BJP learns from Bengal’s defeat, leaders of other parties will not get entry in UP.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is taking special care about the leaders coming from other parties in Uttar Pradesh. Along with the social and political equations, the commitment of external leaders is also being kept in mind. The usefulness of the leaders who will be taken into the party, their 2024 strategy is also being tested.
In view of the election strategy in Uttar Pradesh, BJP has constituted a joining committee. The chairman of which has been made former state president Laxmikant Vajpayee. Both the Deputy Chief Ministers Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dinesh Chandra Sharma have been kept in this high profile committee. Along with this, Dayashankar Singh has also been included. Since such a committee was suggested by the central leadership of the party, its strategic importance is immense.
In fact, recently, some such leaders from other parties were included in the state, on which the leaders of the party had raised questions and complaints were made to the central leadership. The membership of one such leader had to be canceled later. This brought disgrace to the party.
learn from west bengal
Since there is a lot of movement of leaders during elections, the party has constituted such a committee only to be vigilant. In West Bengal too, the party had included leaders of other parties in large numbers to increase its strength, but many leaders left the party after the election results were not favorable. Due to this, the party has to face an uncomfortable situation.
Other states can also adopt the method
A general secretary of the party said that since Uttar Pradesh is the largest state. It has more political influence, so the party is also taking extra care about the elections there. Being a large state, many information is left out, so a thorough investigation is necessary. Although leaders from other parties keep coming to other states as well, but being a relatively small state, it is easier to gather information there. Taking lessons from UP, other states can also take extra care about the leaders coming from other parties by forming such committees.