Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati will lead her party campaign from the front for the Delhi Assembly elections in November end this year. Senior BSP leaders said Mayawati is expected to attend at least five rallies in the capital during the campaign trail. The BSP chief’s trusted aide Satish Chand Mishra is also expected to monitor the Delhi elections from closed quarters.
“We are working out last minute details like locations, dates and other details of her rallies in Delhi,” BSP state president Brahm Singh Bidhuri told Hindustan Times.
To help its candidates in their election campaign, various BSP ministers in Uttar Pradesh cabinet are also expected to camp in Delhi during the election.
BSP leaders said the ministers would be assigned constituencies to help candidates plan their campaign and election strategy. The constituencies would be assigned on the basis of caste formation in various areas.
“We have already finalised our candidates. We have also changed our candidates on five seats where we felt they had failed to come up to our expectations,” a senior BSP leader said.