In UP, the friendship of SP-BSP’s short-term political interest finally got broken. BSP supremo Mayawati called a press conference and announced its findings. The two parties came together in this Lok Sabha election forgetting their two and a half decades old antagonism. In January this year, the heads of the two parties formally announced the formation of a coalition by press conference. Then it was the assessment of political pundits that this friendship would create difficulties for the BJP in UP. However, after five months this friendship itself is in trouble. Mayawati has imposed a temporary break on the grand alliance. The reason is given that SP’s voters did not support BSP, but the knowledgeists are making another guess. In fact, Mayawati has not completely shuffled the coalition. They have left the option for the future. If the experts believe Mayawati’s strategy may be behind this. During the general elections, Akhilesh Yadav had given a political message that Mayawati would be a candidate for the PM post and she would lead the state’s politics. Now that nothing has been achieved in national politics, BSP supremo wants to re-establish itself as the UP CM candidate. The temporary break-up is being seen as the exercise of pressure on SP.
According to the experts, Mayawati had hoped that Dalits and Muslims were with them. OBC votes will be given due to the alliance from SP, but in West UP the OBCs are less likely to get together. In the three seats here, Saharanpur, Bijnor and Nagina, OBC got the rhythm with the Dalit-Muslim equation and won the coalition. This does not happen on other seats. In the Lok Sabha elections, even though the BJP did a splendid performance in UP, but if the legislature looks, then the picture is not so pleasant for him. In many assembly constituencies under West UP’s Lok Sabha seats, BJP MLAs could not give their candidate more than two votes. In such a situation, if the alliance is in the coming assembly elections, it can be difficult for the BJP.
Meerut Lok Sabha constituency comes in five assembly seats Four are BJP legislators in the four. These include defeat of BJP in Kithaur, Meerut South and Hapur assembly. The only canton assembly constituency alone created the BJP’s way of victory. The BJP is in power on all the assembly seats in Muzaffarnagar, but it has lagged behind in the Lok Sabha elections in Charyaval and Durbana. Here the coalition is ahead. In Khatauli, Sardhana and Muzaffarnagar, the BJP got only a marginal increase. At present, all five assembly constituencies of Baghpat are BJP legislators, but the party in Siwalkhas and Chhaproli failed to make the party headlines. Despite the BJP legislator from Saharanpur and Deoraand Rampur Manipuran assembly seats, Saharanpur defeated the party. Despite the BJP MLA in Karaana’sNakud assembly, BJP candidates lagged behind. The BJP occupies all the Bijnor assembly seats. In spite of this, only to make an edge in Chandpur Mayawati has also expressed doubts about the credibility of the EVM in the result of Lok Sabha elections. He said that this election result forces us to think. However, EVM’s role in Uttar Pradesh is also poor in the result of election results. This is not hidden from anyone-.sources -ems