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Loksabha By-Election: Low voting share in Rampur and Azamgarh shouldn’t change the entire image, why is SP wanting upset?

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Loksabha By-Election: Low voting percentage in Rampur and Azamgarh should not change the whole picture, why is SP looking upset?

Lucknow: After the voting of the Loksabha by-election in Uttar Pradesh, just one query is arising, is the by-election going to be a setback this time too? Indeed, by-elections have a historical past of setbacks. Two Lok Sabha seats had been vacated in Uttar Pradesh after the 2017 UP elections. Yogi Adityanath, MP from Gorakhpur, bought the accountability of Chief Minister. At the identical time, Keshav Prasad Maurya, MP from Phulpur, was made Deputy CM. Lok Sabha by-elections had been held in each the seats and the indignant voters tasted a crushing defeat to the BJP in each the seats. Two MPs resigned even within the 2022 UP elections. Former MP from Azamgarh and Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav and former MP from Rampur Azam Khan resigned from the MP after changing into MLA. After this, the voting means of the Lok Sabha by-election was accomplished on Thursday. The share of votes on this voting course of was very much less and it’s creating rigidity for the SP. Before the counting of votes, questions are being raised whether or not this time additionally the voters of the bye-election will train them a lesson by getting indignant with the MPs who’ve left the seat.

Yogi couldn’t save his stronghold in 2017
In 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Yogi Adityanath received from Gorakhpur Lok Sabha seat by an enormous margin of three,12,783 votes. The BJP MP bought 52 per cent of the overall votes solid. At the identical time, SP’s Rajmati Nishad, who stood in opposition to him, may get solely 22 p.c votes. After the 2017 meeting elections, Yogi was made the Chief Minister of the state. Lok Sabha elections had been held in 2018 and BJP misplaced the Gorakhpur stronghold by a margin of 21,783 votes. SP’s Praveen Kumar Nishad bought 4,56,513 votes whereas BJP’s Upendra Dutt Shukla managed to get 4,34,788 votes. Even after changing into CM, individuals’s anger was proven on BJP. However, within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, as soon as once more Ravi Kishan of BJP saved the BJP stronghold alive by profitable by an enormous margin.

The BJP authorities left no stone unturned in misusing the facility within the Lok Sabha by-elections of Azamgarh and Rampur and every kind of obstacles had been erected to affect the voting. Despite complaints made to the Election Commission, the election equipment remained a mute spectator at many polling stations, but the voters labored to defeat the BJP.

Akhilesh Yadav, National President SP

BJP had additionally misplaced on Keshav Maurya’s seat
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Phulpur Lok Sabha seat, BJP’s Keshav Prasad Maurya defeated SP’s Dharam Raj Singh Patel by an enormous margin of three,08,308 votes. Keshav Maurya bought 5,03,564 votes, whereas Dharam Raj Singh Patel may get only one,95,256 votes. After the 2017 meeting elections, Keshav Prasad Maurya was given the quantity two place within the Yogi authorities. After changing into the Deputy CM, he vacated the Phulpur seat. After this, within the 2018 Lok Sabha elections, Nagendra Pratap Singh Patel of SP defeated Kaushlendra Singh Patel of BJP by a margin of 59,460 votes. Nagendra Patel bought 3,42,922 votes and Kaushalendra Patel bought 2,83,462 votes. However, within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP’s Kesari Patel as soon as once more received the seat by a margin of 1,71,968 votes.

The police is committing atrocities. At each polling sales space 50-50 police automobiles are parked. People are unable to return out of the localities to solid their votes. Police is misbehaving with individuals. Poles had been thrown on the individuals. The administration has discriminated throughout voting.

Azam Khan, MLA Rampur

Now the problem in entrance of Akhilesh and Azam
Now Akhilesh Yadav and Azam Khan have a problem to avoid wasting their stronghold. Azam Khan received the election of MP for the primary time within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Rampur. He defeated Jaya Prada of BJP by a margin of 1,09,997 votes. Azam Khan bought 5,59,177 votes and Jaya Prada bought 4,49,180 votes. Azam bought 53 p.c of the overall votes solid and Jaya Prada bought 42 p.c of the votes. At the identical time, in Azamgarh, Akhilesh Yadav defeated BJP’s Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirhua by an enormous margin of two,59,874 votes. Akhilesh Yadav bought 6,21,578 votes and Nirhua bought 3,61,704 votes. Akhilesh bought 60 p.c of the overall votes solid and Nirhua bought 35 p.c of the votes.

Fewer votes tousled the equation
In the Lok Sabha elections 2019, 57.40 p.c of the voters had exercised their franchise within the Azamgarh Lok Sabha seat. Even earlier than this the voting share has been near 55 p.c. In the election of 2019, Bahujan Samaj Party had an alliance with Samajwadi Party, as a consequence of which the environment from Azamgarh to Rampur was proven in favor of SP. But, this time BSP has fielded candidates in Azamgarh, so there’s a one-on-one contest in Rampur. In such a state of affairs, it was mandatory for Akhilesh Yadav and Azam Khan to win each the seats in an effort to hold their clout within the politics of UP. However, 39.02 p.c voting in Rampur and 48.58 p.c in Azamgarh has elevated the difficulty for the Samajwadi Party.

There is just one query in every single place, who had been the voters who didn’t come out and attain the polling stations? Did the displeasure of the SP voters improve over the removing of the MPs from the sphere? The greatest situation is that of Akhilesh Yadav not contesting the by-election. It can be being mentioned from the those that they’ll get a setback from what they take into account to be their stronghold. Is it attainable? Wait until Sunday for reply.