After Patna HC nod, Mayawati for caste census in UP too
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She said that the BSP wants that a caste census should be held across the country. Mayawati further said that caste census was essential to ensure social justice and also bring the weaker sections of society into the social mainstream and also for overall development of the nation. Mayawati has always supported caste census and said that her party was all for it. 
Central agencies tame Mayawati, relegate her to the sidelines of politics
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However, the parting gained an element of permanence in 2003 when the Taj Heritage Corridor case emerged. This was an alleged scam in 2002–2003 in which the then chief minister Mayawati and a minister in her government, Naseemuddin Siddiqui, were charged with corruption.
We support UCC but not manner of implementation: Mayawati
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“It is not right to politicise this issue and forcefully implement UCC in the country,” she said in a statement.Mayawati said “The implementation of UCC will strengthen the country and unite Indians.
BSP to project Mayawati as PM candidate
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BSP sources said that the party would not join any opposition alliance but would go it alone in the Lok Sabha elections. Senior BSP leader Bhimrao Ambedkar said, "The leaders of the opposition are holding meetings in various states to prepare the groundwork for the opposition parties to fight against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Mayawati backs Centre on Parliament inauguration row
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"It is wrong on the part of the opposition parties to link the inaugural issue with the honour of an Adivasi woman. The opposition should have thought of it when they did not allow unopposed election of the President on the same ground," BSP president Mayawati said.
BSP to contest all 80 UP Lok Sabha seats in 2024: Mayawati
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Mayawati asked party leaders to start preparing for the polls and aggressively carry forward the slogan 'Vote hamara, raj tumhara nahi chalega'. She accused the BJP of managing and manipulating the recent municipal elections and said that the people had seen through their game plan and would ensure the return of BSP.
SP, BSP blame BJP for their poor showing in municipal polls
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After losing the municipal elections, Akhilesh Yadav said: "They (BJP) tried every trick to influence elections but nothing worked in their favour. The BJP faced a humiliating defeat in elections held for posts other than that of mayors and corporators." The SP also attacked the BJP, alleging that it had a role in slow pace of counting in Mainpuri and a number of other places.
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