The BSP is working to emerge as the third alternative in Himachal Pradesh, where the Bhartiya Janta Party and the Congress have been the predominant political forces.
Bahujan Samaj Party Punjab State President Jasvir Singh Garhi issued a press note saying that BSP National President Kumari Mayawati, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, will hold a huge election rally in Baddi on November 6 in connection with Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections. While sharing the information with the press, Garhi said that all the important responsibility for the preparations for the rally of BSP chief Kumari Mayawati has been given to the state of Punjab, under which the responsibilities have been divided after serious discussion with the leadership of Punjab.
On this occasion, state in-charge Randhir Singh Beniwal informed that 30 big faces of BSP leadership from Punjab, who oversee the work of Punjab Bahujan Samaj Party, have been selected as star campaigners, under which state president Sardar Jasvir Singh Garhi, MLA and in-charge Dr. Nachhatar Pal, state in-charge Ajit Singh Bhaini, in-charge Bhagwan Singh Chauhan, in-charge Kuldeep Singh Sardulgarh, in-charge Raja Rajinder Singh Nanheria, state vice president Baldev Mehra, Gurmail Chumber, Balwinder Kumar, Lal Chand Aujla, Jaswant Roy, Gurlal Sela, contractor Rajinder Singh, Parveen Banga, Gurnam Choudhary, Jagjit Singh Chadbar, Rajinder Rihal, Daljit Roy, Joga Singh Panondia, Balwinder Bitta, Meena Rani, Jaswant Roy, Kulwant Singh Mahaton, Chamkaur Singh Veer, Bhag Singh Sarih, Harbhajan Singh Dulma, Dr. Jaspreet Singh Bija, Advocate Shiv Kalyan ji, a total of 30 faces were selected.
The BSP is working to emerge as the third alternative in Himachal Pradesh, where the Bhartiya Janta Party and the Congress have been the predominant political forces. The party aims to enter the contest with an aim to fight for the rights of the weaker sections of the society. According to Azad, the movement launched by the party on public issues has mobilised the BSP cadre in Himachal. He adds that the party will get support from all castes and communities in the assembly election.