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If the opposition needs public support, it will have to come up on the ground instead of keeping quiet by issuing comments and statements on Twitter and understanding the public sentiments and formulate a concrete strategy. A positive agenda will have to be laid before the public to fulfill its aspirations. The days of negative politics are currently over from Uttar Pradesh.
However, the SP can also say that it too has retained its dominance by retaining its Malhani seating seat. Its result is 100 percent. The Congress can argue that it gave a direct fight to the BJP in Bangarmau and made its presence felt by making the contest triangular in Ghatampur that its prospects are not considered to be over.
The BSP can also say that by giving a direct fight to the BJP in Bulandshahr and Ghatampur and staying in second place, it has shown that it has not finished in the politics of the state. At the same time it has no rapport with the BJP. However, these arguments may be giving the leadership of these parties a feeling of complacency, but who says that of the general public does not seem to sit easily in the minds of their workers.
This is the situation
Even though the SP retained the Malhani seat and finished second in Naugawan Sadat, Deoria and Tundla. He has tried to tell that the main contest against Kamal is of the bicycle by staying second in the vote percentage after BJP. Despite this, it needs to be kept in mind that there was a continuous claim from the SP that the Yogi government had lost public confidence. He claimed to have stamped it with the by-election results. At the same time, during the Rajya Sabha elections, by breaking seven BSP MLAs, he tried to give the message that his graph was climbing.
In such a situation, just maintaining your Malhani seat cannot be considered as the strength of the SP. Similarly, in the two seats where the Congress was fighting, the local candidate had more influence than the party. Therefore, instead of biting the figures of Bangarmau and Ghatampur, there seems to be more need to introspect if there is no countable votes despite having a national party in the remaining places.
The BSP also needs to understand the fact that it has become the third party in the state. The BJP is also strategically heavy on the opposition. The way in which the lotus blossomed despite having a large number of Muslim voters in Bulandshahr and Amroha, it became clear that even on the strategic front, the opposition parties were unsuccessful. During the Rajya Sabha elections, the SP's demolition of the BSP went in favor of the BJP. There has been polarization in his favor.
Brahmin not spill, backward and SC too
In fact, the SP and Congress leaders, especially from the opposition, were claiming public confidence in the BJP government in the past over the incidents of Bikru, Prayagraj and Hathras in the state. In Purvanchal, claims of supremacy and confrontation between Brahmins and Thakurs were being made by the opposition. There were also claims of backward castes of the BJP splitting out of the incident during the allocation of quota shop in Ballia. There were also attacks on the government over Corona's actions.
Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi appeared on the streets regarding Hathras and claimed the farewell of the Yogi government. RLD national vice president Jayant Chaudhary also voiced strong opposition. Everyone tried to create this atmosphere by linking this incident with the honor and self-respect of the Scheduled Castes, that the respect of this class is not safe in the BJP government.
Most of the political pundits also agreed that the votes of the Jats and the Scheduled Castes, especially in the West, have fallen away from the BJP. These findings were beginning to be found that it could shock the BJP in the by-elections. However, the results do not seem so. Particularly in Deoria, the bitter defeat of SP's strong Brahmin leader Brahmashankar Tripathi at the hands of BJP's new face Dr. Satyaprakash Mani Tripathi is indicating that Brahmins will be with BJP.
These are also messages
BJP leader Amit Puri claims that the public has understood that the opposition has no business except to make hollow allegations and do negative politics. Therefore, while teaching them a lesson, they have advised them to desist from protest to protest. Political analysts believe the results have proved that public support remains with the government.
Dr. AK Verma, director of Central for the Study of Society and Politics, Kanpur, says that this will continue to happen until the opposition tries to understand the trends and changes in the minds of voters. He has to understand that there will be influence of castes in the society, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's strategy is gradually ending its influence with politics.
Earlier, caste worked in politics, but Prime Minister Modi associated himself with the concerns of the poor and furthering the evolutionary politics and focusing on their needs, the opposition failed to understand the system. Money directly reached the account of the poor, got a house, got gas, and grains found in the Corona era broke the ethnic mobilization. The skill and participation of Prime Minister Modi in the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya got the support of the public. It is clear from Dr. Verma's point that the public is no longer going to get entangled in the politics of allegations.
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