BSP leader Mayawati looks to be back with a bang working hard to improve the party’s image preparing battleground for the 2019 general elections. To caution the party workers Mayawati today issued a press release mentioning that the social media sites including facebook, twitter and the website that are in BSPs name are all fake. She has also appealed people to not to believe in such accounts and websites as the people involved in it are completely unauthorised and has noting to do with the party.
The press release was issued in the wake of a website called ‘BSP Youth’ which was being operated by by a person named Devashish Jarariya. He had introduced himself to be a party worker and claimed to have started an initiative to unite the youth. For this he was charging membership fees.
Mayawati also clarified that no separate wing of the party for women, students or youth exists as she has already given 50% reservation to its youths.
“BSP gives almost 50 per cent representation to youth in its committees at every level and therefore, there is no need to have a separate youth wing in the party,” Mayawati said in a party release issued here.