BSP continues its silence over the call for grand alliance
No significant changes can be expected in the 2019 general election in the state of Uttar Pradesh if the BSP continues its reservation to the grand alliance proposed to be created by the opposition parties to contain the triumph of the saffron regime.
The most powerful Dalit organisation of the country has not yet conformed whether they would participate in the crucial December 10 meeting, in which almost all opposition parties are expected to participate.
The grand alliance of the BSP, SP, RLD and the Congress is the only sensible option before the opposition for the 2019 general election.
The state of UP has nearly eight seats. It is the state that has the largest number of Lok Sabha seats. In the previous election, the saffron party was the biggest beneficiary of the special advantage this state has. It wristed over seventy seats in the state and emerged as the single largest party in the state and in the country.
This time, the things are a bit easier for the rightists. The saffron party is the one which rules the state at present.
In all sense, the December 10 meeting is very crucial for the future of proposed grand alliance. Besides the SP, RLD and Congress, the TMC, TDP, CPM, RJD, NCP, DMK and some other prominent opposition parties has confirmed its participation in the highly important meeting.
The meeting is scheduled to take place in the parliament annex.
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