For the first time after losing power in Uttar Pradesh, the BSP is all set for its 'Rashtriya Sankalp Maharally' today, coinciding with the death anniversary of its founder Kanshiram. The party will utilise this opportunity to prepare ground for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, party sources said.
The party supremo and the former state chief minister Mayawati during the rally is likely to set the future course of action of her party through the rally besides making her party position clear on a number of issues including support to the UPA government, FDI and reservation in promotions among others.
The party have booked trains and buses to facilitate its workers to join the rally, the sources said.
Workers from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Bihar, Punjab and Maharashtra are likely to attend the rally.
Last month, the BSP president had announced that the final decision on continuing her party's support to the UPA government will be taken at the national executive meeting of her party after Tuesday's rally.
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