BSP UP CM Candidate: Mayawati is a strong candidate for CM

Everyone people know that Mayawati will become BSP UP CM Candidate for upcoming election 2017?  Mayawati has not been good for the last two major elections. Election defeat in 2012 led to the BSP. Mayawati’s party in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in the state could not open up the account. Results of five state assembly elections in May 2016. Following the political focus has now shifted to Uttar Pradesh.
In the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the BSP could win even a single seat, but the party got 20 percent votes. 72 percent of the support base of the BSP Jatavs, Muslims and Dalits. According to the initial survey, she was leading, because now people want change. Since the BJP has no face UP until now, that has returned to the limelight in the politics of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati.

BSP UP CM Candidate: Mayawati

We are sharing with you more information about Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister. Now in this post, We are talking about Bahujan Samajwadi Party President and future Uttar Pradesh Chief minister. We are giving you all details about BSP Party and their CM Candidate.

Mayawati’s BSP forces …

  • BSP gradually managed to make an impact in UP

BSP’s vote share in UP, where 9.4 percent in 1989, while 30.4 percent of the votes in 2007, the BSP won power. In 2007, the BSP won 206 seats out of 403. But the BSP’s vote share has declined. The party’s vote share in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections came to 19.8 slips. The election of 1996 the figure was in the UP elections. It seems to me that the party’s vote share will beat bounce back.

Modi in the 2014 general elections, despite the wind, she got 20 per cent votes. However, to meet the 16 percent compared to 2009, Mayawati Jatvon and non-voting shares lost 35 per cent to meet Jatvon. BSP, BJP managed to outdo. These elections, which were more local than national issues were important.

So it is said that the dream of becoming prime minister Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mayawati to puncture Dalits to vote in favor of the BJP. Especially in such assemblies, where the BJP-SP was direct competition. UP polls came CSDS report points towards similar.


  • Dalit and Muslim vote bank support

In Uttar Pradesh, the Dalit vote bank of around 21 per cent. The old traditional vote bank of Congress vote in the 1980s, Ram’s BSP was shifting and still remains the same. She belongs to Jatav.

57 per cent of Dalits Jatvon population. Some 12 percent of the total population of the state is Jatvon vote. Jatvon by 60 per cent in the 2012 assembly elections, Mayawati chose. Remember that the 2012 elections are concerned, the year 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the Samajwadi Party had won the election and the same odds. Non-Jatvon BSP in the Lok Sabha elections, 29 percent voted. Found 50 percent of votes in the Assembly elections in 2012 the figure was much lower. The BJP has managed to kill a dent.

Akhilesh Yadav’s rule have increased incidents of crime against Dalits. In the 2017 elections, the BSP can return underdog.

(SC / ST Prevention Attrositij Act of 1752 compared to 2012 in 2014, 1860 cases of crimes against Dalits were registered.)

SP’s victory in 2012, and despite winning the last two general elections, the BSP not to support Muslims (17 to 20 percent) remained close to her. SP’s Muslim vote in the 2014 general elections was around 28 per cent. She beat the BJP emerging as a player, so he can put a dent in the vote.

  • Allies have been able to transfer the votes Mayawati

She paved the Muslim and Dalit vote bank. The vote she can transfer its allies. In 1996, Congress and BSP were closely contested. BSP at the time was able to transfer their support base to the Congress.

Congress seats contested, the party’s vote share almost doubled. 27.7 compared to 15.1 in 1993. In 1996, the Congress managed to get votes. Although it did not gain much BSP. But one thing is clear, it’s that what she stood aside, these are important.

  • Mayawati in Uttar Pradesh hold

Keep in mind the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP is a party other than the BSP, which has good support in Uttar Pradesh. BSP to open an account in the general elections because these are the reasons, the present BJP, the BSP and the old Congress party also became a cadre base.

CSDS said all 7 areas of UP, was the lowest vote share of BSP Gap (4 percent), nearly 12 percent for other parties. SP Rohikhand most support (31.4 percent) and the lowest period (15.9 percent) were found. In contrast to the recent Congress of the SP. The highest and the lowest period in Rohilkhand. BJP’s vote, the highest 50.2 percent and the lowest in western Uttar Pradesh, Awadh (37.6 per cent) was. Got nearly equal support in all areas of BSP. At the party, the most votes eastern Uttar Pradesh (21.1 per cent) and the lowest Rohilkhand (17.7) were in.

SP 22.3 per cent vote share in the Lok Sabha polls found. Soft grip of family and family at places 5 seats. The five seats won by large margins the SP. The five seats SP around 4.9 million votes, about 2.1 million votes, while the remaining seats. The lion’s share of votes received by the SP came from all five seats. If these seats are removed votes, equivalent to 19.8 percent of the votes, the BSP will come.

In addition to the strong support of the poor Dalit leader Mayawati is also considered. (About 30 percent of UP’s total population are below the poverty line.) However, support has declined in the last four elections. In this case, she has 41 to 32 percent. But despite the air of Modi in the Lok Sabha elections, Mayawati managed to get the votes of the poor, around 31 per cent.
Who will win the 2017 elections? This is an important and difficult question. But one thing is certain, it’s that some guess by looking at the performance of BSP in the Lok Sabha polls would be foolish. Akhilesh’s anti-incumbency against the SP, BSP, and BJP, its battle is between. She has also been ahead in opinion polls. Politics heats up.

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