BJP News – Bharatiya Janata Party, which is reviewing the electoral strategy after the defeats in the Jharkhand and Delhi Assembly elections, is now seriously considering alliances with like-minded regional parties in the states.
The Bharatiya Janata Party, which is reviewing the electoral strategy after the defeats in the Jharkhand and Delhi Assembly elections, is now seriously considering promoting popular local leadership and alliances with like-minded regional parties to garner fifty percent of the vote in the states. Jhavimo (P) leader Babulal Marandi’s return to BJP in Jharkhand is being seen from this perspective. According to the indications received from the review meetings held after the election defeat in Delhi, the BJP leadership will give priority to the candidate for the post of Chief Minister in future elections in the states where possible. Sources present in the review meetings held last week said that one reason for the party not getting support in Jharkhand and Delhi was that it did not even have a popular chief ministerial candidate.
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In Jharkhand, the party fought elections under the leadership of Chief Minister Raghuvar Das, against whom the high command had also received reports of resentment among the workers. Whereas in Delhi, BJP has not declared anyone as the Chief Ministerial candidate. According to BJP sources, the concern of leadership has increased with the difference of vote percentage in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections. In the last two Lok Sabha elections, the BJP got more than fifty percent votes in 17 states, including allies of the alliance, but it was far behind in the state assembly elections. In many states of Bihar, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and the Northeast, the BJP is competing with regional parties.
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A party strategist said, ‘Keeping this in mind, we have to see that our strategy is to get more than fifty percent of the votes, because if the regional parties contest elections in alliance with Congress, then they are more likely to get more votes. Should be. A senior BJP leader said, ‘We are reviewing. We have to grow in a planned manner to reach 51 percent vote share across the country. For this, besides promoting the state leadership, the option of strategy of alliance with regional parties is also in front of the party.
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In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, BJP got more than 50 percent votes on its own in 15 states, while in Bihar and Maharashtra, it was able to get 52 and 50 percent votes with its allies respectively. However, after this, the party could not get majority figures in Haryana and Jharkhand. In Haryana, BJP’s vote percentage was 36, while in Jharkhand it was 33.37 percent. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in Delhi, BJP got 56.58 percent votes and in the recent assembly elections it came down to 38.5 percent.