Present Political Atmosphere of Uttar Pradesh and future of Samajwadi Party

Lucknow, 3  June-2014(Indilens Web Team): Media is showing few BJP ‘workers’ protesting under the impression that BJP is set to come to power in UP in next assembly elections.. If Akhilesh Govt goes out and say BJP Govt comes in, will the situation be rectified..? Look at what is happening in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat etc.. They are no better in reality..SP government has failed to fulfilled their promises either majority communities or minority communities. Even they offer red carpet to their rival.

Present Political Atmosphere of Uttar Pradesh and future of Samajwadi Party

Present Political Atmosphere of Uttar Pradesh and future of Samajwadi Party

Politics of Uttar Pradesh is dominated by the regional parties Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and Samajwadi Party (SP) with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress are other parties. The current government in Uttar Pradesh is that of SP. The Chief Minister is Mr. Akhilesh Yadav.

The problem is our societal mindset. But that can be corrected if the governing institutions have a better mindset and they can campaign/enforce change. In this case both SP and BJP have the same attitude when it comes to issues of women and caste. They are ruled by men of the ‘same’ type. Unless these parties rule, they won’t enforce or campaign for change in society. We need a campaign for change in society. Yeah, they will make political issues out of these to come to power as they did with Muzaffarnagar riots.

Polarization in voting was main tool in UP politics which is still working. Apart from this they need to be empowered at least to the extent that they could claim their rights, to organise themselves to have their voice heard and be politically active. For this they need to be made aware of the enormous opportunities available to them once they organise themselves and educate their children.

Making these people aware will require some dedicated effort from voluntary organisations and an affirmative policy of the government.

We are Indian and we have proud for our country but let us see in our mirror where 31% Votes 52% Seats is called Tsunami Historical Mandate, In The Sense Of Great Indian paid Journalists.  But one thing is cleared that all falsehood is a mask; and however well made the mask may be, with a little attention we may always succeed in distinguishing it from the true face.

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