Lok Sabha MP Danish Ali suspended from Mayawati’s BSP amidst political turmoil


In a dramatic turn of events, Lok Sabha MP Danish Ali has been suspended from the Bahujan Samaj Party, led by Mayawati, amid a whirlwind of political controversy. This decision, citing “anti-party activity,” has sent shockwaves through the corridors of Indian politics.

This suspension comes in the wake of a heated exchange on the floor of the house, where Ali recently became a target. The BSP’s statement highlighted repeated warnings to Ali against actions contrary to the party’s policies, ideology, and discipline. Despite these warnings, Ali’s actions have been deemed counterproductive to the party, resulting in his suspension.

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Ali has refuted the charges of anti-party activities, asserting his dedication to strengthening the BSP and opposing the anti-people policies of the BJP government. He expressed readiness to face any repercussions for his actions, which he perceives as a stand against injustice.

Mayawati suspends Lok Sabha MP Danish Ali from Bahujan Samaj Party

Mayawati suspends Lok Sabha MP Danish Ali from Bahujan Samaj Party

Ali’s suspension has also been influenced by recent interactions with prominent opposition leaders and his one-man protest outside Parliament, advocating for justice for Trinamool Congress leader Mahua Moitra, who faced expulsion from Lok Sabha. His actions have further intensified the debate surrounding decorum and conduct in Parliament.

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This suspension follows a massive political row involving BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri, who directed communal slurs at Ali during a discussion in September this year. While Bidhuri later expressed regret for his remarks, the incident has left a lasting impact on parliamentary proceedings and party dynamics.

In the backdrop of these events, the BSP’s action against Ali, a former JD(S) leader who joined the BSP in 2019, raises questions about party loyalty and political alignments. Ali’s journey, from his entry into politics with Janata Dal (Secular) to winning the Amroha constituency in the 2019 general elections, has been marked by significant shifts and now, a contentious suspension that has the political sphere abuzz with speculation and debate.

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