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UP Chief Minister Mayawati resigned from the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. She was upset that her views were not kept in the House on the violence in Saharanpur. By the way, BSP Supremo holds a personal secret of her personal life, but she kept her childhood pages open for her biography “Behenji” written by Ajay Bose.Mayawati wanted to prove her father wrong in every situation that girls can not do anything. She had a strong desire to become an IAS from childhood. This is why she told her father that ask the school about giving 3 class exams together.
Prabhudas inquired about his daughter’s intention and got the answer in the yes. Mayawati gave the exams 9th, 10th and 11th together. In this way, she took a jum for 3 years and passed the 12th pass (in the age of 16) in 1972.Mayawati was born on January 15, 1956, at Lady Harding Hospital in Delhi. Her childhood was spent in JJ (slum-shack) colony built in Indrapuri, Delhi. She had 2 sisters and 6 brothers.Mayawati’s father Prabhodas was a clerk in the post office. Due to government jobs, her family had settled in Delhi.Mayawati’s first idol was her grandfather Mangalsen.
In fact, Mayawati’s mother, Ramatri, gave birth to three daughters continuously. Prabhudas used to taunt his wife because of not having a son. Not only this, after coming under pressure from the neighbors and relatives, they decided to do it for the second marriage.Mayawati’s grandfather had prevented Prabhudas from getting another marriage. He used to say – see these daughters will carry our total forward. That is why Mayawati loved her grandfather and hated her father.Things are the days when Mayawati studied in the 5th class. Her mother gave birth to 1 son after 3 daughters. Just two days after the birth, Mayawati’s brother’s condition worsened and she became pneumonia. Coincidentally, her father was not at home at that time. He went to Ghaziabad with some work the fear of losing the first son was clear on Mayawati’s mother’s face.Mayawati understood her mother’s condition. She took the bottle of water in one hand and the other in the brother and ran towards the hospital. Whenever Mayawati’s brother used to cry on the way, she would give her some water and keep quiet.
As soon as two hours walk, she reached the government dispensary. She treated the brother and returned home with the same way. Here, her mother’s breath was stuck in both the children. Seeing her laughing in the hands of Mayawati, she came to know her life.
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