The congress and Samajwadi party have forged an alliance for the upcoming lok sabha elections in Uttar Pradesh. The alliance, aimed at countering the bjp, has allocated 67 seats to the Samajwadi party and 17 seats to the congress out of the total 80 seats in the state. Despite Congress's initial desire for 21 seats, it seems content with the allotted 17 seats.

This alliance is reminiscent of the 2017 assembly elections when akhilesh yadav generously offered over 100 seats to congress, yielding only seven wins for the party. The seat distribution includes key constituencies such as Rae Bareli, Amethi, Kanpur, Varanasi, Prayagraj, and others for Congress. The alliance, despite the numerical difference, doesn't place congress in the role of a junior partner, and the press conference announcing the alliance took place at a neutral venue rather than the offices of either party. 


While congress has a limited support base in the state, this alliance provides an opportunity for the party to regain lost ground. The alliance could affect the Samajwadi Party's voter base, potentially losing support from Yadav and Muslim voters to Congress. This could strengthen congress while weakening the Samajwadi Party's position as the largest opposition party. 


The alliance's impact could extend beyond Uttar Pradesh, influencing voters who oppose the bjp across the country. It may pose a challenge to the nda alliance by consolidating anti-BJP votes, potentially altering the election dynamics and requiring nda candidates to garner more votes for victory.

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