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telegraphindia.com 13 Sep, 2021 21:15 am

Privileged few: BSP and neo-Brahminism

Privileged few: BSP and neo-Brahminism
Ms Mayawati has returned to an old trick: forge a broader solidarity between Brahmins and Dalits

/ / Editorial: Privileged few Editorial: Privileged few Ms Mayawati has returned to an old trick: forge a broader solidarity between Brahmins and Dalits Mayawati.This seems to be the case with Mayawati and her Bahujan Samaj Party.Mayawati Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Brahmin Dalit Uttar Pradesh Editorial Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Copyright © 2020 The Telegraph.The debacles seem to have forced Ms Mayawati to return to an old trick: forge a broader solidarity between Brahmins and Dalits.

Political attempts to woo Brahmins are, however, not limited to Uttar Pradesh.At least, her recent overtures to Brahmins — she pledged to protect the interests of the community at a function — are indicative of her endeavour to breathe life into that famed rainbow alliance.

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