Ahead of the pivotal Assembly polls later this year, the BJP has called for a meeting of its central election committee.
The committee, often considered the party’s discerning decision-making body, will be attended by many key figures, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and party president JP Nadda. These eminent figures will strategize for the forthcoming polls.
Fetching The Future: BJP’s Gameplan
Getting its ducks in a row, the BJP is leaving no stone unturned to clinch victory in the impending Assembly polls in five Indian states. Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram, and Telangana are the battlegrounds.
Might the meeting shed light on the strategies to counter the Opposition’s moves? The main agenda, as per the sources, is to squash the opponents’ chances by making early arrangements, especially in seats where BJP is considered weak.
In Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Telangana, Opposition rule currently dominates the political scene. With the Opposition standing tall, will it be an uphill task for BJP in these states? This is one question that will be a focal point during the strategic meeting today.
Mizoram currently sees BJP’s ally, MNF at the helm, a party that voted against BJP recently during the no-confidence motion in Lok Sabha. And in Madhya Pradesh, the situation seems to be on a knife-edge.
MP seems to be geared for a photo finish. So, these states certainly add a dramatic flair to the political mélange in India today.
Today’s central election committee meeting will map out the vast landscape of the upcoming polls. The key points of focus, as sources say, are identifying potent candidates and outlining strategies to counter the Congress’s promises, among other poll-related matters.
An Impactful Prelude
These Assembly polls hold considerable significance as a precursor to the general election in 2022. Perhaps a victory in these states could hence set the tempo, giving the incumbent BJP a robust momentum against the joint Opposition bloc, India.
In sum, the BJP’s central election committee meeting today is more than a mere meeting. It holds within its folds the BJP’s visions, strategies, and ambitions for the five states awaiting the Assembly polls.
These strategies and counter-moves might indeed shape the political tide across the country, laying the groundwork for the elections next year.