"The future course of action will be decided only after the final results are announced. Till then, she (Mayawati) will be staying in the state capital," a party source said, requesting anonymity.
Different exit polls have suggested that the SP-BSP-RLD alliance is all set to dent the Bharatiya Janata Party's 2014 tally in Uttar Pradesh, though it might not be able to throw a spanner in the formation of an NDA government at the Centre.
Insiders in both the parties, however, were not ready to accept the exit poll projections that gave the BJP over 300 seats to form the government with a comfortable margin.
"We (SP-BSP-RLD) should get nothing less than 55 seats as the alliance has done exceedingly well. We expect around 60 (out of 80) seats. We not agree with exit poll projections," another source said.
Meanwhile, with most of the BSP leaders preferring to remain in their respective districts after hectic electioneering, there was not much activity in the party camp here.
"The party leaders will come to the state capital only after May 23. They have been asked to stay in their respective districts and oversee the counting process," a party leader said.
Roads outside the BSP office and Mayawati's residence reflected the caution with which the party is treading.
In the 2014 general election, the BJP had won 71 seats, its ally Apna Dal bagged 2, Samajwadi Party 5 and the Congress 2, while the BSP drew a blank.
With 80 Lok Sabha seats, Uttar Pradesh has the largest number of seats in the lower house of Parliament.