The BSP in a press release only referred to his remarks dubbing the prime minister as "Gabbar Singh" as the reason behind his removal.
Earlier, accusing the Congress and other parties of shedding "crocodile tears" for farmers, the Prime Minister had asked why developmental and irrigation projects across the country were neglected during their rule.
Modi laid the foundation stone for the Rs 23,000 crore Purvanchal Expressway at Azamgarh and described the occasion as the beginning of a new chapter in the development of Uttar Pradesh, particularly its eastern part.
Mayawati said that it was her government which had created a new district in honor of Kabir and proposed the idea of dividing the state into four parts to ensure overall development.
Mayawati said the saffron party had lost all moral rights to speak about the welfare of these sections after their continued harassment.
The BSP supremo alleged the BJP's Kashmir policy seems to be guided more by "narrow politics" of the party rather than being guided by the welfare of the people.
Mayawati said that the move signifies the "administrative failure" of PM Modi and that the central government is finding itself unable to prepare experts in these departments.
Her personal secretary today said she has vacated the bungalow on 6, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg which was allotted to her as former chief minister.
The SP-BSP combine had defeated BJP in Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha bye-elections in March.
Months after announcing BSP’s alliance with Janta Dal (Secular), Mayawati will finally campaign in Mysore and Chitradurga district during her two-day visit to the state
"Intoxicated by power, BJP leaders are taking the people of the country for fools... The indecent and undemocratic language used by BJP president Amit Shah during the Mumbai meeting is condemnable," Mayawati said in a statement here.
Mayawati was apparently referring to Arjit Shashwat, son of Union minister of state Ashwini Kumar Choubey who was recently booked for allegedly inciting communal passion by taking out an ‘unauthourised' procession in Bhagalpur town.
By some queer stroke of luck or may be design, Behenji nominated Bhim Rao Ambedkar to take on the SP from Lakhna in 2007. If politics is about perception and messaging, then Mayawati succeeded in doing precisely that by winning comfortable majority in the state and getting Ambedkar elected from Mulayam’s bastion.
Uttar Pradesh has a total of 404 Assembly seats (including a nominated member). Out of these, the BJP has 311 MLAs.
What transpired at the meeting was not immediately known, but party insiders believed the two leaders discussed a grand alliance ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
Expressing concern over the coal mining issue, she alleged that it has come at a time when some "wealthy and capitalists" embezzled huge sums of money from public sector banks and fled the country.
As part of the event the party has reportedly asked sitting and former MPs, legislators, zonal coordinators, district presidents and other functionaries to bring minimum financial support of Rs 50,000 from at least 500 supporters each to fill the party coffers
Several towns and cities in Maharashtra were on the edge today as Dalit protests against Monday's violence in Pune spilled over to Mumbai, with agitators damaging scores of buses, and disrupting road and rail traffic, officials said.
Mayawati also questioned as to how the Congress will have the moral right to fight against the BJP's "anti- constitutional" thinking.
"The BJP leaders have shown 'achhe din' (good days) to the people of this country by misleading them. Now, the people have made up their minds to show them 'bure din' (bad days)," she said in a dig at the BJP's popular slogan 'achhe din'.
The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister, while referring to the induction nine new ministers, also said that retired bureaucrats were being relied on more than politicians.
The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister claimed that the comments made by BJP leaders against the court on the issue of violence, following self-styled godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's conviction in a rape case, had not been liked by the countrymen.
In a statement, she expressed deep anguish over the loss of lives in the state after the frenzied followers of the Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh went on a rampage within a few hours of the pronouncement of the judgement by a CBI court in the 2002 case.
She claimed that the people of Bihar had been betrayed with state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar switching sides from the grand alliance to the NDA.
This is not the first time that Mayawati was heckled while speaking in the House or the Chair has tried to restrict the duration of her speech, so her aggressive postures in the House before storming out has been taken as a move to draw attention on herself and brand the BJP as anti-Dalit.