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Forget last assembly elections performance, SP wants to contest with full energy in this election

Thursday - October 18, 2018 11:47 am , Category : BHOPAL
SP wins 7 seats in the 2003 assembly elections
SP wins 7 seats in the 2003 assembly elections

Challenge of repeating the 2003 performance before Samajwadi Party in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections

0CT 18 (WTN) - As you know, in Madhya Pradesh, there was a discussion till a few days ago that there might be a 'coalition' between the Samajwadi Party and the Congress for the assembly elections. But the ‘discussion’ was only confined to ‘discussion’, and the Samajwadi Party's national president Akhilesh Yadav 'cleaned' that there would not be any coalition with the Congress in Madhya Pradesh. Akhilesh Yadav had alleged that the Congress took ‘time’ for the alliance and any such kind of coalition could not be 'possible'.

Not only that, Akhilesh Yadav had 'cleaned' that his party could combine with the BSP or Godanvana Gantantra Party for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections. But the big question is; has the Congress acted wisely, by not allied with the Samajwadi Party? Because, if we have a ‘glance' at the last assembly elections, then the performance of Samajwadi Party was 'very bad'. Let’s tell you how the Samajwadi Party's performance was in the last four assembly elections.

The Samajwadi Party was formed in the year 1992, and in the next year i.e. in the 1993 assembly elections, the SP didn’t contest in that election. For the first time in the 1998 assembly elections, the Samajwadi Party introduced itself in the politics of Madhya Pradesh. In this election, SP contested on 94 seats and managed to win 4 seats by getting 1.58 percent votes. In this election, the 84 SP candidates’ deposits were forfeited.

In the 2003 assembly elections, the Samajwadi Party contested in the polls with full power. In this election SP contested on 161 seats and its 7 candidates won the election. The SP's performance was the best in this assembly elections and it got 3.71 percent of the votes, but in its 146 candidates’ deposits were forfeited.

Encouraged by the victory of 7 seats in the 2003 assembly elections, the Samajwadi Party fielded its candidates in 187 seats in the 2008 assembly elections. But in this election, SP didn’t do anything special and only got 1.99 percent of the votes and could win only one seat. In this election, 183 SP candidates’ deposits were forfeited.

In the last assembly elections, the SP contested on 164 seats but could not achieve the same success as the year 2003. In the 2013 assembly elections, SP got only 1.20 percent of the votes and its candidate couldn’t win any seat. In this election, 161 SP candidates’ deposits were forfeited.

Clearly, expect 2003 assembly elections; the Samajwadi Party's performance has not been particularly prominent. In the last election, SP got only 1.20 percent of the votes, which was its 'weakest' performance so far. Akhilesh Yadav, who was ‘unhappy’ with ‘no alliance’ with Congress, had said clearly in Chhatarpur, "Whoever Congressman will not get the ticket for the assembly elections, he can come to the Samajwadi Party and SP will give him the ticket.” Now let’s see, how would Akhilesh Yadav get success in his strategy? And will he be able to repeat 2003 assembly election performance?
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