BJP and 2024 elections: BJP will be surrounded by many challenges

BJP and 2024 elections: BJP will be surrounded by many challenges

In this biggest clan of Indian politics, the rattling of utensils is happening more and more these days, due to which it is believed that the general election of 2024 will not be as easy as 2019 for BJP.

Although his path was considered difficult even then, he had regained power by setting new records. Yet this time the situation is different and if the BJP keeps on mulling, then the opposite results will not stop.

When the party whose stature has increased in the politics of the country, the expectations are also so high and complaints also. The same thing is happening with BJP these days. Even when he sneezes, social media across the country is flooded with reactions.

In this biggest clan of Indian politics, the rattling of utensils is happening more and more these days, due to which it is believed that the general election of 2024 will not be as easy as 2019 for BJP.

Although his path was considered difficult even then, he had regained power by setting new records. Yet this time the situation is different and if the BJP keeps on mulling, then the opposite results will not stop.

Elections in 2022 and BJP

The indications from the situation in MP, Bengal and UP are becoming a problem for the BJP leadership. In, on the one hand, there is the issue of sharp attack and non-cooperation of the opposition, and on the other hand, the BJP, which maintains internal discipline, is also becoming a headache to not remain the same as before.

If seen, BJP’s Choghadiya is not doing well since the beginning of 2021. Barely two months had passed that as soon as March started, the second wave of Corona started wreaking havoc.

On the other hand, the election for assembly elections of 5 states had come in the middle. Such a situation has become like a mountain for the ruling party here and there.

Eventually, the transition boom in April surrounded the government and the BJP from all sides. The way it was dealt with, the restlessness is being created in the states from within the BJP and also by the opposition.

These days the messages from MP and UP BJP reaching the central leadership are fearing a spark under the ashes.

It started at the beginning of June. Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who became the Chief Minister of MP for the fourth time, has not been completely sure even after a year has passed.

Home Minister Narottam Mishra and Gopal Bhargava are not unilaterally with him.

The result of Damoh by-election, in which there was resentment before giving BJP ticket to the person who came from Congress, then lost badly.

They were not even overcome by this that the meeting and meeting of BJP leaders in Bhopal mixed the heat like Nautapa.

Politics of MP and Vijayvargiya 2024

For about six years, Kailash Vijayvargiya was sent to Haryana and then to West Bengal as the National General Secretary, what was Bhopal for three days, as there was a stir inside the BJP.

Vijayvargiya, who returned to his home state after a long time, along with Shivraj, met Narottam Mishra, Organization General Secretary Suhas Bhagat, State President VD Sharma etc. and started a series of speculations.

When he reached Delhi from Bhopal, when he met Union Minister Prahlad Patel, Narendra Singh Tomar etc., the speculation got new dimensions. Here in Bhopal, the coming and meeting of the state organization in charge of Shivprakash were also in discussion.

Former state president Prabhat Jha also came to Bhopal in the meantime and met the leaders. By the way, statements have come from the leaders who met and said that Shivraj was, is and will remain the Chief Minister. The rest is in the trough of the future.

Political stir in UP 2024

On the other hand, there is a lot of turmoil in the politics of the country’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh. There, there was a hue and cry about the deaths and dead bodies from the corona spread in April, May, flowing in rivers like Ganga etc.

The defeat of the BJP in the Panchayat elections held during that time worked like fuel in the fire. Those who did not like Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath within the BJP started getting vocal.

Yogi also started showing attitude to the high command, such signals started coming.

For example, a few years ago, after retirement from the centre, IAS officer Arvind Kumar Sharma was sent to Lucknow, so that he could control the bureaucracy on the one hand while taking political responsibility there and on the other hand the Brahmin vote bank.

This initiative angered Yogi and he directly ignored Sharma. There was a possibility that he would be made Deputy Chief Minister, he was left behind, Hogi did not even give him the official residence that Sharma had asked for. It was considered a confrontation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

The stir between the BJP in UP is now visible on the surface. Recently, when the UP government released some advertisements, Modi’s photos were missing in them.

This only fueled the Yogi-Modi clash. Not only this, UP BJP’s strong leader Swatantra Dev Singh, who was upset from the first day of Yogi becoming the Chief Minister, appeared in advertisements in which Modi was not there.

Meanwhile, on June 9, Uttar Pradesh Congress leader Nitin Prasad went to Delhi and joined BJP.

He is a Brahmin leader of a UP and his father Jitendra Prasad was a lifelong Congress leader and also a minister at the Centre. The politics of UP revolves around Yadavs, Dalits, Thakurs and Brahmins.

West Bengal is also not allowing BJP and Modiji to rest. First of all, with the results coming there, Trinamool workers selectively killed, robbed, arson BJP workers, supporters.

To stop this, Mamta Banerjee imposed a lockdown, so that the supporters would stop for a while and immediate relief to the BJP too. are. Then he has started the process of a police case against BJP leaders.

An FIR has been lodged against Suvendu Adhikari, who defeated Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram and his brother Soumendu, for stealing relief material, while the police have said that 65 and 70 cases are pending against state BJP President Dilip Ghosh and Arjun Singh respectively. is. Obviously, the sword has been hung. When Mamta wills it, she will be dropped.

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Nishant Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Nishant Chandravanshi is Youtuber, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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