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Mayawati meets Sonia

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today met Congress President Sonia Gandhi on her two-day visit to the national capital and has reportedly promised Bahujan Samaj Partys (BSP) support in the upcoming Presidential polls.

New Delhi, May 25 : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati today met Congress President Sonia Gandhi on her two-day visit to the national capital and has reportedly promised Bahujan Samaj Party's (BSP) support in the upcoming Presidential polls.

Sonia had invited Mayawati for tea at her 10, Janpath residence, as she has been trying to bring a consensus on the nominee for the Presidential candidate among a wide range of political leaders of UPA and other parties.

However, Mayawati refused to talk to the waiting media outside 10, Janpath.

Earlier Mayawati had declined to comment on BSP's Presidential preference.She had also rejected suggestions of BSP joining the UPA government at the Centre but maintained that her party would continue to support the Congress-led coalition from outside.

ANI

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