BSP has started preparing for the Mission-2022 with the help of Assembly by-election. It has started strengthening the organization according to the caste equation. The party’s national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra is in command to bring the Brahmins along. He is constantly holding meetings of Brahmin society. He also held a meeting in Varanasi on Sunday.
On the instructions of BSP supremo Mayawati, Satish Chandra Mishra is reviewing the election preparations by holding constant meetings with the leaders of the Brahmin society. He is calling 10-15 active workers from each assembly constituency. In these meetings, along with the assembly by-elections, the leaders of Brahman Samaj are also being instructed about Mission-2022. For example, how to strengthen the organization to the assembly booth. In the assembly by-elections, Anant Kumar Mishra Antu Mishra has been given the responsibility of Ghatampur, Nakula Dubey to Tundla, Mahendra Pandey to Malhani, Aditya Pandey to Bangarmau.
The BSP is once again working on the formula of social engineering. Based on this formula, she has formed a government in 2007 by winning 206 of the 403 assembly seats in UP. It is different that at that time, along with Brahmins, SC, ST and OBC also supported him. Work is underway to try the same formula again for Mission-2022. The BSP is assuming that the Brahmin is angry with the BJP. Therefore, old leaders of the BSP have been engaged to bring it back to their court. After the capital, there is a plan to hold Brahmin meetings in each of the districts of the state.
BSP believes that Azad Samaj Party chief and Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar can cause trouble for him. Like the BSP, he too is fighting for the rights of the oppressed. That is why the BSP will conduct a campaign open to Chandrasekhar. The old leaders of BSP cadre will tell the reality of Chandrasekhar all over UP. The BSP is preparing a strategy for this. Although it has not been revealed yet, work has started in this direction on how to reduce Chandrasekhar’s influence. The BSP knows that if its votes are divided, it will suffer the most.