Mayawati makes quick amends, appoints Brahmin as leader of BSP in Lok Sabha
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Mayawati has termed the recent replacement balancing caste equations
Amid the fast-changing political scene, especially after Congress General Secretary (in charge of Uttar Pradesh) Vadra upped the ante against the Adityanath government in the state, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) President is making quick amends. She has removed the party's Lok Sabha leader Danish Ali and replaced him by Ritesh Pandey, a Brahmin, to woo the upper castes. Interestingly, this is the fourth time in eight months that the Dalit czarina has effected such a rejig. has termed the recent replacement balancing caste equations, since a Muslim, Munquad Ali, is currently the party's UP unit president. However, her critics have pointed out that another Brahmin, Satish Chandra Misra, is already national general secretary of the party.

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