Staff Reporter

NEW DELHI: Winding up her party’s election campaign in the Capital with a public meeting at Sultanpuri on Wednesday, Bahujan Samaj Party leader Mayawati went all out to assert her outfit’s new image as a “sarvajan party”.

Wooing the crowd at Sultanpuri, which has a high percentage of reserved category voters and Muslims, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister reiterated her assurances of full Statehood for Delhi and reservation for the economically backward upper classes.

She urged the people to vote for her party this Saturday to usher in a change.

Referring to the issue of regularisation of unauthorised colonies here, she said unlike the previous governments that had failed to address the issue the BSP would implement what it has promised.

Accusing the Congress and the BJP of neglecting the minorities, she said none of these parties had made any efforts to give reservation to the economically challenged upper castes and the Muslims.

She also assured that once her party is elected, crime in the Capital would come down and inflation would be tamed.