Bhopal, Nov 13: Claiming that Bahujan Samaj Party would churn out unexpected results in Madhya Pradesh assembly polls, party state President Narmada Prasad Ahirwar on Thursday, Nov 13 said malnutrition, atrocities and backwardness would be main poll planks during the elections.
Mr Ahirwar told that party vote percentage had increased during last state assembly polls. Keeping this in mind, BSP has fielded candidates in all 230 constituencies in the state. Party has already geared up for the polls and started its preparations under 'Sarva Samaj' agenda a year before.
''Tickets have been given to only winning candidates and this time attention has been given not only the constituencies bordering BSP-ruling Uttar Pradesh but entire Madhya Pradesh as a part of special strategy,'' he claimed.
Keeping in view 'Sarvasamaj Samrasta' BSP has fielded 66 Savarna political leaders, including 36 Brahmin, 24 Kshatriya and three-four Vaishya, besides 56 candidates from Other Backward Class, 12 Muslims and 18 candidates from minority class.
Though Mr Ahirwar did not tell clearly about the number of winning seats, still he claimed that his party was fully poised to make government.
Flaunting the statistics of 2003, he said BSP had fielded its candidates on 158 onstituencies in which two candidates emerged as winner and votes percentage was increased to 7.26.
In undivided Madhya Pradesh during 1998, 170 party candidates frayed the polls and 11 achieved victory with 6.07 per cent victory votes. Similarly in 1993, 11 party candidates won out of 287 constituencies with 7.02 per cent votes.
BSP claimed two seats in ninth Madhya Pradesh assembly in 1990 though its candidates were fielded on 187 constituencies and garnerned 3.53 per cent votes.
Mr Ahirwar said that despite the efforts of other political parties of undermining BSP in 1993 assembly polls, the party votes were increased.