Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Mayawati Plays Dalit Card, Resigns from Rajya Sabha

New Delhi: First threat and now resign from the Rajya Sabha. BSP supremo Mayawati has resigned from the Rajya Sabha membership on Tuesday. After the resignation, Mayawati said that it is okay to resign when the ruling party does not give me time to talk to me.

Earlier, during the proceedings in the Rajya Sabha, Mayawati had said that she was neither heard nor spoken nor she has decided to resign from the Rajya Sabha. Congress also supported Mayawati and party leader Renuka Chaudhary asked, "Is not there a right to speak a Dalit leader?" He tried to talk in the house by giving notice.

 UP Minister Srikant Sharma said "Mayawati has no role  in the development of UP after her resignation. Do not try subverting peaceful state."Prior to this, raising the issue of Dalits in Saharanpur and Uttar Pradesh, they had walkout from the Rajya Sabha, in support of which the Congress also got a walkout. BSP supremo said, damn if I can not keep my weak class in the house, then I do not have the right to stay in the house. I will resign from the Rajya Sabha today because I am not being allowed to speak in the Rajya Sabha.

At the same time, BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that Mayawati is desperate for defeat and is insulting the chairman by threatening to resign. They should apologize for this. Beginning of the session, BSP supremo Mayawati raised the issue of Saharanpur. Mayawati said that violence in Saharanpur was under intense conspiracy. BSP supremo further said that atrocities against Dalits are happening in Uttar Pradesh. He also threatened to resign and said that if I was not heard, I would resign. After this, Mayawati woke up from the Rajya Sabha.

 After the rioting in the Rajya Sabha, the Congress also has a walkout. Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said that in the All Party meeting, we had explained clearly that the Opposition is not interested in hindering the House's proceedings. The Hon'ble Prime Minister assured us that he (the government) will not obstruct, on which the Opposition would like to talk about it will be discussed.

Although, according to experts, Mayawati wants to put pressure on the government since the beginning of the Parliament. Under this, efforts are being made to encroach on the government by telling Saharanpur violence as a conspiracy.


Let me tell that Mayawati's tenure as Rajya Sabha MP is ending in April 2018. At the same time, it will not be possible for the number of people to enter the house again in the form of force. Only the BSP MLAs could win in the UP assembly elections. The number of BSP members in the Rajya Sabha is six.
                                                                                          

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