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Analysis: No major alliance in Madhya Pradesh is Congress big 'political mistake'

Wednesday - November 21, 2018 12:43 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Samajwadi Party and BSP's 'serious allegations' against Congress
Samajwadi Party and BSP's 'serious allegations' against Congress

Congress could have got advantage if had alliance with BSP and SP in Assembly elections

NOV 21 (WTN) - Has the Congress made a big mistake by not having alliance with BSP and Samajwadi Party in Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections? We are saying this because it is being said that due to the polarization of anti-BJP votes this time, Congress may hardly succeed in defeating BJP in Madhya Pradesh. It is also being said that if Congress had pre-coalition with BSP, polarization of anti-BJP votes would stop and the BJP would get reduced to 100. But the big question is that why didn’t the Congress combine with the BSP and SP.

Samajwadi Party's national president Akhilesh Yadav has claimed that Congress was not ready to include BSP in the proposed alliance for the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, and this is why the Samajwadi Party didn’t even have an alliance with the Congress.Akhilesh Yadav says about alliance, "We had told the Congress that the battle in Madhya Pradesh is huge and take the BSP together, but the Congress was ready to combine with our party, but with the BSP, they (Congress) don’t to compromise."

Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav claims that if the Congress had an alliance with the Samajwadi Party, BSP and Gondwana Ganatantra Party in Madhya Pradesh, this coalition would get more than 200 seats out of total 230 seats in the state.

If Akhilesh Yadav is considered, then his point is right. In the last assembly elections, BJP got 44.87 percent of the votes in the 2013 assembly elections, whereas Congress got 36.38 percent votes. BSP got 6.29 percent, Samajwadi Party got 0.03 percent and Gondwana Ganatantra Party got 1 percent of the votes. That is, if the votes of the Congress, BSP, SP and Gondwana Ganatantra Party were united, then this coalition could give BJP the equal fight in this assembly election.

But the way the Akhilesh Yadav is claiming that the Congress doesn’t combine with the Samajwadi Party and Gondwana Ganatantra Party to keep the BSP away from the coalition, the Congress itself will be able to answer it.
However, BSP's national president Mayawati had said a few days ago that due to the leaders like Digvijay Singh, the BSP could not have a coalition with the Congress. For your information, let you know that Digvijay Singh had targeted on the BSP saying that due to the fear of CBI, Mayawati didn’t cooperate with the Congress.

Here, BSP president Mayawati has made big allegations against Congress. Describing the reason behind not being in the alliance with the Congress in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Mayawati said, "Under the alliance of the Congress, the Congress wanted to eliminate the BSP by giving very few seats under thought-provoking strategy and conspiracy." Mayawati said that it was better than compromising on fewer seats with the Congress that we decided to contest the elections alone.

The Congress can give the correct answer to what is the reason behind the Congress being united with the other parties, but the big question is whether the Congress didn’t form with the coalition witrh Samajwadi Party and Gondwana Ganatantra Party to keep Mayawati's BSP away is a big mistake? The other question arises that there is how many truth in the allegations that Mayawati is putting.

It is being said that the amendment in the SC-ST Act is displeasing to the upper castes and the backward classes. In such a situation, if the Congress had coalition with the BSP, then the Congress would have to face the wrath of this society, in such a situation the Congress was determined to contest elections on its own.
At the same time, the Congress may not have coalition with the Samajwadi Party because the Samajwadi Party got only 0.03 percent votes in the last election held in 2013, in that Congress would have felt that the Samajwadi Party doesn’t have any more existence in the state of Madhya Pradesh, and if Congress had coalition with Samajwadi Party, then the party had to give some seats so the Congress workers could get angry at those seats.

But politicians believe that if the Congress had coalition with the BSP and the Samajwadi party, polarization would stop for the anti-BJP votes, but now it is not so and polarization of anti-BJP votes has been done so that the BJP will get its full advantage. It can be said that the Congress has made a major political mistake in the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections and party may have to suffer in the elections.