BJP blows the whistle on Congress differences, Congress fires cannon at farmers

Even after losing the government in Madhya Pradesh, which is trapped in the BJP’s maze, the state Congress is not ready to learn a lesson. Its internal conflict may surface again. BJP is watching. Following the Rajya Sabha elections on June 19, the BJP is preparing to rekindle the controversy.

Its real purpose is to infiltrate the Congress camp and get the votes of the rebel MLAs. Even though the BJP has enough votes to win both the vacant seats in the Rajya Sabha, it is digging a hole in the Congress stronghold to show its weakness. The Congress is retaliating by shooting at the farmers.

On Friday, Chief Minister Shivraj Chauhan reached the residence of Home and Health Minister Narottam Mishra. Made a strategic decision with regard to the Rajya Sabha elections. Narottam has been instrumental in overthrowing the Congress government. Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh and Phool Singh Baraiya are the Congress candidates in the three Rajya Sabha seats for MPs while former Union Ministers Jyotiraditya Scindia and Sumar Singh Solanki are the BJP candidates.

Digvijay’s brother and Chachoda MLA Laxman Singh wrote a letter to the Chief Minister on the issue of labor, and after the announcement of the new election date, the precautionary effects that Digvijay was targeted for are being removed. In this way, Laxman did not spare Scindia, but he is being seen as a condition for the BJP’s political alliance.

Laxman also tweeted on May 20 that the participation of backward classes, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the Congress, a Labor party, would have to be increased. Keep in mind that Phoolsingh Baraiya belongs to the Scheduled Castes and a section of the Congress is campaigning to field him as the first choice candidate. Apparently, his brothers are also throwing thorns for Digvijay.

The MP is unable to coordinate the by-elections to the 24 seats of the Assembly. Former public relations minister PC Sharma had claimed that Prashant Kishor would formulate a Congress strategy in the by-elections, but within a week his point was rejected. Prashant Kishor refused to take command due to differences between the Congress leaders. Now the BJP’s internal strategists are in touch with disgruntled Congress MLAs.

On the other hand, Madhya Pradesh BJP chief spokesperson Deepak Vijayvargiya says that Congress MLAs who are being insulted by Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh are in touch, a large number of Congressmen will join the BJP.

On the other hand, Congress MP spokesperson Durgesh Sharma says the BJP is spreading rumors to cover up its feud. There is outrage about the neglect of seniors in cabinet expansion. Its impact is certain to be seen in the Rajya Sabha elections. The BJP will bear the consequences of its action. The same government fired on the farmers and failed for the people.