India, Jan. 15 -- Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Wednesday said that her party is a disciplined party and does not believe in violent protest. Her remarks comes days after the BSP skipped an Opposition meeting to take on government on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA called by Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

"BSP does not believe in organising violent protest. It's a disciplined party and follows democratic process to oppose anti-people policies of government," Mayawati said while addressing a press conference on her 64th birthday in Lucknow.

The Congress had convened a meeting of the Opposition parties on Monday to discuss contentious issues, particularly the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and and the economic slowdown...