Kanpur: The Samajwadi Party plans to target the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and the BJP likes to target the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on different striking issues to garner ground for the upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly polls in the next year.
The parties are now busy in declaring one another’s policies as reckless and disastrous. It is the politics and it is noticeably the game of the political leaders who continue to be fairly familiar with their tricks. Their strategy stays well-designed and perfectly planned. It is only their rival parties’ politicians who comprehend the tactics.
It is on account of that very reason that during an informal talk at a house of the Samajwadi Party’s activist in Jajmau area here recently, a city level senior leader of the ruling party was asked to react on the expected position of the party in the next assembly polls. He quickly stated that the party’s better chances in the coming elections could not be overlooked. It would certainly form the government again.
Upon another query on this immense confidence, he replied that there was no question of doubt about it.
"The development works initiated by the Akhilesh government in the state were enough to prove my points. Even the mood of the common people favours our party", he said.
When his prediction was put to test before the people they too supported his views and did not shy away from telling of a fight between the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in the ensuing polls.
In between the conversation, the bearded leader did not fail to deride at the Bahujan Samajwadi Party’s deserters.
"They are of no value at present. We cannot accept them", he said.
However he made it clear that they had been termed as junk by their own party leaders so how could, he said, his leadership tolerate their inclusion.
"It was quite apparent that we denied entry of a very famous leader of eastern UP into the party’s fold lately. The party’s image must be maintained in order to defeat our political rivals", he added.
It cannot be neglected that assembly elections of this populous state are going to be fiercely contested as the Samajwadi Party (SP) is bent upon securing maximum number of seats once again that the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) respectively are not going to endure.
As the months are passing by fastly, the strain for contesting the coming Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections is increasing among leaders of these political parties. However, these political parties' leaders are trying hard to finalise their respective strategies to reach people’s heart, and also to capture the seat of power in this state.
Whereas the SP aims to regain its seats, the BSP is desperate to come to power after several years and lastly the BJP intends to emerge victorious with flying colours.
All are desperate to condemn one another for diverse reasons. If BJP is being castigated for its failure to control the prices of essential commodities, the BSP is infamous for its inner-party contentions while the SP is finding itself rather incompetent to content criminals as the trend shows.