BJP is not just reinventing itself, it is also compelling its opponents to redefine themselves.
BSP, which contested all seats in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections, won only one seat, Prithla, in Haryana.
The rally was taken out from Dana Mandi, Jalandhar Bypass.
Mayawati was addressing a meeting of senior party leaders and office bearers of UP and Uttarakhand.
BSP MLA Kushwaha, also wanted in a chit fund fraud case, had been absconding since earlier this year.
BSP chief Mayawati will start a tour of poll-bound Maharashtra and Haryana next week.
The Lok Sabha election results changed the political scenario as the Congress, which earlier had nine out of 10 seats, was reduced to one seat in this year’s election.
A party leader confirmed that the BSP had asked its workers to only vote for the chosen candidates.
Mayawati asked BSP workers to vote for select Independent candidates in the by-elections on 11 Assembly seats.
Party sources said that BSP workers have been asked to vote for former MLC SP Singh, contesting from Lucknow East.
Eight Independents are in the fray for the lone Lok Sabha seat, Mainpuri.
The BJP is on a high and, with the BSP out, is optimistic of a first in Mainpuri.
Singh said there was no transition as such for him from a politician to AG.
Mayawati first suspended and then expelled him. Singh joined the Samajwadi Party (SP) ahead of the Lok Sabha elections in April this year.
The results of bypolls in neighbouring Uttarakhand and Bihar showed no continuation of largescale support for the BJP