"In 2008, when our party was in power in Uttar Pradesh, we brought down the Rs.150 per month power bills in villages to Rs.110 per month, and later hiked it only marginally to Rs.125 per month after ensuring 14-hour power supply," she told a massive crowd of supporters and party workers at the "Savdhan" (caution) rally in the state capital.
While her party has been dismissive of the AAP as a small time phenomenon, Mayawati also took a dig at the AAP drive to collect funds for the party.
"My party will not run on funds collected by people but on the toil, blood and sweat of our supporters" she said.
She also said that political leaders are now talking of water supply being made free. Her government had not hiked water prices.
The Dalit leader targeted Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying he projects himself as a representative of the "Vaishya" and "Baniya" (trader castes) and would deprive the downtrodden and deprived castes of their rightful place in society.
She said that despite the rise of some parties in the Delhi state assembly elections, the BSP's voter base remains intact.