Uttar Pradesh, BJP: Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa are the five states where the assembly election are scheduled to be held and among this the one state where the possibility was least seems to be highest, the state of Uttar Pradesh.
The assembly elections scheduled to be held in five states:
UP is one of the most important states with 403 seats and the first round of elections will be held on February 11 which will cover mainly the western belt including Kairana, Shamli, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Baghat, Aligarh, Baraut, Chapauli and more.
Due to the ruling party family feud and BSP latest caught in the money trail case the voters are deciding their votes.
As the rift between the Samajwadi Party is out in the open and the father-son duo has failed to compromise despite holding several meetings. It has been observed that in the western Uttar Pradesh, The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has a slight edge in the polls.
It has come to light that the Jat’s which were given to Bahujan Samaj Party head Mayawati are still intact, some of the Muslim Votes will incline towards the Muslim who are confused with the Samajwadi party Drama. The Main problem is with his brother whose income, his fortunes grew exponentially between 2007 and 2014. When Mayawati was chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. His net worth rose from nearly Rs 7.5 crore to Rs 1,316 crore.
The Muslim voters of Uttar Pradesh who play the deciding role in assembly elections are pretty confused and are currently in the situation of a dilemma about whom to vote for. The previous election combination of the Muslim-Yadav vote in UP which brought them to power has been seriously affected by the father-son conflict.
The Yadav are also not sure about the party they will choose especially after the high tendency of the Samajwadi Party split and nothing going well between the Father and son. The old guards, or the previous generation voters are more inclined towards the Mulayam Singh Yadav and the new generation is towards the Akhilesh Singh Yadav. Especially since he had fulfilled many of the promises fulfilled after the previous election.
Many areas in the state who are in favor of Samajwadi Party government. However, the family drama has indeed left the people confused and divided, most of them want to vote for Samajwadi Party however they are divided over whom to vote father and son in case of any divide.
Giving all the above happenings the votes are getting divided and if the Hindus are united then the tendency of BJP is more than in any other state.
The analysis shows that the upper caste people are going to vote for PM Modi. Meanwhile, the people from backwards cast are so fed up with BSP and SP governments from past 15 years, they are looking for a change, that they want to give PM Modi a chance this time and see if he is actually development oriented.
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