Mayawati no longer Rajya Sabha MP, Vice President accepts resignation


New Delhi: Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati’s abdication from the Rajya Sabha was acknowledged on Thursday by executive Hamid Ansari, a senior authority of the Upper House said.

The 61-year-old had presented a crisp abdication letter according to the recommended organize, offering a manually written one-line letter, he stated, wishing not to be named as he was not approved to remark.

Mayawati had on Wednesday surrendered from the House, blaming the BJP and the Chair for not enabling her to raise the issue of against Dalit viciousness in Uttar Pradesh in the House.

Notwithstanding, the three-page renunciation letter was dismisses as it not in the imperative configuration.

The arrangement expresses that the renunciation letter ought to be brief and ought not specify the reasons.

The move is viewed as an endeavor by Mayawati to combine her center Dalit bolster base and re-build up herself as the group’s pre-famous pioneer in the wake of confronting a huge annihilation in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly races prior this year. Her

gathering could win just 18 seats while the BJP came to control by winning more than 300 of the 403 seats.

The BJP had named her acquiescence as a “show” and brought up that her residency in the House was at any rate arriving at an end ahead of schedule one year from now.


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