BJP gearing up for “Crucial Assembly Elections”
The developments happening in the BJP indicate that the saffron party is slowly turning its focus towards the North Eastern states, which are set to face “Crucial Assembly Elections” this year.
The Election commission last day announced the dates of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura Assembly Elections.
As per the information, the elections in Meghalaya and Nagaland will take place on February twenty seven while the elections in the communist bastion of Tripura will be conducted on February eighteen.
All three assembly elections are crucial for the party which rules the central government. On the wake of the BJP’s underperformance in the Gujarat Assembly Election, this election would be closely watched.
Of these three state elections, the election, which is going to take place in Tripura, is more important for the saffron party, as the Northern Eastern state is ruled by the BJP’s arch-rival, the Communist Parties; it is technically the last bastion of the communist parties in the North Indian land.
Meghalaya is the place where the BJP is going to face the Grand Old Party as the prime opponent. Though the state is ruled by the Congress Party, it is not at a safe position at this moment.
Notably, in order to make sure that Nagaland, the state which the BJP rules, stay safe on their hand, the BJP has tactically declared its willingness to accept any regional parties in the special grand alliance which it formed for the state.
Vignesh. S. G
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