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BJP’s ‘erroneously try’ to recognize the 'pulse' of the voters

Wednesday - October 3, 2018 3:00 pm , Category : BHOPAL
The 'ruling party' looks far away from the truth in Madhya Pradesh
The 'ruling party' looks far away from the truth in Madhya Pradesh

Day dreaming of BJP to win in the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh

OCT 03 (WTN) - In Madhya Pradesh, BJP has been in the power for 15 consecutive years and BJP is in full attempt to win for the fourth time in a row. There have been a lot of changes in the Madhya Pradesh from between 2003 to 2018, but the way, in which the chronology has been changed in Madhya Pradesh since last three months, it seems that the BJP has not learned any lesson. By amending in the SC-ST Act, the Modi government has resent its traditional vote bank i.e. general class and OBCs. Not only this, the SAPAKS, which is fighting for the honor of these people, has now also formed a new political party which will let up the BJP’s votes, but even after this, the BJP leaders are day dreaming of winning in Madhya Pradesh.

Jabalpur MP and Madhya Pradesh BJP President Rakesh Singh is fully vigilant that this time the BJP could win. Regarding assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, Rakesh Singh says that the public is denying the Congress in front of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan's incomparable work. Rakesh Singh, while targeting the state Congress chief Kamal Nath, said, "Congress first became Kamal Nath state party president, then Congress gave him four crutches, then formed a major coalition and made preparations to win the elections with crutches and now Congress wants to come in the power with the help of the BJP rebels.”

At the same time, Rakesh Singh clears that in the assembly elections, the party will only bet on the candidate who can win and the ‘work’ will be given 'priority', not face. On the question of increasing number of contestants and ticket claimants in the party, Rakesh Singh said, "Every BJP worker works at the grassroots level and claiming for ticket, in my opinion, is an auspicious sign for the party because it shows the right candidate, but once the party decides its candidate, after that, the workers and the organization gathered with full force to win."

It is easy to say for the state president Rakesh Singh, but the fact is that the BJP's traditional vote bank has become badly 'angry' with the BJP. Angry farmers have become disillusioned with the BJP, due to non cash payment in the mandies, unplanned Bhavantar Yojna and not getting the right price for the crops. At the same time, the businessman has been angry with the BJP for a long time due to the demonetization and precipitant implementation of the GST. Government employees are also annoyed on the state BJP government’s stand on the reservation in promotions. After the amendment in the SC-ST act, upper cast and OBC voters are in the mood to ‘teach’ the ‘lesson’ to the BJP. If the upper castes, OBCs and minorities make a mood to defeat the BJP, then BJP can’t win elections on the base of SC-ST voters.

In such a situation, from farmers to traders, everyone is annoyed with the BJP and is talking about teaching them a ‘lesson’, but on what basis the BJP leaders are day dreaming to win in the assembly election. It is being said that since the amendment in the SC-ST Act, there is an angry atmosphere in the public against the BJP inside. The anti-incumbency wave of 15 years and the public anger is going to be very heavy to the BJP, but actually the BJP leaders don’t want to understand the truth or having been understood, they don’t want to accept it.
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