The Bhartiya Janata Party is not doing the right thing as far as the Uttar Pradesh polls are concerned.
The party, which along with its associate Apna Dal won 73 of the 80 seats in 2014 General Elections, has seen a spate of electoral losses subsequent to its victory in India’s largest state.
That makes the Modi Factor a parliamentary one limited the Lok Sabha polls which failed to make any impact at the assembly level.
The BJP are well aware of its plans to make a comeback in 2019 are directly dependent on cracking the riddle associated with the 403 seats of UP.
Less than two years are left in assembly polls but the UP BJP is yet to have a full-time senior leader. Rajnath Singh was never enough and the BJP have lost any of credible UP faces.
Akhilesh Yadav had stormed into the chief-ministerial office and residence in March 2012 and would hope to lubricate the Yadav-Muslim combine to work on his advantage again. His pro-OBC politics evolves and revolves around it.
Mayawati who has been dormant so far, is expected to become active to create hurdles and win back the UP from Akhilesh Yadav.
They both have roadmaps and they both haven’t anything but Uttar Pradesh.
While the BJP have the nation and must also win the state to keep its hopes afloat for 2019.
But so far, it has failed in this objective.
©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey – https://santoshchaubey.wordpress.com/