A Gist Of Political Hul Chul In Punjab
Few weeks back Union Minister for Petroleum Hardeep Singh Puri, B.J.P. State President Ashwani Sharma have clearly quoted of B.J.P. contesting all the 13 Parliament Seats in Punjab in the coming Parliament Elections. Similarly, B.J.P. National Executive Member and Former Minister Punjab Manoranjan Kalia in Moga during the District Executive Committee meeting said that B.J.P. will be contesting all the 13 parliament seats in Punjab in the coming parliament elections. While talking to senior B.J.P. activists who refused to get his name published said that the result of the Jalandhar parliamentary by election clearly reflects that with the division of votes it can be little bit difficult for B.J.P. to fulfill of winning all the parliament seats in Punjab in 2024 the desire of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of winning 13 out of 13 Seats. He said that even though S.A.D. (B) is having an alliance with B.S.P. the efforts for once again going for an alliance with S.A.D. (B) cannot be ruled out by the political leaders in coming future. Many senior B.J.P. leaders who were working sincerely during the days of Bharatiya Jan Sangh, Janata Party, and Bharatiya Janata Party have been sidelined in the new State Executive Committee team. Vipan Sharma, Satish Kapur, Tarsem Kapur and other senior B.J.P. leaders who had throughout their life honestly worked in the organisational matters and with different capacities in the organiaation have been ignored, whatever may be the reasons. Will the National B.J.P. president J.P. Nadda look into the matter as all the these leaders had worked with Nadda when he was contesting the first assembly election from Bilaspur and even worked with him when he was National President Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha.
With the maiden victory of Aam Aadmi party candidate Sushil Kumar Rinku in the Jalandhar parliamentary bypoll the party leaders and workers of the party are in enthusiastic mood. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and his team of Council of Ministers and MLAs are in high spirits trying to solve the genuine problems faced by the public at present in public interest. AAP is hopeful of performing much better than expectations in the municipal corporation elections and coming parliament elections. The Aam Aadmi Party leaders are monitoring the development works personally and listening to the grievances of the residents of different areas falling in their respective constituencies.
Congress leaders after losing Jalandhar parliamentary bypoll are still to recover from the defeat, as the Congress leaders had never expected of the defeat of their candidate. It is now up to the Congress leaders how to show their united strength in the coming municipal corporation elections and parliament elections. Even though with the defeat in Jalandhar parliamentary byelections Congress leaders are in upbeat mood after registering victory in Karnataka assembly elections held recently.
Rajat Kumar Mohindru,