‘If you talk about Hindutva, you will answer with caste’, Grand Alliance for BJP in Bihar pulled out ‘political weapon’

‘If you talk about Hindutva, you will answer with caste’, Grand Alliance for BJP in Bihar pulled out ‘political weapon’
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Patna: Rahul Gandhi has lost his membership of Parliament after being convicted by a Surat court in a criminal defamation case. But the case of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has given new hope to the opposition parties in Bihar to corner the BJP. The fear of central investigative agencies is believed to be the reason for this unprecedented unity among the opposition parties on the Rahul Gandhi issue. The family of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav is constantly on the radar of central agencies. When asked about Rahul Gandhi’s punishment and disqualification, Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav said, “We are looking into everything and will give a befitting reply to the BJP when the time comes.” Tejashwi has given a clear message with his remarks that he is ready to fight against the BJP. Apart from this, the Grand Alliance has also decided how to respond to the BJP.

Caste in response to Hindutva!

Rahul’s ‘disqualification’ united the opposition

A Congress leader had said that the BJP keeps the opposition busy with court cases and uses the Hindutva card to win elections. But now Rahul Gandhi has given a clear message that he is not afraid of opposition court cases and investigative agencies. Competition will be done through caste combination. Bihar is important for the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections as it is the only state where the BJP is not in power. Besides, the caste equation is also not ideal for the BJP in the state.

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The ‘political weapon’ of caste in response to Hindutva

When it comes to the caste equation here, Muslims have over 18 per cent vote share, followed by Yadavs (16 per cent), Kushwahas (12 per cent) and upper castes including Bhumihars, Brahmins, Rajputs and Kayasthas with around 15 per cent There are votes. These are approximate figures and the exact numbers will come out after the completion of the caste-based census in the state, which is currently underway and the state government has announced that it will be completed in 11 months. State political parties firmly believe that caste equation is the only weapon to counter the Hindutva politics of the BJP.
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All eyes are on these voters

Muslims and Yadavs are the core voters of RJD and Luv (4% voters in Kurmi)-Kush (about 12% voters in Kushwaha) are core voters of JD-U. On the other hand, upper caste voters in the state are inclined towards BJP. Now, as BJP leaders know that they cannot easily enter RJD’s MY (Muslim-Yadav) equation, they go for weakening JD-U vote bank. The voters of the Kushwaha community are on the target of the saffron party in the state.
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Upendra Kushwaha increased the difficulty of Nitish Kumar

The way Upendra Kushwaha has left JD-U and now openly supporting BJP to form a new party – Rashtriya Lok Janata Dal (RLJD) is an indication that BJP is trying to take away Nitish Kumar’s Kushwaha vote bank. Will harm Upendra Kushwaha has openly declared that there is no leader who can challenge Narendra Modi in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. To strengthen its grip on the Kushwaha community, the saffron party has made Samrat Chaudhary of the Kushwaha community as the state president of the party. The message has to be given to the voters of the Kushwaha community that Nitish Kumar is not their leader.
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JDU’s jumbo team to counter BJP

To counter BJP’s strategy, JDU prepared jumbo jet teams keeping caste equations in mind. The national team comprising 32 leaders is led by the party’s national president Lalan Singh, while the state team comprising 252 leaders is led by the party’s state president Umesh Kushwaha. JDU has given the responsibility of leading two Kushwaha leaders from Rohtas and Muzaffarpur districts to retain the Kushwaha vote bank. The idea is to make up for the loss of Kushwaha votes after Upendra Kushwaha left the party. Besides this, it has appointed Mangni Lal Mandal as the national vice-president of the party in place of Upendra Kushwaha. JDU has given place to five leaders of Muslim community in the national team. Apart from them, four upper caste leaders, eight leaders of Luv-Kush community, two leaders of Yadav community, six leaders of EBC and two Mahadalit leaders have also been given a place in the national team.
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Congress will make Rahul’s disqualification an issue

Bihar has 40 Lok Sabha seats and will play a crucial role in deciding the fate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In 2019, the BJP-led NDA backed by the JD-U in Bihar won 39 of the 40 Lok Sabha seats. However, now the situation has changed. In 2024, the BJP is in the opposition and has to contest against an alliance of seven parties led by Nitish Kumar. He has to face the might of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Jitan Ram Manjhi and the leaders of the Left parties. After the Bharat Jodo Yatra and the issue of Rahul Gandhi’s disqualification, the Congress in Bihar has got a new lease of life. This is the reason why BJP’s Chanakya and Union Home Minister Amit Shah are continuously visiting Bihar to strengthen their party’s position. Reacting to Shah’s visit, senior RJD leader and MLA Bhai Virendra said, Amit Shah’s visit will not have much impact in Bihar. People know that BJP means big liar party. It came to power with many promises and none of them were fulfilled. The issues of unemployment, inflation, farmers still haunt the state and the country. The grand alliance will win all the 40 seats in the state.

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