BJP and the road 2024 – Loose or History?

For some people, 2024 is far away and a distant dream but the political spectrums have started heating up. Parties across India have started preparing for the general elections which are going to be held in 2024 or other words “Chunaav ka bigool baj chuka hai”, The opposition has also geared up for an instance the Congress has come up with the Bharat jodo yatra. The recent elections in the three northeastern states were also being labelled as a litmus test for BJP in the northeast. The party gained a fair share of victory over there as well. While congress failed miserably yet again.

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What next for Congress and other parties

While the elections for big states like Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh are due yet again. Rajasthan is being ruled by Congress under the leadership of Ashok Gehlot, there are problems and faultlines in the congress internally there. Indian Nation Congress won the electoral battle of Madhya Pradesh but then was conceded later on as Jyotiraditya Scindia left the party along with a good number of MLAs. Similarly, the deputy CM of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot also has friction with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.

With the Tailor murder case in Udaipur, the position of Congress has weakened substantially as it was a consensus back then that the government has failed to act and protect the state from communal violence. BJP lost no moment to capture the momentum and gain political mileage from the situation. The moving of Gulab chand kataria a prominent leader in the politics of Rajasthan from the side of the BJP indicates that there are going to be some major changes when the party goes into election mode this time.

The Maharashtra Case

The Mahavikas Aghadi government was toppled and a new government was brought in by the BJP and the Shiv Sena Rebel Eknath Shinde. It looked as if the story is repeating itself but just on a more dramatic note. The same events which happened in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh seemed to be happening again. But this time there was something even worse fundamentally.

The Uddhav Thackeray side lost the party name and the symbol, The same party which was established by his Father Shri. BalaSaheb Thackeray.

This meant that congress not only was thrown out of power yet again but one of the allies became non-existent perhaps. This also proved to be a final nail in the coffin of a united opposition as the internal friction in the government was too much and it started spilling out in the public as well.

The Bihar angle

The story in Bihar seems to be quite opposite as the one who always throws people out of the government was thrown out of the government. BJP was running in a coalition government with Nitish Kumar and was thrown out of power when Nitish Kumar decided to Part ways and go the Yadav Way. Nitish Kumar is one of the most successful leaders in the history of Bihar as he has been serving as the Chief Minister of Bihar for more than 3 terms now. There is a ray of hope from Bihar as there is some resistance to BJP by the local parties. Bihar is one of the most crucial states when it comes to winning the general election it is commonly said “ LokSabha ka Rasta UP, Bihar se hokar jaata hai”.

The AAP factor

The rise of the Aam Aadmi party is platonic and unparalleled, The way AAP won Delhi more than once is quite commendable and astonishing. But some problems have come up and can play a hard role in making sure that the AAP does not win anymore, apart from this the virtue of CM Kejriwal as the one man who runs the show might harm the image of the party on the bigger horizon.

To conclude it will be interesting to see what happens in 2024 and if BJP wins with a full majority it will be a historic moment for the country and BJP.

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