How did SPA-Congress turn the tables in UP, is this the best performance of Akhilesh's party?

How did SPA-Congress turn the tables in UP, is this the best performance of Akhilesh's party?

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Samajwadi Party was formed in 1992. Samajwadi Party contested its Lok Sabha elections in the year 1996. In this election itself, SP got 16 seats in UP and got 20.84% ​​votes in the state.

Today the results of Lok Sabha elections 2024 are coming. According to trends, the contest in the country's largest state Uttar Pradesh is looking interesting. A close contest is being seen between BJP and SPA. Compared to 2019, BJP seems to be facing a big setback.

At the same time, SPA seems to be performing its best in terms of vote percentage. Akhilesh Yadav's party also seems to be making big gains from the distribution of seats. It remains to be seen whether Akhilesh is able to give the best performance in the electoral history of SPA.

What is the significance of this performance of SPA?

Samajwadi Party is seen winning around 35 seats in Uttar Pradesh. The ruling BJP also has chances of getting around 35 seats. Trends show that the difference in seats between the two parties may be less than five. According to the data till 4 pm, BJP can win 36 seats and SP can win 33 seats.

At the same time, SP-Congress alliance seems to be winning 40 seats. If the trends translate into results, it will be said that SP and Congress benefited from the alliance.

Both the parties also transferred votes to each other. After these results, there will be new confidence in the opposition in Uttar Pradesh. Along with this, the opposition will become more aggressive against the policies and decisions of the state government.

What is the reason for increase in seats of SP and Congress?

A major reason for the progress of SP and Congress was the decline in vote share of Mayawati's party BSP in Uttar Pradesh. It was once said about this party that about 20 percent of BSP voters are those who completely support it.

In this election this vote share came down to around nine percent. The separation of Dalit votes from BSP and going towards SP-Congress alliance was also a reason for this. At the same time, this alliance also benefited from Muslim votes going outright to the SP-Congress alliance.

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