Mayavathi’s BSP to contest all 543 LS seats
The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), lead by the mercurial Mayavathi, has decided to contest all 543 Lok Sabha seats in the country to assert its pan-Indian presence in politics and to assess its strength and also identify its weaknesses.
According to BSP sources, the idea behind the party’s decision to contest all Lok Sabha seats was to substantially increase its vote percentage and present itself as a viable political alternative at the national level.
The BSP plans to employ its social engineering concept across the country during the election campaign. Mayawati, while campaigning in various states, will highlight the UP experiment and underline how the party’s sarvjan concept has changed the face of politics in the Hindi heartland.