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Mayawati elected BSP Legislative Party leader

Mayawati has been elected BSP Legislative Party leader in Lucknow, today, a day after her astounding victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections.

Lucknow, May 12 : Mayawati has been elected BSP Legislative Party leader in Lucknow, today, a day after her astounding victory in the Uttar Pradesh elections.

She was elected by show of hands. Her name was proposed by senior leader Indrajit Saroj and seconded state unit president Lalji Verma.

The announcement came after her meeting with newly elected MLAs. Mayawati's party bagged 206 of the 402 assembly seats.

Thereafter, she met Governor TV Rajeshwar and staked a claim to form the next government in Uttar Pradesh.

Mayawati is likely to take oath on Sunday evening.

Uttar Pradesh will have a majority government after nearly 14 years.

ANI

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