BJP does not want to give advantage of Modi’s name to JJP! Will contest elections alone on all seats in Haryana?
<पी शैली="पाठ-संरेखण: औचित्य सिद्ध करें;">Haryana News:The news of break-up of BJP-JJP alliance in Haryana remains in constant discussions. If media reports are to be believed, then BJP is trying to contest the elections alone by moving away from JJP’s alliance. A big reason for this is also that BJP feels that this time again ‘Modi magic’ is going to work in the Lok Sabha elections. Due to Haryana being a Hindi belt, Modi magic is more likely to work here. In the 2019 elections also, BJP had won all the seats in the name of PM Modi. In such a situation, once again BJP wants to move forward with this formula. For which she can now break the alliance with JJP and contest the 2024 Lok Sabha elections alone. Because BJP does not want that its alliance party JJP should also be able to take advantage of Modi’s name.
Churning in Delhi on alliance
A few days ago, a meeting was called by BJP National President JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi regarding this. This meeting was called after Shah’s Sirsa rally. Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, state in-charge Biplab Deb, state president Om Prakash Dhankhar and leaders of Haryana BJP core group attended the meeting. The BJP-JJP alliance was also discussed in this meeting which lasted for about 2 hours. BJP believes that if it contests elections together with JJP, then it may have to suffer losses in the assembly elections.
BJP’s tough stance on JJP
Now BJP’s stand regarding JJP is being considered tough. The biggest reason for this is the support of independent MLAs. Just a few days ago, 4 independent MLAs and one Halopa convenor MLA Gopal Kanda had met BJP state in-charge Biplab Deb. He had spoken of supporting the government. Due to which now BJP has started feeling that they can run the government even with the help of independents. BJP has started to feel that even if JJP leaves it, there is no harm to them. That’s why now BJP’s stand regarding the alliance is getting tougher.