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Bhopal: Before the assembly elections to be held in Madhya Pradesh this year, an announcement by Jai Adivasi Yuva Sangathan (JAYS) has given sleepless nights to BJP and Congress. JAIS has announced to contest elections on 80 seats in the state. Not only this, JAIS MLA Hiralal Alava has also expressed his intention to bring together smaller parties to form the Third Front in the state. It is sure to have a direct impact on the political equations of the state.
Tribal vote bank has great importance in the politics of MP. Tribal vote bank is considered the key to power. Whichever party gets the support of this class, it gets power. There is a reason for this too. The state’s 47 assembly seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes. At the same time, there are a total of 84 seats on which tribals are in a decisive position.
In the last two assembly elections in the state, in 2013, the BJP had won 30 of the 47 seats reserved for Scheduled Tribes. The Congress had won only 17 seats and the BJP came to power. Similarly, in the assembly elections held in the year 2018, the Congress won 31 seats and the BJP was reduced to 16. This is how Congress got power.
In view of the elections to be held in the state this year, both the political parties BJP and Congress are engaged in wooing the tribals. Meanwhile, JAIS chief Hiralal Alava has announced to contest elections on 80 seats. This is bound to affect the plans of both the parties.
According to political analysts, Jais has maximum influence in Malwa and Nimar areas of the state. At the same time, tribal vote banks are also in Mahakaushal and Vindhya region. Whichever party the tribals lean towards, the path to power will be easy for them.
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