By Kestur Vasuki
Bangalore, Apr 25 : As Karnataka is facing a triangular fight in most of the Assembly segments in the upcoming Assembly polls, the Bahujan Samajwadi Party (BSP) is also testing the current.
In fact for the first time in the history of electioneering in Karnataka, BSP has given ten per cent of the seats to Brahmins, a Mayawati's Uttar Pradesh is replicated here.
BSP is doing a La Mayawati in Karnataka in theory and practice, to prepare the ground for next Lok Sabha elections.
While talking to ANI, senior politician and national General Secretary of BSP, P G R Sindhia said they predict a fractured mandate and looks at BSP playing a major role in defeating the Congress, the BJP and the JD(S).
"I want to be with the poor people. I won't have the respect of the people if I fought as a Congress candidate and return to the BJP. In BSP, I have an all India platform," said Sindhia.
The question which is haunting political analyst is 'Has Karnataka become a ground and testing ground for BSP supremo and UP Chief Minister Mayawati to look at Delhi?'