BSP chief Mayawati will celebrate her birthday with simplicity amidst Kovid situations. BSP chief Mayawati will celebrate her birthday with simplicity amidst Covid situations

Digital Desk, Lucknow. There will be no grand program on January 15 this year to mark the 66th birthday of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati.

The BSP president has asked his party workers to celebrate birthdays at their homes in view of the rise in COVID cases across the state and implementation of the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) following the announcement by the Election Commission of India (ECI). BSP celebrates Mayawati’s birthday as Jan Kalyankari Diwas with great pomp.

A BSP functionary said, the pomp and show of the birthday celebrations will be missing this time as the party has decided not to hold the celebrations due to the imposition of model code of conduct and sudden rise in the number of COVID cases.

Mayawati, in a party meeting, has already asked her workers to follow the COVID protocol and guidelines while campaigning for the assembly elections. Mayawati said in the meeting that party leaders, office-bearers, workers and supporters will celebrate my birthday with their family members in their homes. They should help the poor people who are suffering from covid pandemic.

However, the BSP president will release the 17th edition of her book A Travel of My Struggle Riden Life and BSP Movement at the party’s state unit office on the occasion. He said the travelogue would instill self-esteem among the party supporters and guide them to take forward the movement started by the BSP. Meanwhile, the BSP has finalized the candidates for most of the seats and has been made in-charge of the respective assembly constituencies. The names of the candidates will be released by the Election Commission on January 14 along with the notification of the first phase of polling.

(IANS)

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