BJP gears up for 2022 elections in five states

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The BJP is speeding up its preparations for the assembly elections to be held in five states of the country within five months. In these elections, which are going to be held in the midst of a fierce farmer movement, the BJP is worrying the most about its important state Uttar Pradesh.

The five electoral states include Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Manipur, Punjab and Uttarakhand while elections are also due in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh by the end of 2022.

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Out of these five states, BJP is in power in four states. The BJP has little hope from Punjab due to the strong strength of the farmers’ movement and the break-up of the Shiromani Akali Dal.

Government stuck over Mishra

The BJP is certainly upset by the aggressive manner in which farmers and the opposition have attacked the Modi government after the farmers’ agitation and the Lakhimpur Kheri incident. The biggest difficulty of the party is that what should it decide about the Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni because he fears the displeasure of the Brahmin community due to Mishra’s resignation, keeping Mishra in the cabinet is giving political power to the farmers’ movement and the opposition. .

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The party does not want to lose Uttar Pradesh at any cost because this state paves the way for Delhi. If BJP gets electoral defeat here in 2022, then after this the leaders engaged in forming Anti BJP Front will get strength and a big alliance can also be ready against BJP.

That’s why BJP has started working in Uttar Pradesh from OBC to Dalit and other sections. BJP is going to organize 100 programs in the next 100 days in Uttar Pradesh.

During this, BJP leaders and workers will go among the people of different castes and communities, do door to door campaigning and tell the common people about the schemes of Yogi and the central government.

Uttarakhand will also have an effect

The impact of the farmers’ movement is sure to be on the elections of Uttarakhand as well as Uttar Pradesh. BJP has suffered a major setback due to cabinet minister Yashpal Arya leaving the party. However, in the last few months, he has also given membership of the party to three MLAs. But due to the farmers’ movement, it is believed that BJP’s vote bank will be dented in Terai and plains.

Manipur: Instructions to get ready for preparations

Similarly, in Manipur, the BJP has given an edge to the election preparations. National President JP Nadda has recently visited the state. Here Chief Minister N. The party is certainly worried due to the reports of resentment among the MLAs against Biren Singh. The party has asked its leaders to forget all differences and get involved in election preparations.

BJP is expected to return in Goa. Last time there he broke into Congress MLAs. 15 to 10 Congress MLAs from Goa had joined the BJP. Meanwhile, Amit Shah himself is going to Goa and he will meet party leaders there. The party has made former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in-charge of Goa.

Feedback taken from survey

BJP has conducted survey in these five states through NaMo app. The feedback received from this will help Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP in weaving strategy during the elections. The party and the Sangh Parivar know that 2022 has a big role to play in deciding the 2024 election results, so go into the elections with full vigor.

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