SP-BSP Alliance for 2019 Polls: The Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Party combine in Uttar Pradesh can become a big obstacle in the path of becoming Prime Minister again. In fact, there is an old saying in Indian politics that the path of Delhi passes through Lucknow. The pre-poll preference of the C-voter is also being stamped on this matter.
SP-BSP Alliance for 2019 Polls, PM Modi can come again in Power Next Year
According to the C-Voter survey, if the SP and BSP combine cannot be formed in the state, the NDA can get 291 seats in the general elections, which will be 19 more than the magical figure of the majority. Although the coalition of the two parties remains, NDA seats in the 534-member Lok Sabha will be reduced to 247 seats. In this situation, it will need 25 more MPs’ support for the majority.
Tell us that in the 2014 general elections, UP had made a big contribution to BJP’s magnificent victory, where the party won 71 Lok Sabha seats in 80 seats. According to this recent survey, if elections are held today, the SP-BSP alliance can win 50 seats in Uttar Pradesh, while BJP may have to satisfy only 28 seats. Accordingly, it is showing a loss of 43 seats compared to the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
At the same time if the Maha coalition joins the Congress, for which the party is making every effort, then the figure of his victory can increase further. It has also shown its own self-confidence in the by-poll in the three Lok Sabha seats in the state, where it had waved the victory in Kairana, apart from the seat of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Gorakhpur, the seat of Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya and Phulpur.
Another notable point of this survey is that in this, 15 Lok Sabha seats in Odisha have been estimated to go to BJP’s account. In Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, the UPA is expected to get good success.