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Jittery UP bureaucrats switch sides as exit polls predict BSP lead

With chances of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) emerging as the single largest party in Uttar Pradesh looming large, bureaucrats are learnt to have already begun switching loyalties.

Lucknow, May 9 : With chances of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) emerging as the single largest party in Uttar Pradesh looming large, bureaucrats are learnt to have already begun switching loyalties.

After having served the Samajwadi Party regime for the past three-and-a-half years, the bureaucrats have suddenly realised that BSP leader Mayawati, or Behenji as she is known locally, might once again head the government in the state.

With this feeling at the back of their minds, the officials are reportedly focussing their attention on the many multi-crore projects started by Mayawati during her last tenure as chief minister, like Ambedkar Park and Ambedkar Udyan.

The two huge statutes of Bhim Rao Ambedkar are painted in blue, which is the colour of the BSP flag, and everything is being spruced up to keep Mayawati in good humour.

According to ANI's Lucknow correspondent, bureaucrats here are in jitters over Mayawati coming back to power.

The results of the just concluded Assembly polls are to be announced on May 11. Counting of votes will be carried out through electronic voting machines (EVMs).

ANI

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