After the meetings with prominent regional leaders, Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao aka KCR declared the concept of ‘Swarn Bharat’ after winning the goal of BJP-Mukt tirade.
KCR’s campaign against Modi gaining momentum and being praised by many and joining him to fòrm a strong front to fight and replace the ruling BJP government in India.
According to political pundits, Telangana State Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao reminds one of Telugu Desam Party supremo Chandrababu Naidu prior to the 2019 elections. Having severed ties with the BJP then, Naidu had joined hands with the Congress to play a crucial role in national politics, but drew flak. Similarly, in the name of Federal Front, KCR had approached CMs of regional parties then, but fell flat as BJP was voted to power at the Centre in 2019.
The BJP has never practised politics with an eye on power. BJP’s ideology, be it with just two seats as in the past or with the majority with which it has been voted to power at the Centre for the last two terms, remains more or less the same. The agenda promised to people some decades ago is being implemented by the party, the orange party admirers opined.
The BJP relinquished power during the Janata Party regime for the sake of ideology. The BJP fell out with the National Front government and withdrew support to it in 1990 when Kashmiri Hindus fled J and K for their lives, fanning out in various directions and when the VP Singh government tried to halt the Ram Rath Yatra, they added.
When Atal Behari Vajpayee was at the helm of affairs, the BJP had lost power by a margin of just one vote, since it had stuck to its ideology and refused to indulge in irregularities.
On the other hand, the BJP has stalwarts like LK Advani who had refused to contest the elections till his name had been cleared from the Jain Hawala scandal. Those who are familiar with history of the BJP and that of its earlier form Jan Sangh can understand how the BJP government, led by PM Narendra Modi, works relentlessly to implement its ideology.
The BJP, under the Narendra Modi regime, has struck terror in the hearts of those who have no political ideology, those who have set their sights on indulging in corruption and amassing wealth, and those who practise politics of dynasty.
Today scenario talks as all evil forces are ganging up against the BJP to stall its march. People have rejected evil political forces. For instance, people of Bihar knew the extent of corruption, misdeeds, and illegal activities perpetrated in the regime of RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav. In the last elections, RJD, Congress and other parties joined hands against the BJP-JD (U) alliance and tried to deal a crippling blow to it. But people voted the BJP-JD (U) combine to power.
Similarly, in UP, Samajwadi Party, BSP and many other outfits tried to stall the march of the BJP to victory and received complete drubbing at the hustings. Can the parties that are incapable of locking horns with the BJP at the regional level clash with the BJP at national level?
Now, the question is – what is the purpose behind the desire of KCR, Mamata Bannerjee and Uddhav Thackeray to form a front? KCR has realised that his regime would come to an end soon as he has been acting like a dictator, treating ministers, party activists and people as his vassals.
According to BJP sources, people have seen through the thousands of crores of corruption that he, his family members, and aides had indulged in the name of construction of irrigation projects.
Having spent in vain crores of rupees in the recent by-elections to Dubbak and Huzurabad Assembly seats and in the GHMC elections to retain power, he has understood that the days of the TRS are numbered.
Students and leaders who had fought relentlessly for Telangana alongside KCR during the movement have deserted the TRS and joined the BJP. So, KCR is trying to move closer to other regional party leaders by indulging in personal criticism of Modi. That is why, he is holding talks with Congress and NCP, which had sacrificed their ideology after being rejected by people and are with Shiv Sena, which has lust for power.
Late Bal Thackeray floated Shiv Sena to groom it as a party based on ideology. None knows how much his soul might have withered in pain upon watching his son Uddhav Thackeray hobnobbing with immoral parties like Congress and NCP and joining hands with opportunists like KCR and making anarchic forces like Prakash Raj sit beside him?
Maharashtra, under the rule of Uddhav Thackeray, slipped to fifth position in terms of development. The unholy alliance government, headed by Udhdhav, saw death of thousands due to Covid-19 in Maharashtra.
The incidents like, suspicious death of actor Sushant Singh Rathode, resignation of home minister Anil Deshmukh in money laundering case and resignation of forest minister Sanjay Rathode in connection with the death of a woman stand make it clear that Maharashtra, under Udhdhav Thackeray, has become home to drugs, mafia gangs, economic offenders and immoral people.
Parking of a vehicle with detonators in front of the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani establishes the link between the police and mafia and stands as an example of the inefficient rule of Uddhav Thackeray. People have been closely watching the leaders of the three parties joining hands only to indulge in corruption without any ideological base.
Thackeray knows that it is not easy to prevent the BJP from coming to power. That is why he staged histrionics in the name of floating a front on the lines of KCR.
Mamata Bannerjee also clearly understood BJP’s mettle in West Bengal. In 2019 LS elections, BJP won 19 LS seats in Bengal, while the 2021 Assembly elections helped BJP win 77 seats. Therefore, the BJP emerged as a strong opposition in Bengal. The vote share of the BJP improved drastically to 38.14 per cent in 2021 as against 0.4 per cent in 1984.These leaders have targeted Modi only to safeguard their fiefdoms. Is it possible for them to win at the national level without winning in their home ground? #KhabarLive #hydnews