Mayawati backs presidential candidate Droupadi Murmu, says ‘BSP not invited to debate opposition nominee’

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Mayawati backs presidential candidate Droupadi Murmu, says ‘BSP not invited to debate opposition nominee’

President Election 2022: Bahujan Samaj Social gathering (BSP) chief Mayawati on Saturday introduced that her celebration has determined to help NDA’s Presidential election candidate Droupadi Murmu. Clarifying her stand, she mentioned BSP is not doing so in help of the NDA or the Centre. “The BSP has determined to increase help to Droupadi Murmu within the coming presidential elections maintaining in thoughts that the Adivasi samaj is a vital a part of the celebration’s motion,” she mentioned.

“This resolution was taken to not help the BJP or NDA nor to go towards the opposition UPA, however maintaining in thoughts our celebration and its motion for making a succesful and devoted Adivasi lady the president of the nation,” she added.

Nevertheless, Mayawati did allege that BSP was not invited by the opposition to debate its presidential candidate. She mentioned it exhibits a casteism motive. “Mamata Banerjee invited solely chosen events within the assembly she referred to as on June 15 to pick an opposition candidate for Presidential election & when Sharad Pawar referred to as a gathering on June 21, then additionally BSP was not invited. It exhibits their casteism motives,” she mentioned.

The BSP president whereas criticising the opposition events for maintaining her out of session whereas deciding on the presidential candidate, harassed that her celebration is free to take its resolution on the presidential election.

Droupadi Murmu on Friday filed her nomination papers for the July 18 presidential election, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi handing over the set of papers to Returning Officer P C Mody.

(company inputs)

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