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Sushri Mayawati Ji

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has emerged as one of the prominent national political parties of India under the stewardship of its National President Kumari Mayawati Ji, Member of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council and four-time Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Sushri Mayawati ji, a serene figure is affectionately known and called as ‘Behenji’ by one and all her workers, supporters, well wishers as well as officials. BSP architect and founder, Manyawar Shri Kanshi Ram Ji, declared her as the sole heir and political successor of him and the "Bahujan Movement" at a grand rally in the Lakshman Mela ground on the bank of river Gomti in the Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow. In 1995 she created history by becoming Indian's first Dalit woman chief minister, heading first BSP government in Uttar Pradesh. She is the only woman chief minister sworn in three contiguous Assemblies.

Jis samaj ka itihass nahi hota,
Wah samaj kabhi bhi shasak nahi ban pata...
Itihaas se "Prerna" milti hai,
Prerna se "Jagriti" aati hai,
Jagrati se "Soch" banti hai,
Soch se "Taqat" banti hai,
Taqat se "Shakti" banti hai,
Aur shakti se "Shasak" banta hai

Identified as an Iron lady and a no-nonsense leader Kumari Mayawati Ji, has emerged as a lady of new hope and aspirations to a wide section of the society, particularly in the state of Uttar Pradesh, bordering national capital of New Delhi, which most often guides the political destiny of the country.

Committed and fully devoted to the missionary cause and cherished goal of "Social Transformation & Economic Emancipation" particularly to the people, Kumari Mayawati Ji, a spinster by mission, is regarded in the Indian politics with respect, reverence and admiration as she is the only politician in the India having a mass appeal and firm hold and command over her voters and also the charisma to get mass vote bank transferred to any individual and to any party, a rare thing, of course, in the contemporary Indian politics.