In The Seventh Phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019: competition for backward and upper castes
The election has increased towards the last stage. In the seventh phase, 13 seats of the state are voters of backward and upper castes in the center of the battle of war. The focus of the major parties is also seen in the eyes of certain castes and their primes. All the parties have special eyes on Kurmi, Kory, Nishad, Rajbhar, Chauhan and Yadav voters. Some seats have been tried to utilize Bhumihar and Brahmin fraternity.
In the seventh phase, 13 Lok Sabha Election seats in the state include Maharajganj, Gorakhpur, Deoria, Kushinagar, Bansgaon, Salempur, Ghosi, Ballia, Ghazipur, Chandauli, Varanasi, Mirzapur and Robertsgunj. Some of these seats are such that are known for specific castes. Due to the ethnic math of these seats, the BJP included Subhaspa, its party (Sonalal) and then the Nishad Party, standing in the footstep of ethnic politics in their camp. It is a different matter that the matter of not being able to do so, Suheldev Indian Samaj Party leader Om Prakash Rajbhar has fielded candidates in most of the seats in the Purvanchal.
BJP has expressed confidence in upper castes and backward castes
In the Purvanchal, the BJP’s eyes are already on the Bhumihar with the Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Kayasthas from the forward castes. The BJP has focused on the voters of Rajbhar, Kushwaha, Nishad, Patel (Kurmi) and Yadav community in this area. In 2014, BJP and its allies won their seats in these seats, in 2019, the BJP is in the forefront of voting in the fraternity of these communities. In this endeavor BJP has given opportunity to upper caste leaders to six seats. Paswan on one of the five backward castes and one of the reserved seats and one candidate for the coal candidate.
The SP-BSP combine has expressed greater reliance on its base vote bank, backward and SCST castes. In addition, tried to break into the upper castes. In 2014, SP-BSP did not win any seat in this phase. By taking two Nishad and two Kushwaha in this phase, the coalition has tried to throw a bigger dice. A Muslim and a Chauhan have also been made as candidates, that is, the alliance has tried to bring Kushwaha, Chauhan, Nishad with backward castes, with Yadav, Muslim, Dalit votes.
Contested candidates from BJP
Manoj Sinha from Gazipur, Vijay Dube from Kushinagar, Ravindra Kushwaha from Salempur, Anupriya Patel from Mirzapur, Virendra Singh Mast from Ballia, Ramapati Ram Tripathi from Deoria, Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey from Chandauli, Kamlesh Paswan from Bansgaon (Su), Ghosi From Harinarayan Rajbhar, Pankaj Chaudhary from Maharajganj, Ravikishan from Gorakhpur, Pachodi Lal Coal from Robertsgunj and Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi. Star.
Alliance of four upper and lower castes
Alliance from Rambhula Nishad from Gorakhpur, Nathuni Prasad Kushwaha from Kushinagar, Vinod Jaiswal from Deoria, Sadal Prasad from Bansgaon (Su), Atul Rai from Ghosi, RS Kushwaha from Salempura, Afzal Ansari from Ghazipur, Sanjay Chauhan from Chandauli, Shalini from Varanasi Ramacharitra Nishad from Yadav, Mirzapur, Bhailal Coal from Robertsganj (Su), Sanatan Pandey from Ballia and Akhilesh Singh from Maharajganj to unite the castes in the plain. Are in the sky
Congress keeps the upper castes in the center
Of the 13 seats, Congress and allies are in the 11 seats. Nomination of this coalition candidate has been rejected from Ballia and Bansgaon (Su) seat. Six candidates are from upper castes. Two Kushwaha and one Chauhan candidate are in the fray. Madhusudan Tiwari from Gorakhpur from Congress, RN Singh from Kushinagar, Niaz Ahmed from Deoria, Balkrishna Chauhan from Ghoshi, Rajesh Mishra from Salempur, Ajit Kushwaha from Gajipur, Shivkanna Kushwaha from Chandauli, Ajay Rai from Varanasi, Lalitesh husband Tripathi from Mirzapur, Robertsganj Bhagwati Prasad Chowdhary and Maharajganj from Supriya Shrinet are in the ground. Two seats of this phase, which have been rejected by Amarjeet Yadav from Ballia and Kush Saurabh’s nomination from Bansgaon (Su).