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Akash Anand: Nephew Akash Anand is no longer the political heir to Mayawati until he demonstrates “maturity.”

Akash Anand: Nephew Akash Anand is no longer the politicalAkash Anand: Nephew Akash Anand is no longer the political

Akash Anand: Chief of the Bahujan Samaj Party Mayawati disqualified her nephew Akash Anand from serving as her political heir, stating that he must gain “maturity” before taking on these responsibilities.

In short

  • Mayawati removes nephew Akash Anand as BSP’s National Coordinator
  • Dec. 2023 saw the announcement of Akash Anand as the successor.
  • Case of Code of Conduct violation registered against Akash recently

Mayawati, the leader of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), announced on Tuesday the removal of her nephew, from his position as her political successor and the party’s National Coordinator. She cited the necessity for him to attain “maturity” before assuming these responsibilities.

In a series of messages on X (Twitter), Mayawati stated, “It is well-known that BSP, beyond being merely a political party, embodies a movement for the self-respect and dignity envisioned by Baba Saheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, as well as for social transformation, to which Shri Kanshi Ram and I have devoted our entire lives. We are also grooming a new generation to carry forward this momentum.”

In a similar vein, while advancing the roles of other individuals within the party, I appointed Shri Akash Anand as the National Coordinator and designated him as my successor. However, considering the paramount interests of the party and the broader movement, he is now relieved of these significant duties until he achieves the requisite level of maturity, she elaborated.

Mayawati also conveyed that Anand Kumar, Akash’s father, will maintain his position within the party.

Last year, on December 10th, Mayawati officially named Akash Anand, aged 28 and holding an MBA from London, as her successor. Anand was entrusted with the responsibility of serving as the party’s National Coordinator.

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A case of Model Code of Conduct breach was filed against Akash Anand in Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, and this brought him into the limelight recently. Anand’s remarks at an election rally, in which he equated the state’s BJP government with the Taliban, prompted the district administration to take notice and take appropriate action.

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