By Soroor Ahmed, TwoCircles.net
A month after demoentisation, politics in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh is in a state of flux. Till the first week of November. The Samajwadi Party was in a state of turmoil. The situation reached such a stage that political observers started conjecturing that an overwhelming number of its core support base, that is, Muslims and some other backward castes, may shift to Bahujan Samaj Party. Even Yadavs were finding themselves in a dilemma.
With 21.3 per cent Dalit and 19.3 per cent Muslim population, the BSP was looking quite hopeful.