The bigger equation created by the BJP in Uttar Pradesh to woo Dalits
Lucknow . Bahraich MP Savitribai Phule has resigned from the Bharatiya Janata Party and has again brought a boil in the dalit state of Uttar Pradesh. Savitribai has made serious allegations against the BJP.
Bahujan Samaj Party and Samajwadi Party are also pushing these allegations of Savitribai Phule, but the BJP is preparing a bigger equation for dalit voters in the fist. Now, the BJP is not leaving any core in its own right to create non-Jatav Dalits.
The BSP chief is from the Mayawati Jatav fraternity and in the Bahujan Samaj Party this tribe gets a special preference. About 25 percent of the voters in Uttar Pradesh are dalit voters. These include 12 percent Jatav and the remaining other sub-castes. Savitri Bai Phule was in the forefront in protest against the policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the countrywide agitation of the Dalits in April, but the people of Etawah, Ashok Dwai, Nagina MP Dr. Yashwant and Robertsganj MP Chhota Lal Khawar were also in the same queue. Most of them are JATV. That was when the BJP got beaten up. Although the BJP has given importance to mostly non-Jatav Dalits in the 2014 Lok Sabha and in the 2017 assembly elections, tickets for reserved seats are reserved. Since the revolt of MPs, the party has openly campaigned for a strong hold in non-Jatav Dalits. Apart from the Jatavs in the organization, Priority has been given to Khatik, Pasi, Dhobi, Parnuk, Khawar, Kori, Balmiki. Non-Jatavs also get lots of posts in different commissions. Even the Dalit officers who were put on the post of the Bahujan Samaj Party, they were also posted in important positions recently.
In the past, when BJP Scheduled Caste Morcha organized a social conference, most of the sub-castes of Dalits were mobilized from across the state. In every conference, Dalit leaders gave examples of Ramanath Kovind, who came from Kori society, to become the President. Chairman of the Scheduled Castes Commission, Deputy Chairman of Kori Samaj, Brijlal and Chairman of National Commission for Scheduled Castes, Ramshankar Katheria of Punukat society has been formed. Their names were also counted.
Deep relationship with Buddhist preachers
Prior to the assembly elections, BJP state Vice President Dayashankar Singh had commented on Mayawati. After this, the BSP tried to encompass the BJP by making the issue but, even then, the BJP has a strong hold among the Dalits. Build a deep relationship with Buddhist preachers. In 1992, under the leadership of Dr. Ambedkar, a Buddhist monk, Guru Dhammavirio, a group of 40 religious leaders formed an atmosphere for the BJP in the Dalit dominated areas for three months in Uttar Pradesh. Now again in the BJP’s events, the activism of Buddhist monks is being seen.
Organizations in the hands of non Jatavs
The National Leader of the BJP Scheduled Caste Morcha is in the hands of Mr. Kaushambi MP Vinod Sonkar while the Chief of Uttar Pradesh, Mohanlalganj MP Kaushal Kishor is handling. Both are non-JATV. The largest number of Dalit MPs of BJP in the state also belongs to a poisoned society. There are only two Jats in 17