Big blow to BJP in UP Vidhan Sabha elections – ‘Not even getting 100 seats in own survey’


Big news has come to the fore amid reports of confrontation between Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the BJP high command. A newspaper made a big claim that in the upcoming assembly elections of UP, BJP is not getting even 100 seats in its internal survey. If this survey is to be believed, then BJP is sure to go from the power of the state. At the same time, there is anger in BJP regarding CM Yogi. Dainik Bhaskar, citing the survey, said that BJP will be reduced to less than 100 seats in the Vidhan Sabha elections. In such a situation, now the BJP high command is busy making a strategy for smaller parties. In fact, the BJP has realized that if it has to return to power again, then smaller parties will have to be taken along. The newspaper said that all the upheaval from Lucknow to Delhi has been about this survey. The RSS is also in serious contemplation because of this survey. It is believed that the upcoming election can be fought on any other face instead of CM Yogi. But he has already forged an alliance with Owaisi’s party. Apart from this, talks were also held with allies Nishad Party and Apna Dal. But both have put forth their demands. On the other hand, today Akhilesh Yadav has refused to form an alliance with BSP and Congress for the 2022 elections. ‚ÄúSamajwadi Party will not form any alliance with big parties. We will fight the elections with smaller parties. Akhilesh Yadav said that this time there is no possibility of any alliance with Congress or BSP as we do not have good experience with them. The Samajwadi Party chief said, “The people of Uttar Pradesh will decide who is good for them.”


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