The Bahujan Samaj Celebration (BSP) is rising its focal level on the 86 reserved seats in UP earlier than the assembly polls, with its key strategy geared toward mobilizing non-Dalit and greater caste votes, severely Brahmin votes in these constituencies.
BSP chief Mayawati held a marathon assembly with the Vidhan Sabha chiefs of every of those reserved seats on Tuesday in Lucknow and reviewed the works, severely of gross sales situation committees in rising the celebration’s toughen snide in these constituencies. 84 of 86 seats are reserved for scheduled castes (SCs) and two for scheduled tribes (STs).
National traditional secretary of the BSP and the celebration’s Brahmin face, Satish Mishra, has been entrusted with the responsibility of connecting with the entire greater caste groups, severely Brahmin voters of every of those 86 reserved seats, Mayawati stated at a press meet on Tuesday. Amid an eroding toughen snide, the celebration is pinning hopes on registering mountainous wins in these seats as Dalits assemble the celebration’s core voter snide.
BSP had won most attention-grabbing two (Sidhauli in Sitapur and Lalganj in Azamgarh) out of those 86 seats within the closing polls; BJP won in 70 of them. However, it is now replicating its 2007 efficiency when it won in 62 of those seats, with the toughen of the non-Dalits. Non-Dalit votes step by step turn into a deciding factor in these reserved seats that may per chance well demand the splitting of Dalit/tribal votes.
BSP, that doesn’t originate a manifesto, launched a ‘folder’ carrying the works carried out by the outdated BSP governments, to be distributed to the people. A BSP insider stated, with the celebration targeting more youths, it is critical that they maintain been advised of the works carried out by Mayawati because the CM.