As the Assembly elections of the most populous state comes to a close with the sixth of the seven-phase elections taking place today, BSP chief Mayawati is addressed a rally in Varanasi, which will be the key seat that will be voting in the last phase of elections on March 8. She, in her speech, hit out at the BJP and SP-Congress on their campaign tactics and said, "You can get the media limelight for a while with the crowds from outside, but they can't vote for you." The 61-year-old leader is confident that Uttar Pradesh has decided to give her party majority votes. PM Modi's notes ban, she said, was a move to take people's attention off the key election issues. It created a huge dent and lakhs of people lost their jobs due to the ban of the high-value currency, BSP chief added.