BJP's travel journey in 200 assembly constituencies of Bihar, which are the 43 seats that the party forgot?
A national conference of all the seven fronts of the Bharatiya Janata Party is being held. About 700 members of the National Executive, who came from outside Bihar, have started touring 200 assembly constituencies of Bihar for two days. BJP has named this mission Pravas Yatra. Question: When there are 243 seats in Bihar, why has BJP forgotten the remaining 43 seats? What is the mission of the migration journey that the BJP is talking about?
In fact, for the first time in Bihar, the meeting of the National Executive of the Bharatiya Janata Party is being held. On July 30 and 31, there will be an executive meeting in which BJP National President JP Nadda and Home Minister Amit Shah will be present. Along with this, national leaders of all fronts across the country will be present, but from 2 days before the meeting of the executive, the program of migration of the national executive has started in 200 assembly constituencies of Bihar. All the members will roam around 200 assembly constituencies and meet people.
Which 43 seats were left by BJP?
The most important thing is that no list has been released about the 200 seats that BJP is talking about. After all, which are the 43 seats that BJP has given up? Bihar BJP in charge of Harish Dwivedi told that before the meeting of the executive, the executive members of all the cells who came from outside in 200 assembly constituencies will meet the public and know their problems. It is being said that the party has kept those assembly constituencies away from the migration program where the party's base is very weak.
Here, RJD spokesperson Shakti Singh Yadav said that any party has the freedom to strengthen its organization but BJP is walking on crutches. It is difficult for BJP to get 10 seats alone. Shakti Yadav questioned that after all 43 seats have been left for whom? Will BJP give 43 seats to JDU? If BJP shows itself by contesting elections alone, it will know its status.
What is BJP saying?
Let us tell you that in the 2020 assembly elections, BJP contested 110 seats in Bihar, in which 74 seats came. BJP was defeated in 36 seats, in which it came second in 29 seats while the party was at number three in 7 seats. In 2020, E. Satyendra Singh, who came second after contesting from BJP from Fatuha assembly, said that we have got the order that the executive member who came from outside in the assembly constituency has to be mixed with people from all sections. We will meet the oppressed and downtrodden people along with the member. Will tell about the schemes of the government.
Here, JDU spokesperson Abhishek Jha said that every party has its own agenda. On what agenda BJP is working, only that can tell. We also prepare for all 243 seats and are doing it. It is a different matter that there is an alliance and when there is a distribution of seats at the time of elections, then all the alliance partners help each other to win the election.