Mayawati alleged, said- Central and state governments are not following the constitution

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Mayawati alleged, said- Central and state governments are not following the constitution

File photo of BSP President Mayawati.  Facebook
File photo of BSP President Mayawati. Facebook

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Lucknow: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati on the occasion of Constitution Day on Friday, accusing the central and state governments of ignoring the Constitution, said that her party will not take part in the programs on Constitution Day. .

Talking to the media, the BSP chief said, ‘Today on the occasion of Constitution Day, the Central and all the state governments should do a thorough review whether these governments are following the Indian Constitution sincerely. Our party believes that these governments are not following the Constitution. That is why our party has decided not to participate in the programs organized by the central and state governments on Constitution Day.

He alleged, ‘The Constitution is not being followed by the central and state governments. Such governments do not have the moral right to celebrate Constitution Day, rather such governments should apologize to the people on this occasion and remove their shortcomings as soon as possible.

Talking about the rights of Scheduled Castes-Scheduled Tribes (SC-STs) and Other Backward Classes (OBC), the former Chief Minister said, “Provision has been made in the Constitution for reservation in education and government jobs and other necessary facilities, but its full benefit is in these.” The people of these classes are not getting it, due to which the people of these classes and our party are worried and sad. BSP advises that the central and all state governments must pay attention to this.

Cautioning the Dalits from the state’s main opposition Samajwadi Party, Mayawati said that “people from these sections should be especially wary of those parties like SP which tore the SC-ST reservation bill in Parliament and then it as part of a conspiracy”. was not even allowed to pass. Such parties can never develop and uplift these sections.

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