Mayawati's 'close' to BJP! Are these indications of new equation?

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Mayawati's 'close' to BJP! Are these indications of new equation?
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BJP-BSP Alliance Speculations: If we look at the previous political equation, BJP and BSP have been alliance in UP. In the year 2002, a mixed government of BSP and BJP was formed in UP, but could not last long. ) The head of Mayawati (BJP), the head of the head and former UP CM of UP, has been in the news since the assembly elections. This discussion was in full swing in the UP Assembly that Mayawati did not contest this time with full force nor did she remain so active. It was also being speculated that he has closeness with the BJP behind it. There have also been reports that BJP can make BSP supremo Mayawati the President, Vice President or Governor and hence his less active Dalit vote in the assembly elections has gone towards the BJP.

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Opposition had made a big charge against Mayawati Now Mayawati's support to the NDA candidate in the election of President and Vice President is giving birth to many discussions with great speed. BSP chief Mayawati has now announced to support NDA candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar in the Vice President's election after the presidential election. Mayawati voted for the BJP in the name of a tribal female candidate in the presidential election. However, the opposition assesses it from the second perspective that due to the soft attitude from the Center, the ghost of CBI and ED stays away from Mayawati's head.

BJP wants to form a place in Rajasthan assembly elections? If its political mathematics is understood, then by supporting BJP's Vice Presidential candidate Jagdeep Dhankhar, Mayawati has tried to strengthen the Muslim Dalit and Jat equation before the Lok Sabha elections. Jagdeep Dhankhar comes from Rajasthan. The situation of BSP was very strong in the last election and now Rajasthan assembly elections are coming, then BSP will try to take advantage of it. Mayawati wants to neutralize the mathematics of SP and RLD alliance with this move.

What will stop Dalit votes scatter If you look at the previous political equation, then the BJP and BSP have had an alliance in UP. In the year 2002, a mixed government of BSP and BJP was formed in UP, but could not last long. However, the experience of the relationship between BJP and BSP has not been very good. At the moment, in terms of BJP, in today's situation, he does not see any benefit to alliance with BSP, but it is definitely that by doing so, it will stop the SP-BSP from going along. Also, Dalit can also stop the scattering of votes.

BJP also does not leave a chance to express his proximity If Dalit and Muslim alliances are formed in UP, then it can be harmful for BJP. Therefore, BJP also does not leave any chance to express close to Mayawati. After the announcement of supporting President Draupadi Murmu and now the support to Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar, BJP leader is openly thanking Mayawati. Well, whatever politics is a game of possibilities, anything is possible here.

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