March 27, 2023

Only Congress state leaders will fight in the election!

In the states where elections are going this year, all three top BJP leaders have exerted their full force. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda are visiting constituencies in succession. They are marching, road show. If we look at Karnataka, where elections are due to be announced next month, there is definitely a schedule of one of the top three BJP leaders two days a week. In contrast, there is complete peace in Congress. No national leader is having any program in Karnataka or any other constituencies.

Informed sources in the Congress say that the election strategy of the Congress is different from that of the BJP. Top BJP leaders will contest the state elections, while only state leaders of the Congress will contest the elections. Top national leaders of Congress will make guest appearances in state elections. Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will have election rallies and roadshows, but neither of them will fight for the party as earnestly as BJP leaders have been doing. Not only state leaders seem to lack confidence in their top leadership. They feel that they have more charisma or ground hold than Rahul and Priyanka, so they should contest the elections.

According to informed Congress leaders, Karnataka state president Dick Sivakumar and former chief minister Siddaramaiah will contest the elections. In-charge general secretary Randeep Surjewala will also have a limited role. Although the national president Mallikarjun Kharge is from Karnataka, he too is not going to play a major role in the elections. It must be remembered that after becoming the president, he did not do any big rally or road show except for the welcome ceremony. He will get tickets for some of his close ones and hold some rallies during the elections.

Chhattisgarh also has elections next year and Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is sure to contest there. In the elections there, Rahul and Priyanka will only go to public meetings. The incumbent general secretary will also have no job. Everything in Madhya Pradesh has been handed over to Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath will do what he does. Digvijoy Singh will also have a small role in some places, but no other lead has any role. There is confusion over the state leadership in Rajasthan, but central leaders are sure to have no role in the elections. Similarly everything in Haryana was handed over to Bhupinder Singh Hooda. Without him, no other leader has any meaning. This is the case in almost all states.

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