11 May 2023

Madhya Pradesh: Big Leaders Leaving BJP Have Increased Concern Of CM Shivraj; How It Will Affect Party And Will BJP Be Able To Convince Its Disgruntled Leaders?

BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is undertaking a whirlwind tour of the entire state in the election year. He is also launching one or the other big project in every district. But the dissatisfaction within the party has become a cause of trouble for him.

Among the leaders who are vocally criticizing the party are former MLA Satyanarayan Sattan, former MLA Bhanwar Singh Shekhawat, former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's nephew and former Minister of State and former MP Anup Mishra, Uma Bharti, besides Mukesh Jain.

To end this dissatisfaction, Kailash Vijayvargiya and 13 other leaders along with him have been entrusted with the responsibility of persuading the disgruntled leaders. But party suffered a big jolt when Deepak Joshi quit the party and joined Congress.

'Deepak Joshi's departure from the organization will have no effect'

Bharatiya Janata Party's media in-charge in the state, Ashish Aggarwal, says that Deepak Joshi's departure from the organization will have no effect because "40 lakh BJP workers will work to further Kailash Joshi's dreams," he said.

However, Agarwal expressed regret that "Kailash Joshi had spent 19 months in jail during the Emergency and had to bear the torture of the Congress."

Along with Joshi, former Datia MLA Radhelal Baghel also formally joined the Congress. Congress state president Kamal Nath gave party membership to both the leaders.

Meanwhile, Union Minister of State for Steel Faggan Singh Kulaste, who came on a visit to Madhya Pradesh, said that the organization of the Bharatiya Janata Party is huge and that is the reason why it is very difficult to accommodate everyone in it.

'Leaders who left BJP in MP could do nothing'

Talking to reporters, Kulaste said, "The character of politics in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh is not like that of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The leaders who left the organization in Madhya Pradesh could not do anything. History is witness to this."

Political analysts believe that this time BJP is not only facing an anti-incumbency wave, but the rebellion within the party has also raised concerns.

Due to the BJP being in power continuously in Madhya Pradesh, the organization has not only weakened, but its dependence on power has also increased. The party which was formed by Kushabhau Thackeray, Kailash Joshi, Narayan Prasad Gupta, Pyarelal Khandelwal and Sundar Lal Patwa in the state has been forced to work on the dictates of power during Shivraj Singh Chouhan's tenure.

Lack of coordination between BJP's power and its organization

In Madhya Pradesh, the lack of coordination between BJP's power and its organization is clearly visible.

Political analysts feel that at present, the Bharatiya Janata Party has the biggest responsibility to deal with the disgruntled leaders of the organization, without fulfilling which they cannot get any guarantee of better results in the elections.

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