E.g. orai, seat elephant returned to the citadel, social engineering came into play

Orai. The superior performance of the BSP in the Panchayat elections has brought them back to their stronghold. Even after being in power in the center and in the state, the BJP has 6 seats, while the BSP has won 7 out of 25 seats. SP 4, Congress 1 and Independents received 06 seats. One seat went to Janata Dal. Experts accept the displeasure of the country voters towards the ruling party somewhere, but at the same time do not ignore the social engineering policies of the Bahujan Samaj party. The reason is simple, the BSP also focused on the box equation at the time of ticket distribution. Now the party is watching the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Let us tell you that in the 2007 elections in Vidhan Sabha, the BSP won the three seats and made the district a stronghold of the party. Thereafter, the BSP continued to win from the 2012 elections to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. After a long hiatus, the BSP has now returned the elephant to its stronghold by holding a bubbly election in the Panchayat elections in the district. Policy experts say the lack of direct benefits to villagers from the central and state systems was one reason they turned voters away from the BJP, but it cannot be denied that the BSP gave tickets. The box equation they were involved in The division fitted into this choice.
Social engineering was evident in Gadhan, Maheva, Akbarpur, May and Jagammanpur. The Garh seat was reserved for the reverse class, with Yadav and Niranjan, who originally came from the reverse class, in large numbers. BJP and SP had bet on both sets, but the BSP placed a new candidate from the backward class from there and won.
Something similar happened in the Maheva seat. From here on the unrestricted seat, the BSP gave the (Chaurasi) Thaku Su brotherhood from that region a ticket and won, while the BJP also gave the (Kachari) Thakur box candidate a ticket and lost. The most interesting situation was seen in Akbarpur Itora seat of Kalpi Tehsil. Although that seat was not reserved, the BSP nominated and won the Pal-caste candidate, referred to as his cadre vote, while all other parties, including the BJP, nominated general caste candidates in that seat. Shosal Engineering is seen as the main reason BSP wins.

Orai. The superior performance of the BSP in the Panchayat elections has brought them back to their stronghold. Even after being in power in the center and in the state, the BJP has 6 seats, while the BSP has won 7 out of 25 seats. SP 4, Congress 1 and Independents have 06 seats. One seat went to Janata Dal. Experts accept the displeasure of the country voters towards the ruling party somewhere, but at the same time do not ignore the social engineering policies of the Bahujan Samaj party. The reason is simple, the BSP also focused on the box equation at the time of ticket distribution. Now the party is watching the upcoming parliamentary elections.

Let us tell you that in the 2007 elections in Vidhan Sabha, the BSP won the three seats and made the district a stronghold of the party. Thereafter, the BSP continued to win from the 2012 elections to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. After a long hiatus, the BSP has now returned the elephant to its stronghold by holding a bubbly election in the Panchayat elections in the district. Policy experts say the lack of direct benefits to villagers from the central and state systems was one reason they turned voters away from the BJP, but it cannot be denied that the BSP gave tickets. The box equation they were involved in The division fitted into this choice.

Social engineering was evident in Gadhan, Maheva, Akbarpur, May and Jagammanpur. The Garh seat was reserved for the reverse class, with Yadav and Niranjan, who originally came from the reverse class, in large numbers. BJP and SP had bet on both sets, but the BSP placed a new candidate from the backward class from there and won.

Something similar happened in the Maheva seat. From here on the unrestricted seat, the BSP gave the (Chaurasi) Thaku Su brotherhood from that region a ticket and won, while the BJP also gave the (Kachari) Thakur box candidate a ticket and lost. The most interesting situation was seen in Akbarpur Itora seat of Kalpi Tehsil. Although that seat was not reserved, the BSP nominated and won the Pal-caste candidate, referred to as his cadre vote, while all other parties, including the BJP, nominated general caste candidates in that seat. Shosal Engineering is seen as the main reason BSP wins.

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