The nation Is going to vote for Loksabha election in 2024 and all the political parties have started their campaign to raise their flag on throne of Delhi.
Uttar Pradesh the most populous state of the country holds the key of Loksabha as 80 constituencies comes under the state.
After a failed alliance with Samajwadi party in 2019 polls, BSP is looking for a new partner to get the revival in UP.
A two-page note issued by the Bahujan Samaj Party has signed for a new political allignment in UP. The note released after a party meeting held between BSP supremo Mayawati and other leaders. In that press note, BSP mocked BJP and samajwadi party but avoid a single statement on Congress which is indicating that BSP is not targetting India’s oldest political power for the new alliance.
Nitish did not invite BSP for meeting of opposition in Patna.
A meet of opposition was held in Patna lask week on the call of Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar where prominent Non- BJP faces gathered for a unity conclave but Nitish Kumar didn’t invite BSP supremo Mayawati.
Mayawati predicted the outcome of the meeting that it would end up being a case of “dil mile na mile, haath milate rahiye”(wheather heart meet or not let’s keep the handshakes going).
After being accused of working as the B team of bjp, Mayawati is continuously targeting BJP in UP.
BSP’s silence can set a narrative in UP politics.
Political analysts believe that her silence on Congress in her june2023 was not just a chance miss, but a new indication of new political allignment before 2024 loksabha elections.
BSP and INC also had in talk before 2018 election but things didn’t work out accordingly.
BSP’s plan to recreate muslim-dalit plan.
Both the parties BSP and INC are at their lowest in UP as BSP got 12% votes and INC got only 2% votes in 2022 assembly elections and fighting for their existence.
Both BSP and INC are aware with the fact that minority voters are very important for their revival.
Mayawati has been trying to woo Muslim voters by giving large number of tickets to Muslim candidates but it ends up by dividing the Muslim voters which helps BJP.
Congress is still the most preferred party of Muslims and the fact is attracting Mayawati to form a new alliance.
BSP is currently in alliance with Shiromani Akali dal in Punjab, the ex member of NDA.