There is a 25 lakh Dalit inhabitants in Delhi and 12 seats are reserved for them right here. Dalits have numerous seats in a dozen seats, resulting from which the BSP can spoil the equation of different events.
new Delhi: Keeping an eye fixed on Dalit votes, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) has fielded candidates for all 70 meeting seats in Delhi. There is a 25 lakh Dalit inhabitants in Delhi and 12 seats are reserved for them right here. Dalits have numerous seats in a dozen seats, resulting from which the BSP can spoil the equation of different events. Delhi's BSP chief Laxman Singh mentioned, "If the party only casts Dalits then we don't need anyone else but our party is inclusive and secular and hence we have given ticket to every community including minorities and Brahmins."
BSP has nominated Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA from Badarpur Assembly seat. D. Sharma has been fielded. <! –
AAP has given ticket to former Congress MLA Ram Singh Netaji instead of Sharma. The BSP is pushing its leaders to marketing campaign in every constituency, however it’s not clear whether or not the occasion chief Mayawati will take part within the election marketing campaign in Delhi. AAP had received all 12 reserved seats in Delhi in 2015. The BSP received two seats in 2008 and completed second in 5 constituencies. The occasion couldn’t win any seats in 2013, however completed second on 5 seats.
Even earlier than the announcement of elections in Delhi, the AAP reached 6000 Dalit households conscious of the power of the Dalit votes. An AAP insider mentioned, "We have established a network with people in these areas through mohalla clinics, free electricity and schools, which has proved beneficial for them. So they are not going anywhere."
The BJP can also be maintaining a tally of the Dalit voters and it’s reaching them via varied applications. The occasion claims that the Narendra Modi authorities has performed a lot for this group that within the elections, the occasion hopes that the Dalit votes will get sufficient.
Congress can also be anticipated to get Dalit votes. Party spokesperson Jitendra Kochhar mentioned, "Dalits have seen AAP for five years and now they know that Congress is the only party that thinks about them and they will vote for the party."