Shiv Sena has targeted BJP through its mouthpiece Saamana. Shiv Sena has attacked BJP through editorial in Saamana, writing that the situation in UP has become so bad that BJP is having to resort to Brahmin votes through Jitin Prasada. It is written in Saamana that the upper caste voters are splintering from BJP in UP. Till now BJP did not need any math or face in the state but now it has to do so.
“BJP has to resort to Jitin Prasad’s Brahmin votes”
It is written in Saamana, Jitin Prasad, who lost badly in the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, has finally become a BJP man. The arrival of Jitin Prasada is being celebrated in BJP. The reason for this is the caste arithmetic of elections in Uttar Pradesh. If Prasad had so much influence on the Brahmin vote in Uttar Pradesh, why could he not divert these votes to the Congress? Another meaning of this can also be taken that in Uttar Pradesh, the pro-BJP upper caste voters are now moving away from them. Till now BJP did not need any more maths and faces in Uttar Pradesh. Only Narendra Modi was everything, this was the policy. Votes were being received in the name of Ram Mandir or Hindutva. Now the situation in Uttar Pradesh has become so bad that Jitin Prasad’s Brahmin votes have to be resorted to.
“The remaining veterans of Congress are now jumping off the boat.”
It is written in the editorial on the condition of the Congress, the question is only that even the remaining veterans of the Congress party are now jumping from the boat. Then this is happening only in Uttar Pradesh, it is not so. In Rajasthan, now Sachin Pilot has given a farewell warning to the party leadership. Sachin Pilot and his supporters are already unhappy and he has one leg out. Sachin Pilot had rebelled a year ago. It was somehow pacified, yet the discontent continues to this day. There has been a big split in the Punjab Congress and the opposition faction has waged a cross-border war against Chief Minister Amarinder. Concerns over that increase when leaders like Prasad leave the party and join the BJP. The Congress, which survived this fall, is suffering.
“How should Congress stand?”
Questioning the Congress, Shiv Sena has said in the editorial that the Congress suffered a crushing defeat in West Bengal. Congress could not establish power in Kerala even after its condition was good. Despite the opportunity in Assam, the Congress lagged behind. Lost power in Puducherry. What should the Congress do and how should it stand in all this autumn? Even today no one has been able to erase the ‘imprint’ of Manmohan Singh, Narasimha Rao, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi. But barring Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala, the Congress is fighting for its existence. This is a picture that disturbs the political balance of the country. This is a dangerous situation for democracy.
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