27 Oct 2022

Rajasthan Politics: Many Factions In BJP; Top Leaders Of Both Congress, BJP Focus On State

Jaipur: Things are changing rapidly in the politics of Rajasthan. On the one hand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself inaugurated the BJP's campaign for the 2023 assembly elections in Mount Abu in the state, while the Congress is also in no mood to leave any stone unturned. 

Factionalism at its peak in BJP: In Rajasthan, factionalism is at its peak in both the major parties. Even after this, factionalism is so dominant in a disciplined party like BJP that instructions for solidarity have to be issued from top level. BJP's core committee meeting was also called so that the divided party can be made united. 

Vasundhara Raje camp looking strong: Actually, the camp of former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is looking strong in the BJP in a way. Through religious visits, she is creating an atmosphere so that the high command cannot ignore her for the post of Chief Minister. On the other hand, the hold of state president Satish Poonia seems to be weakening on the organization. He is trying a lot, but seems to be isolated.

BJP worker confused due to many factions: There are many factions in BJP, not one or two. Because of this, the BJP worker has remained confused till now. On one side there is Vasundhara. On the other hand Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. At the same time, the factions of Arjun Meghwal and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla are also trying to bring forward their leaders. 

Modi-Rahul's campaigns will build up atmosphere: There is no unity in the activities of Rajasthan Pradesh BJP. Because of this the central leadership has decided to take everything into their hands. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking a meeting on November 1. Just a few days before the entry of Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra in the tribal region of Mewar, Modi is going to try to create an atmosphere in his favour. As long as Rahul remains in Rajasthan, meetings of Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah can also be held in the state.

Rahul Gandhi Bharat Jodo Yatra to enter Rajasthan on 7th December: Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodi Yatra will enter Rajasthan via Jhalawar via Madhya Pradesh border on 7th December. This yatra will last for twenty days in the state. Under this, Rahul Gandhi can hold four general meetings. 

Talking about Congress, it has nothing to lose. However, the factionalism of the Congress is in front. The battle for chair between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot is not hidden from anyone. Despite this, the political board appears to be under Gehlot's control. There is little hope of any change in this even after Mallikarjun Kharge became the president.

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