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What to conclude with Amit Shah's statement on BSP?
When Amit Shah declared that gas cylinders will be provided free of charge a few days ago, the BJP was mocked, claiming that since prices are rising, the BJP is now understanding.
There were four election phases in Uttar Pradesh are completed. Since the second-third phase, Akhilesh Yadav, who is taking against the BJP this time, has claimed a majority for the SP. This time, Akhilesh Yadav stayed on his feet from the start. The choice of coalition partners was done with care. So that there are no conflicts of interest, the focus is on smaller parties. The alliance partners generated and distributed tickets while taking account of social dynamics.
Saifai also bolstered the calculations, since the Yadav family's breakup was one of the key causes for the party's failure in the previous elections. Simultaneously, Akhilesh Yadav started an electoral campaign based on communal polarization tactics. The BJP attempted to make religious polarisation the foundation in UP at first, using phrases like Jinnah and 'Abbajaan.' The cremation ground-graveyard, as the previous time, should be the concern for parties. After Ayodhya, the roar of Kashi-Mathura was heard much sooner in the speeches of BJP leaders.
However, the BJP eventually realized that the people would not be easily moved this time. As a result, the BJP began to preach about law and order as well as development. However, the BJP appears to have been trounced by the SP in this election as well. When the BJP used terms like exodus and mafia raj to describe the situation. As a result, he was reminded of Unnao, Hathras, Lakhimpur Kheri, and other places. The BJP is now compelled to discuss the topics and challenges that affect the average person.
When Amit Shah declared that gas cylinders will be provided free of charge a few days ago, the BJP was mocked, claiming that since prices are rising, the BJP is now understanding. Obviously, the BJP is equally concerned about rising prices and unemployment. These fundamental issues, as well as stray animals, plagued the inhabitants of Uttar Pradesh. The public's ability to protect standing crops in the fields was deteriorating. The BJP has been ignoring the people's concerns for the last five years.
However, the Prime Minister now needs to guarantee that work in this direction will begin after March 10. That indicates that the BJP believes it will reclaim power. To support this argument, the BJP has created fresh methods. In an interview with Home Minister Amit Shah, an example of this was discovered. Mayawati is still relevant, according to Amit Shah, who also claims that Muslims would vote for the BSP in an interview with a TV broadcaster. Amit Shah made his comments after three rounds of voting and before the fourth round.
This indicates that the BJP is searching for partners with whom it can easily control for power. However, Mayawati's BSP has been dubbed the BJP's B squad since she has avoided coming out against the BJP on a number of major issues. However, when the U.P. polls began, Mayawati sometimes expressed her displeasure with the tweet. While the BJP was not only seen opposing the BSP in these elections, Amit Shah also made a joke at Mayawati for not campaigning. Amit Shah had announced at a rally in December that Mayawati had not gone out to campaign. Mayawati had responded by saying, "The heat of the government and the poor's exchequer has grabbed those in positions of power in the cold.
Ours, like other parties, is a party of the poor and laborers; it is not a party of Dhanna Seths-capitalists." However, not only has the weather changed in the last two months but so has the tone of the politicians. The BJP's softening of its stance on Mayawati and her party, the BSP, signals a shift in power dynamics.
The key battleground in this election is considered to be between the BJP and the SP. Mayawati, Uttar Pradesh's four-time Chief Minister, has so far refrained from displaying her trademark aggressiveness. Experts think, however, that Mayawati is secure in her usual supporters. With 11-12 percent Jatav votes, they have consistently received about 20% of the vote in every election. Mayawati has again balanced the social equations in her ticket distribution, which might provide her 20-25 percent of the vote and alter the defeat-win of other parties in several seats. As a result, the election's primary struggle will not be between the BJP and the SP; the BSP might emerge as a serious challenger.
The SP benefits from the votes that the BJP does not get. Votes go to the account of SP. The BJP, on the other hand, benefits from triangular elections since it makes bargaining for establishing a government simpler. Congress has also attempted to fight in recent elections, although it has not played a crucial role. It's probable that Congress may eventually join the SP.
The BSP, on the other hand, has yet to play its cards. Mayawati is pointing out both the Congress and the SP's shortcomings, and she isn't sparing the BJP. However, now that Amit Shah has cemented his importance, the meaning of the seal on this remark will be exposed, maybe after March 10.