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Mayawati's BSP perfect choice for UP royal families
Mayawati seems to be the perfect choice for the royal families of Uttar Pradesh when it comes to realizing their political ambitions. The royal families of Uttar Pradesh are joining the Bahujan Samaj Party, the latest being Rai Swareshwar Bali.
MAYAWATI SEEMS to be the perfect choice for the royal families of Uttar Pradesh when it comes to realising their political ambitions. The recent flurry of activity in parts of Uttar Pradesh proves just that.

It began with the erstwhile Raja of Ayodhya, Bimlendra Mohan Pratap Mishra’s plunge into politics when he joined the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP.)

Raja Anandsingh of Mankapur and his son Kirtivardhan Singh from Gonda followed next. They ventured into the BSP after a stint with the Samajwadi Party.

And now it is the Raja of Daryabad, Rai Swareshwar Bali alias Sanjay Bali, who joined the BSP in the BSP joining meeting on March 26 held in Daryabad. The meeting was headed by Lalji Verma, Finance and Parliamentary Affairs Minister in the UP Government.

The head of the erstwhile ruling family of Daryabad joined the party along with 150 members of local bodies. According to sources, it is under Bali’s influence that the Chairmen of the Nagar Panchayats of Daryabad and Tikaitnagar, Mateen Ahmed Khan and Jagdish Prasad Gupta respectively, joined the BSP on Wednesday.

As a mark of solidarity with Sanjay Bali, 1500 others too were granted primary membership of the party. In a bid to mobilize the youth of the constituency, Bali’s son Sanidhya Bali alias Samrat Bali delivered a speech addressing the youngsters of the area which received a good response as junior Bali was joined by hundreds of young supporters in a padyatra from his house to the venue of the meeting.

Sanjay Bali is already in the peoples’ hearts because of the family’s long and successful association with the town and adjoining areas and this will give an edge to the BSP.

He left the SP because he felt the party betrayed him by not granting him a ticket for the MLA elections despite his active participation in the party’s activities for the past 12 years.

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