Power struggle intensifying in the state

Bhopal. Electoral preparations have intensified for the assembly general elections 2023 in the state. For both the major parties, Madhya Pradesh has become important because of its own reasons. For this reason, preparations are being seen in full swing ahead of time. The focus of both the parties is on solving social equations.

In fact, due to the lack of a clear atmosphere in favor of any party, the election becomes dependent on regional and caste equations in the last round. For this reason these equations are already being added on the instrumentation. Such leaders are being identified who have a lot of interference in the area and in their caste. Especially in the ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party, this process has started in other states. Necessary changes have also been made. The inclusion of Yeddyurappa from Karnataka and Satyanarayana Jatiya from Madhya Pradesh in the Central Election Committee is going to be done to address these equations. Change of state president and leader of opposition in Chhattisgarh is also a part of this chain. From the very beginning, BJP has been trying to solve caste equations in the state. Three consecutive Chief Ministers Uma Bharti, Babulal Gaur and Shivraj Singh Chouhan were made from the backward classes. In the center too, Prahlad Patel from backward class, Virendra Kumar from Dalit class, Faggan Singh Kulaste from tribal class has been made minister. The party is leaving no chance to oblige the tribal and the downtrodden in the state. Sumitra Balmiki from the Depressed Classes has recently been sent to the Rajya Sabha. Before that Sumer Singh Solanki was sent to the Rajya Sabha from the tribal class.

The opposition party Congress also tries whenever it gets a chance to settle the equations. Former minister and tribal leader Umang Singar has been made a member of the screening committee of the Congress Committee in Gujarati Himachal Pradesh, but unlike the BJP, the Congress has little chance to oblige as there is no government in the state and at the Centre. For this reason, the party gives an example of the balance that was created during the government in the state.

Overall, the power struggle has intensified in the state and both the parties are leaving no stone unturned for the 2023 elections. The regional leadership and the national leadership of the ruling party BJP have been continuously active. On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi is going to live in the tribal areas of the state for 15 days under the Bharat Jodo Yatra by the Congress party. The party is also conducting surveys continuously and the present MLAs whose condition is not good have also been asked to remain active in their areas. The Congress has also identified those MLAs who have cross-voted in the presidential election and has also made a list of such leaders who prevented party candidates from winning the three-tier panchayati raj and urban body elections by colluding with BJP leaders. . At the same time, the BJP is continuously taking feedback from the seven municipal areas where it has lost elections. In which the party had to lose the election due to differences of party leaders among themselves. Where the weak link is being sought in both the parties. At the same time, efforts are being made to put aggressive and mass-based leaders on the electoral front.

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