Jammu, Nov 26 (UNI) In a bid to woo voters and to address public rallies in the absence of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) national president and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati, seven-year old 'Mini Mayawati' will campaign for the party in different parts of the Jammu region for the seventh phase of assembly elections, which will go to the polls on December 24.
''Though the BSP president is likely to visit the winter capital to address the public rallies once or twice, the remaining public gatherings will be addressed by the Jammu based seven-year old Simran Bangotra famous as 'Mini Mayawati,'' party sources told UNI.
The sources, however, said Sirman not only resembles Ms Mayawati but similarly attires and addresses the rallies like her.
''The 'Mini Mayawati' these days is being trained by her grandfather to address the public rallies in the assembly elections of 13 constituencies during the seventh phase, which will go to the poll on December 24,'' the sources added.
A first class student Simran, popular as 'Mini Mayawati', will also conduct door-to-door campaign for the BSP and address the massive rallies in different constituencies, they said.
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