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In the last five months in the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Samajwadi Party has given 5 consecutive blows to the Bharatiya Janata Party. The BJP’s defeat in the MLC election has not stopped at the moment. People associated with the organization are upset by this. It is believed that the top leadership may take some tough decisions soon, given the assembly elections due next year.
ABVP account not even opened in student union elections
In December last year, the Samajwadi Party defeated the BJP in the Banaras teacher and graduate MLC election called its stronghold. After this, in the student union elections of Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth in February, the account of the BJP’s student organization Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) was also not opened. The Speaker’s post came in the part of the Samajwadi student assembly.
Similarly, in the student union elections held in Sampurnanand Sanskrit University in April, ABVP could not even open its account and NSUI won all the posts. The BJP was not overcome by these four defeats that the Panchayat elections started. Even in the panchayat elections, the BJP could not do anything better and out of 40 district panchayat members, only 8 of its candidates could win. This situation is not considered good for the BJP, given the assembly elections due next year.
There is no communication between the leaders with the workers, factionalism increased
BJP’s successive defeats in Banaras have forced the people of the organization to think. However, people associated with the organization are not saying anything openly, but the whispering inside has started. Leaders in Dabi Juban say that the dialogue between the MLA-Minister and the workers of the party has reduced Due to this factionalism has also increased.
As a result, the party suffered badly in the MLC elections, then the students’ union elections of two universities and now the panchayat elections. Due to non-hearing of ministers and legislators, the workers are beginning to feel neglected and they are not as enthusiastic about their own leaders as in 2017.