Lalu supports Mayawati's resignation, offers Rajya Sabha seat from Bihar

Mayawati Says Will Quit If Not Allowed To Speak In Parliament Storms Out

Mayawati Says Will Quit If Not Allowed To Speak In Parliament Storms Out

Deputy chairperson of the Rajya Sabha, P.J. Kurien, allowed Ms. Mayawati to speak first but cautioned her against breaching the three-minute time slot allocated to her.

Mayawati, former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and Rajya Sabha member, has resigned from her membership.

"The Dalits were suppressed in Saharanpur but the government did not do anything about it", she said.

On August 4, a day before the election, he will meet all MPs in the Central Hall of Parliament House here. Mayawati when visited the riot-hit area, she blamed the Yogi Adityanath government for the failure of law and order situation.

Ms Mayawati has been chief minister of Uttar Pradesh four times. Hours later, she submitted her resignation to the Chairman.

In her resignation from the Parliament, Mayawati likened her exit to resignation of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, as Law Minister from Nehru cabinet in 1951 over differences on Hindu Code Bill. In fact, it comes across as a calculated strategy towards reviving the fortune of her party.

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"If I am not allowed to speak, I will resign right now".

They raised slogans slamming the BJP-led government for failing to help the farmers and to stop the lynching of people by cow vigilantes.

Political observers see this as a major political gamble, after the social engineering in 2007 when she brought together Dalits and Brahmins, which paid rich dividends by bringing her back to power with a historic mandate of 206 seats.

Political analysts said that Ms Mayawati's threat to quit was aimed at scoring political points within her own community.

Meanwhile, RJD leader Yadav, who is facing considerable heat from investigating agencies, called the BJP an anti-Dalit party and has offered his party's support to Mayawati to send her to the upper house again. "Going by the precedence, resignation has to be a one liner and there should not be any reasoning as given by Mayawati". For that she needs to work hard among the people in Uttar Pradesh and that would require a change of functioning style.

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