BJP can play these tricks in the assembly elections of four states, it is important to win the perception war before the Lok Sabha

Before the Lok Sabha elections, there are assembly elections in Telangana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and in all these four states BJP would like to do its best to win the perception war before the Lok Sabha elections.

The BJP suffered a crushing defeat in the Karnataka assembly elections. Since then the party does not want to take any risk in the coming assembly elections of four states. Before the Lok Sabha elections, there are assembly elections in Telangana, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and in all these four states BJP would like to do its best to win the perception war before the Lok Sabha elections.

It is believed that if the BJP fails to perform well in all these four states, then it will have a direct impact on the Lok Sabha elections. Out of the four states, BJP is in power only in Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh are ruled by the Congress while the BRS is in power in Telangana. A strong performance for the BJP would mean retaining Madhya Pradesh, winning at least one of the two Congress-ruled states. Whereas in Telangana, to achieve Home Minister Amit Shah’s ‘Mission 70’ or to establish itself as a strong opposition.

Who will prove to be the trump card for BJP in Telangana?

In Telangana, BJP has replaced Sanjay, the Blue Eyed Boy Bandi of RSS, as BJP President and appointed Union Minister Kishan Reddy, but BJP’s trump card seems to be someone else. In a state where the BJP has repeatedly tried to play the Hindutva card, its success will depend on how well it taps into the local Telangana sentiment, which has its roots in the Telangana creation movement. Who better for the BJP than Eatala Rajender, former top TRS leader and aide of K. Chandrasekhar Rao, who recently joined the BJP.


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BJP can do this trick in Madhya Pradesh

BJP again formed the government in Karnataka in 2020 and toppled the Congress government. Shivraj Singh Chouhan once again became the Chief Minister of the state. But almost all opinion polls are predicting a close contest in the coming assembly elections. If BJP has to strengthen its strategy in Madhya Pradesh, then first it has to remove its state president VD Sharma.

Recently, local body elections were held for 13 posts in Madhya Pradesh, out of which seven were won by the BJP and six by the Congress. However, the victory of a ward in Chhindwara (Constituency of Congress state president Kamal Nath) in the local body by-elections in Madhya Pradesh has brought cheers in the BJP camp.

CM face is very important in Rajasthan

Congress party is in power in Rajasthan but it is facing anti-incumbency wave. Apart from this, the internal discord of the party is also becoming a problem for him. The story of Gehlot vs Pilot has become so old that it no longer makes headlines on TV news channels. But despite this, the BJP is not in a position to win until it declares former CM Vasundhara Raje as its chief ministerial face. Vasundhara Raje is so powerful in the state that most of the MLAs are in her favor and she has also opposed a decision of Home Minister Amit Shah in 2018.

If the BJP really wants to capitalize on Congress’s infighting and anti-incumbency wave, it needs to project Vasundhara Raje as the chief ministerial face of a state where loyalty to royalty is still the norm.

Leadership crisis in Chhattisgarh?

Chhattisgarh seems to be the most difficult state for BJP. BJP seems to be losing in all opinion polls but BJP can further strengthen its presence in Chhattisgarh as well. For this, there he needs a CM face who is present on the ground. Currently, the most important question for the BJP regarding Chhattisgarh is who is leading it?

Former Chief Minister Raman Singh is currently the National Vice President who is more active on social media and rarely seen on the ground. At the same time, his troupe has also disappeared. While Leader of Opposition Narayan Chandel is not that popular and BJP’s state president Arun Sao has not built such a rapport with workers that can make him a mass leader. Although both the leaders are OBCs. It seems BJP has another OBC leader in mind who has gained immense popularity on the ground as well as on social media much to BJP’s delight. OP Chowdhary is a former IPS officer currently serving as the state’s general secretary. OP Chowdhary, young, clean and relatively popular among workers, is the best bet for the BJP.


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