With the country losing its faith in the promises of BJP and the party fearing to lose its charm, it is working fanatically day and night to keep the party’s foothold strong in India. It was BJP’s dream of a ‘Congress Mukt’ Bharat, but now it seems like the party is dreaming bigger of only one party rule in India.
BJP Party President Amit Shah ahead of the Lok Sabha elections due in 2019 has begun the election campaign with zealous enthusiasm and energy, hitting every state and targetting every opposition. Recently, Shah had launched the 15-day long Jansuraksha Yatra in Kerela, against the ruling CPI(M) government in the state.
BJP accused the Kerela government of killing the party workers of RSS and BJP and spreading violence in the name of murder politics. Shah was supposed to be on a three-day tour to Kerela, however, he called his trip off earlier than scheduled, on the grounds of some important matter to be attended in Delhi. While Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath leading the rally, criticised the Kerela government saying that there is no place for violence in the democracy. He also brought up the issue of love jihad, as it has sonority in Uttar Pradesh.
However, Shah calling of his tour, did in no sense impact the rally negatively. In fact, Shah has been able to keep the Jansurakhsha Yatra alive even outside Kerela. BJP is actually playing a tactful dual strategy by boosting the confidence of its cadre in Kerela, as well as attacking the Left in poll-bound Tripura as well as Bengal.
The party to further strengthen the Jansurakhsha Yatra has urged all its Chief MInisters and Union Ministers to visit Kerela. BJP attacking the CPI(M) in every possible way also criticised the government in Kerela of not reducing the petrol prices in the state. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan alleged that Kerala had not reduced the petroleum prices in the state.
To keep the Yatra going on even outside Kerela, Amit Shah on Sunday Shah took part in a BJP march to the CPM headquarters in Delhi. He alleged that killing of the party workers of RSS and BJP was a part of a well-planned conspiracy against BJP by the CPM party.
while addressing the party workers at Connaught Place, Shah said that “murders and violence have been a prominent part of communist ideology…. The violence being unleashed on BJP and RSS workers by CPM will ensure its own end. CPM which is today spreading the politics of hatred in Kerala, Tripura & Bengal will soon be eliminated from the political arena.”
CPM at present is just present in three states and the BJP is planning to rule them out from there also. Along with this, BJP is also targetting the Left which is ideologically its extreme opposite. With the Jansurakha Yatra in its full force, the party is also targetting the Left in Tripura.
The CPM in Bengal is replacing the Left in Bengal at a rather fast pace, making it the main opponent of Trinamool Congress in the state. With the help of the Yatra, BJP is planning to take over the party in Bengal too.