BSP MPs must instrospect whether they followed party guidelines: Mayawati after Ritesh Pandey resigns

BSP chief Mayawati on Sunday asked her party MPs to instrospect whether they followed the guidelines given to time in the interest of the party.

Mayawati’s remarks come after BSP Lok Sabha MP from Ambedkar Nagar Ritesh Pandey resigned from the party’s primary membership ahead of the Lok Sabha elections and joined the BJP in New Delhi.

“Along with the BSP political party, there is also a movement dedicated to the mission of self-respect and self-respect of the most revered Baba Saheb Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar due to which the policy and working style of this party is different from the capitalist parties of the country. Keeping this in mind, the party also fields its candidates in the elections,” Mayawati said in a series of posts on ‘X’ in Hindi.

“After meeting this criterion, the BSP MPs must introspect whether they took proper care of the people in their area? Did they devote full time in their area? Also did they properly follow the guidelines given from time to time in the interest of the party and the movement?” she said.

The BSP chief further said, “In such a situation, is it possible to give tickets to most of the Lok Sabha MPs, especially when they are seen wandering here and there in their own interests and are in the news for negative reasons. It is unfair for the media to publicise this as a weakness of the party despite knowing all this. The interest of the BSP is above all, she said.

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