After the defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, the period of review in Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has started now. Mayawati is unhappy with the results of the Lok Sabha elections. She has started taking action on responsible people. Before the party leaders meeting in New Delhi on Monday, Mayawati has already removed six Lok Sabha election officials in six states. With this, she has also ousted the state presidents of three states from the post.
Mayawati has removed the election officials of Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Odisha. With this, she has also removed the BSP chairmen of Delhi and Madhya Pradesh from the post. On Monday, BSP supremo Mayawati will hold meetings with the zonal in-charge and district heads of UP and Lok Sabha candidates and newly-elected MPs.
Even though the BSP has won 10 seats in the Lok Sabha elections this time; despite better performance in 2014, but the coalition has got fewer seats than expected. It is believed that there may be a significant decision about the reshuffle in Monday's meeting.
According to party sources, Mayawati's team has 40 co-ordinators and zonal coordinators. It is being told that the BSP has received very few seats in the Lok Sabha elections.