swami Prasad Maurya quits BSP, puts serious allegation on Mayawati

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh): A senior leader of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Swami Prasad Maurya and leader of opposition in Uttar Pradesh assembly quits party on Wednesday.

In a big jolt to BSP supreme Mayawati and that too just before Uttar Pradesh elections in 2017, a very close aid of (Behanji) has left the party.

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Briefing a press conference in Lucknow where Maurya declared his resignation and put some serious allegations that Maya is selling tickets for the sake of money.

He also said that Mayawati is not the “daughter of dalit but she is daughter of daulat” (money).

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Angry Maurya told media persons that if she would have followed rules and regulations of Ambekar and Kanshi Ram then BSP would have came in power in the year 2012.

He further added that if this continues then BSP is definitely going to lose upcoming election in 2017.

Maurya said that the resign behind his resignation is worker within party has started feeling sophisticated and it seems like that Mayawati is strengthening the position of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).

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