AAPArticleBJPBSPElectionsINCIndiaOthersPoliticsSPTMC

Nepotism In Indian Politics: Factor That Unites Diametrically Opposites

Nepotism is an integral part of Indian politics. When it comes to the five impending elections for state assemblies, it is not uncommon for members of one political family to be on opposite sides of the political divide. Everyone in Akhilesh Yadav's large family has been marginalised after a protracted rift, earning the Samajwadi Party (SP) considerable public ridicule for being a family business. Having no future in the SP, Aparna Yadav, his sister-in-law, decided to join the BJP. There is a fading return to the Badal family dominance of the Akali Dal, which has ruled Punjab politics for decades. Political Nepotism of India In Indian politics, dynastic succession is reality except for parties like the BJP and the dying CPM and CPI, though they too make provisions for scions dem...

Read More
BSPINCLatest NewsPoliticsUP Elections

UP Assembly Polls: Mayawati Takes A Dig At Priyanka; Calls, “Not to Waste Vote” For Congress

Days befor the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh are surely heating up with different political giants involving in pinpointing each other. The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati hit out at the Congress leader and face of the UP Congress Priyanka Gandhi, on her remark of "Mayawati is silent." Mayawati said, "The condition of Congress party in general elections of the UP assembly has remained so bad that their CM candidate has changed stand within few hours. In such situation, it would be better that people don't spoil their vote by voting for Congress, but vote for BSP unilaterally." She also said that parties like Congress are vote-cutting parties in the eyes of the people. The benefit will go to the BJP if people vote for such parties and alliances. Mayawati T...

Read More
BJPBSPElectionsEntertainmentINCIndiaLatest NewsNewsPoliticsSPTRENDINGTV NewsUP Elections

Aparna Joining BJP May Increase Conflict In Lucknow Cantt Seat, SP Strategizes To Counterattack

Mulayam Singh Yadav's younger daughter-in-law Aparna Yadav joined BJP on Wednesday and the party gets a psychological edge. BJP may publicize this as a split in the Mulayam family. In the last Assembly elections, Akhilesh Yadav had to bear the loss of resentment from uncle Shivpal Yadav. Uttar Pradesh BJP president Swatantra Dev Singh probed, "If Samajwadi Party (SP) president Akhilesh Yadav could not keep his family united, then what would be able to keep Uttar Pradesh united?" However, SP has prepared to give a befitting reply to this by uprooting a big problem of BJP. According to BJP sources, the party can field Aparna Yadav from Lucknow Cantt seat and she has accepted to join the BJP camp only after getting assurance from the party in this regard. A decision on this can...

Read More
BJPBSPElectionsIndiaPoliticsSPUP Elections

UP Assembly Election: With Mayawati Being Absent From Ground, Dalit Votes Seem Scattering Among Parties

The Dalit community accounts for as many as 21% of the total vote population in Uttar Pradesh. A section of the population that has decided the fate of politics in the state for the last couple of decades. Since its inception under the leadership of Kanshi Ram, Dalits have been supportive of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) ever since the 1990s. The party went into an overhaul after Mayawati took charge as the first Dalit woman in India to become a chief minister of a state. Mayawati's technique to amalgamate Dalits and Brahmins using the social engineering formula had given her major success in the 2007 Assembly elections. However, her activism in the current election season seems missing. The former chief minister of UP and social reformer has remained absent on the ground. Und...

Read More
AAPBJPBSPINCIndiaLatest NewsOthersPoliticsSP

Early Signs Of UP Election; Check Out What’s All Going On!

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's project launching frenzy, generously laced with religious preaching, and Akhilesh Yadav's Vijay Yatra crisscrossing UP have made it plain that, for the time being, the SP is the BJP's main rival in India's most critical assembly elections. UP has experienced four-cornered battles in the past, with small transfers of votes determining or breaking electoral fortunes. If the 2022 elections are essentially a bipolar struggle, the political dynamic may shift, with greater possibilities for both the BJP and the SP. And, with elections being conducted in the shadow of another Covid strain, the pandemic's effect on millions of aam voters in the state may play a role in addition to the normal metrics of caste, community, and sub-region. Leaders getting ready for u...

Read More