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BJP's Future Just Keeps Getting Brighter With Another Win

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The mad season of Legislative Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa, Uttarakhand and Manipur are over, with BJP winning 4 out 5 states. Only Punjab saw the change, where AAP got a massive victory, claiming 92 seats out of 117 seats. Captain Amarinder Singh was removed as Chief Minister of Punjab by the Congress leadership, who replaced him with CS Channi and elected Navjot Sidhu as the party's president. Sidhu has made a name for himself as a one-man show. Making a Dalit the Chief Minister, on the other hand, was a wise decision. For unknown reasons, the Congress lacked the confidence and conviction to shut down Sidhu, who was doing everything he could to sabotage Channi's chances. This mistake cost Congress its pride in Punjab. But rather than the massive collapse of the Congress, the bigger story is UP. Uttar Pradesh, India's most populated state with a population of over 23 crores, has given the judgement for its legislative assembly election, with BJP winning

UP Elections

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Wave Of Hindutva Or Revamping Of Mandal Politics? The Indian democracy will see five elections this year, the most important and most contested of which is the UP elections, being the largest contributor to the parliamentary elections, winning Uttar Pradesh has always been the key towards winning the Hindu Heartland.  Uttar Pradesh, India's most populated state with a population of over 23 crores, is going to have its state election for 403 legislative seats from 10 February to 7 March in seven phases and results will be declared on 10 March.  UP is the heart of Hindutva Politics. The Mascot of BJP’s political empire which stretches across the nation. UP is also BJP’s template for electoral politics. In the 2017 assembly election, the BJP had won a massive 325 seats while the then Alliance of SP and the Congress had to settle for 54 seats only. If the 2017 UP polls were defined as a wave of Hindutva, then can 2022 be defined as the comeback of Mandal Politics.  It may be too early

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