In Lakhimpur, the incident in which a farmer was crushed to death by the car of the Union home minister of the bharatiya janata party has revived the peasant movement and its politics.
Western UP farmers already on the border of delhi and Uttar Pradesh have been protesting for the past 10 months. They say that only votes are important for the leaders in power and that they are going to ask the people not to vote for the ruling bjp in this election.
The ruling party, on the other hand, does not want to anger any section of the boiling public. In the run-up to the election, the ruling party is said to have not only increased the support price of sugarcane in a bid to appease farmers but also resorted to its social engineering strategy to attract angry Brahmins and other castes.
It is noteworthy that even during the Union cabinet expansion, Uttar Pradesh received special attention. The All india Majlis-e-Ittehadul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) is also expected to contest in the upcoming elections. The ruling aam aadmi party in delhi will also contest next year's assembly elections. The Congress, the Bahujan Samaj party and the Samajwadi party have already begun to try to attract the masses with a new attitude and mindset.
While the priyanka gandhi Temple is abuzz with scenes of darshan, the Bahujan Samaj party is organizing a Brahmin convention. At the same time, akhilesh yadav is no less than anyone. He went on a bicycle tour and began campaigning for the party. Due to this, Uttar Pradesh is no longer a direct rivalry between the two parties.