BSP candidate list: The Bahujan Samaj Party has released the second list of candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls on Monday. The BSP led by Mayawati is contesting the election in an alliance with Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand. As per the electoral pact, while the BSP will contest 38 seats, the SP will field 37 candidates in Uttar Pradesh. The RLD of Ajit Singh will contest three seats. The alliance has left two seats (Amethi and Raebareli) for Congress. Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state of the country and sends maximum MPs to the Lok Sabha. The country has seen 14 Prime Ministers so far of which eight are from Uttar Pradesh including the incumbent Narendra Modi. All political parties are aware that winning maximum seats in this state will be key to next government's formation. BSP candidates list for Lok Sabha polls Uttar Pradesh (38 seats): 1. Saharanpur Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Haji Fazulrahman 2. Bijnor Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Malook Nagar 3. Nagina (SC) Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Girish Chandra 4. Aligarh Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Ajit Baliyan 5. Agra (SC) Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Manoj Kumar Soni 6. Fatehpur Sikri Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Rajveer Singh 7. Dhaurahara Lok Sabha seat - 8. Sitapur Lok Sabha seat - 9. Sultanpur Lok Sabha seat - 10. Pratapgarh Lok Sabha seat - 11. Kaiserganj Lok Sabha seat - 12. Basti Lok Sabha seat - 13. Salempur Lok Sabha seat - 14. Jaunpur Lok Sabha seat - 15. Bhadohi Lok Sabha seat - 16. Deoria Lok Sabha seat - 17. Amroha Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Danish Ali 18. Meerut Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Hazi Mohammad Yakoob 19. Gautam Buddh Nagar Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Satbeer Nagar 20. Bulandshahr (SC) Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Yogesh Verma 21. Aonla Lok Sabh seat -\u00a0Ruchi Veera 22. Shahjahanpur (SC) Lok Sabh seat -\u00a0Amar Chandra Jauhar 23. Misrikh (SC) Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Nilu Satyarthi 24. Mohanlalganj (SC) Lok Sabha seat - 25. Farrukhabad Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Manoj Agarwal 26. Akbarpur Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Nisha Sachan 27. Hamirpur Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Dileep Kumar Singh 28. Fatehpur Lok Sabha seat - 29. Ambedkar Nagar Lok Sabha seat - 30. Shrawasti Lok Sabha seat - 31. Domariyaganj Lok Sabha seat - 32. Sant Kabir Nagar Lok Sabha seat - 33. Bansgaon (SC) Lok Sabha seat - 34. Lalganj (SC) Lok Sabha seat - 35. Ghosi Lok Sabha seat - 36. Machhlishahr (SC) Lok Sabha seat - 37. Ghazipur Lok Sabha seat - 38. Jalaun (SC) Lok Sabha seat -\u00a0Pankaj Singh In the previous elections held in 2014, the BSP drew a blank. The upcoming election is an opportunity for the BSP to revive its lost ground in the state which sees dalits and Muslims as its vote bank. In Uttar Pradesh, dalits and Muslim comprise 21 and 19 per cent, respectively of the total population of 20.42 crore. On the other hand, the BJP is looking to stump the BSP, SP and Congress combine by repeating its 2014 show. The BJP along with its regional allies had won 73 of the 80 parliamentary seats. This time, the BJP has claimed that it will win at least 74 seats. The state will go to polls in seven phases between April 11 and May 19. Results will be declared on May 23. The BSP was the third single largest party in terms of vote-share in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, but it couldn't win any seat. The party had got 20% votes in Uttar Pradesh and overall 4.1%.