In a weekly C-VOTER survey, it has been endorsed that as many as 38% of voters among Muslims are going to vote for Akhilesh Yadav’s SP in the next assembly elections. A total of 62% of respondents have distinct conclusions according to the explicit survey. The particular survey indicates a specific kind of narrative shape, a particular kind of comfortable climax for the effervescent Samajwadi Party.
Notwithstanding, the survey portends well for one political party that has been assumed to be taking a noticeable clash in the coming elections, as even the political experts time and again talk. It remains to be a clear connotation of a narrative that is being brought out on a political plane that never predicts a hundred per cent accuracy.
There does persist a feeling of about-turn or an unexpected shift in the limited survey.
If we agree upon this unique survey, one straight question arises: Where does AIMIM stand? It requires a tad bit of thorough analysis. Although there still hangs an unusual optimism that could confuse Owaisi, yet it does not wholly erase the uncertainty for the political party claiming to secure a larger chunk of support of the Muslims.
It may not be entirely dismissed that the probability of the final electoral triumph remains a matter of both sudden and unexpected or not unexpected about-turn in such a precarious political situation. This is so because, on a wider point, the victory or defeat factor dings with something deep inside the psyche of political bosses.
It is all the more something that has been taken up in formal terms. The highly professional political pundits may believe it to be incredibly meticulous about the safe outcome in the ensuing battle of ballots.
It has been pretty impossible to skip the promotional juggernaut that surrounds the politics from Akhilesh Yadav’s admirable commitment to providing comfortable interest among the public across the state to the perfectly spread alliance politics that stimulate him with certainty on future accomplishment.