BSP activates Uttar Pradesh ground-level teams

“We are currently looking for leaders in the party who can properly handle the BSP affairs in different districts,” a source in BSP said. The party’s functionaries, who would be based in different districts, would be responsible for the constituti...

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NEW DELHI: The BSP has started activating and forming ground-level teams in Uttar Pradesh by appointing chief in-charges of sectors in all the 18 divisions of the state as it gears up for the 2022 assembly polls. BSP chief Mayawati has appointed her old and trusted party leaders as chief in-charges of various sectors and the party plans to speed up the organisational works once the Covid-19 related norms are eased.

Considering the workload and expanse of different zones, she has deployed more than two party leaders in most of the 18 divisions. The main task of the chief sector in-charges is to get the party’s committees constituted at the booth, sector and assembly levels.

“We are currently looking for leaders in the party who can properly handle the BSP affairs in different districts,” a source in BSP said. The party’s functionaries, who would be based in different districts, would be responsible for the constitution of the party’s different committees at the ground level, he said.


Sources said the chief sector in-charges would remain in touch with the BSP’s district units on phone. “We follow social distancing norms . Thus, we prefer to collect feedback from our leaders who work at the ground level,” a source in the BSP said.

The party’s chief sector in-charges have already started work in their areas. “In Azamgarh and Mau districts, Hariram Bhaskar, Vijay Kumar and Vinod Chauhan will handle the party affairs. The party has placed a team of three persons –– Jitendra Kumar, Ranjit Kumar and Vinod Sehra –– in Ballia district for expanding the BSP’s base there,” another source said. Sources said that a team with at least two local leaders will be assigned in almost every district for the organisational work. “Most of the leaders, who would be placed in the districts, should be young faces from the party,” another source in the BSP said.
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