BSP Supreme Mayawati’s mother dies, CM Yogi expressed grief – Mayawati’s mother passes away death bsp delhi ntc


History highlights

  • Mother of Supreme BSP Mayawati passes away
  • breathed his last at the age of 92

Supreme BSP Mayawati’s mother, Ramrati, passed away at the age of 92. Mayawati herself has been said to have gone to Delhi. There he will attend his mother’s funeral. The leader of the BSP, Satish Chandra Mishra, has reported on this sad news.

He has told on Twitter that Mayawati’s mother had suffered a heart attack and that is why she died in hospital. At the age of 92, he left this world. For now, the supreme BSP has gone to Delhi. He will attend his mother’s funeral. It is said that after the family reunion, the last rites of Mayawati’s mother will be performed in Delhi tomorrow.

Many leaders have paid tribute to Mayawati’s mother. CM Yogi has written on Twitter that the disappearance of Smt. Ramrati ji, the revered Mataji of the former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and National President of BSP, Ms. Mayawati ji is extremely sad. May Lord Shri Ram grant the deceased soul a place at his feet and force the grieving members of the family to endure this unfathomable pain.

The head of the SP, Akhilesh Yadav, has also expressed regret. They say the death of Smt. Ramrati ji, the mother of the national president of the Bahujan Samaj Party, Ms. Mayawati ji, is extremely sad! May God give place to the dead soul at his feet.

BSP has also issued a press release regarding this sad news. It has been said that the supreme BSP’s mother was very kind and always kept close to her family. He stayed with the family in his last moments and always thought about them. But he died on Saturday of cardiac arrest. By the way, about a year ago, Mayawati’s father, Prabhu Dayal, also passed away.

Now, this sad news has also come at a time when the supreme of the BSP is busy preparing for the UP elections. Campaigning on his behalf is ongoing in all districts, and many party-level meetings are also held. But after your mother’s death, the round of reunions can calm down for a few days. For now, in this difficult time, all BSP workers stand firmly by Mayawati’s side and pay tribute through social media.


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