-Party BJP formed stake front by merging eight parties
Seven teams that came with SP are ready to come together many more
-Congress BSP is adamant on the decision to fight alone for the time being
Many parts of the Rajbhar’s participation resolution front have become
Lucknow. Be it the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party or the Samajwadi Party, both the parties have to take the help of petty parties to achieve Mission-2022. Whereas the Bahujan Samaj Party and the Congress have not yet announced an alliance with anyone. So far, both these parties are firm on their decision to contest the elections on their own. Be it the ruling BJP or the main opposition party, SP, both have more faith in smaller parties than themselves. Be it SP or BJP, both the parties are engaged in increasing their clan by taking small parties along. The Bharatiya Janata Party has recently announced the formation of a share front in response to the front being made by the SP.
The parties that have joined this front are the Indian Manav Samaj Party, Musahar Andolan Manch (Garib Party), Shoshit Samaj Party, Manavhit Party, Bharatiya Suheldev Janata Party, Prithviraj Janshakti Party, Bharatiya Samata Samaj Party, Pragatisheel Samaj Party. Recently, in a press conference held at the BJP headquarters, State President Swatantradev Singh announced the formation of this front and also said that by coming with this front, the BJP would get wide support of the backward dalits, the downtrodden and the neglected. Before coming with these parties, Nishad Party and Apna Dal(S) are with BJP, a large section of backwards is associated with both these parties, so BJP leadership feels that this time the path will be easier than before. .
The BJP has a big concern to save the votes of the backward Dalits along with the forward ones. The Samajwadi Party is not ready to take any risk in order to ensure its victory, that is why it has started collecting smaller parties with it. The parties he has taken along include Rashtriya Lok Dal, Suheldev Bharat Samaj Party, Democratic Party, Nationalist Congress, Mahan Dal and Trinamool Congress. However, there is a possibility of joining the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the coming days in the SP clan. What is the support of these chillar parties that came with BJP’s share front and SP, it will be known only in the elections.
Because a similar experiment was done in the 2017 assembly elections when the Partnership Sankalp Morcha was formed under the leadership of former minister Omprakash Rajbhar, President of Suheldev Bharat Samaj Party, in which AIMI, Bhim Army, Jan Adhikar Party, Rashtriya Uday Party, Rashtriya Neyat Samaj Party , Jankranti Party, Apnadal (Communist) Bharat Mata Party. Some of these parties also contested elections, out of which only Suheldev Bharat Samaj Party got four seats, the account of any other party was not even opened. This time also it was expected to participate in the elections of the same front, but after Om Prakash Rajbhar went with the SP, many parts of the partner Sankalp Morcha have become. The Bhim Army Azad Samaj Party, along with AIMI, part of this front, has distanced itself from Rajbhar for the time being.
Azad Samaj Party President Chandrashekhar Azad is keen on an alliance with the BSP, while Owaisi also believes that the SP Congress, which does politics in the name of Muslims, has kept Muslims as its captives in the past years. At present, he has not entered into an alliance with any party. If political experts are to be believed, if Owaisi contests elections on his own without any alliance, then he will harm the SP, BSP and Congress the most. BJP has never claimed to be with Muslim votes, this vote bank has been claimed by these three parties. Experts are not averse to believe that the way Owaisi harmed the Congress RJD alliance in Bihar, on the same lines, he could not do any good to himself and other opposition parties here but will definitely benefit the BJP.