Mamta in political circle: BJP puts a dent in the fort, changes in Bengal
Yogesh Mishra Politics is a word Which used to awaken reverence in the mind, Now this means big business, party offices have become market, True, politics has become a dirty game. Poet, writer, artist often does not walk on the path he does not like. He does not even choose the path against which he runs the pen. But the poetess who composed these poems proved it wrong. Wanted the same path, written against. We are talking about West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Few people would know that she also creates poems. She has composed seven songs for her album ‘Raudraar Chhaya’ based on Durga Puja. He had to sell milk even during his Muflissi days. Didi’s entire career full of challenges and struggles Didi’s entire career in Bengal is full of challenges and struggles. Each time he has shown the challenges by turning them into opportunities. That is why the fort of 34 years of Leftism not only collapsed in West Bengal. Rather formed his government. In 1984, she became the youngest MP in the country by defeating senior CPI (M) leader Somnath Chatterjee. However, in 1989, Malini Bhattacharya defeated him. He is the first woman railway minister and the first woman chief minister of West Bengal. Till now it has been winning and winning over the Congress and the Left. For the first time, he is on the BJP’s target. 4 4 Dent in Mamta’s Fort The country’s home minister and BJP’s skilled and successful strategist Amit Shah has set a target of winning 200 seats in his recent visit. This is going to increase Mamta’s troubles. For this, Amit Shah is using the same tactics that Mamta Banerjee has been doing. There has been a dent in Mamta’s fort. Amit Shah has already taken the lotus to Mamata, the number two leader of Mamta. This time, Shubhendu has brought the officer in his court. At the center of West Bengal politics is the recent Kanthi town. During the British period it was known as Contai. In Kanthi, Shubhendu is the officer’s house. Shubhendu Nandi was the face of the farmers of the village. This movement opened the way for Mamata to form the government in 2011. He is the second most popular leader of TMC. See also: Political parties of other states do not survive in UP elections, know what is the reason Mamta is raising the question of Hindi speaking and Dalits Mamta’s complaint can be read clearly due to BJP’s challenges. His uneasiness is reflected in his recent decisions. Mamta has been raising the issue of Bengali identity and culture. She is raising the question of Hindi-speaking and Dalits. To avoid appeasement, eight thousand priests had to declare a monthly allowance of one thousand rupees to the house. Imams are being given 2500 rupees through waqf. 37 thousand Durga Puja committees were announced to give a grant of 50-50 thousand rupees. 59 percent discount was given in the electricity bill of Puja committees. The tax paid to the committees was abolished. With the formation of the Dalit Academy, he also got his eye on the Hindi-speaking voters. This work has been handed over to its leader Dinesh Trivedi. He gave a lump sum of two thousand to 81 thousand Pheriwals. 4 PK’s company is promoting Mamata Prashant Kishore (PK) company “I Pack” is promoting Mamta. Speak Didi, in which any person can speak directly to Mamta, the program also became popular. Prashant Kishore even said in a tweet on Monday that the BJP is struggling for double figures. If it doesn’t, I’ll leave Twitter. See also: Aligarh Muslim University has many features, understand here in points PK does not know about BJP’s strength PK has no idea of the strength and resources of the BJP. That is why in this statement of Prashant Kishore, the confidence of his work and the confidence of success seems to exceed the limits of pride. Because the BJP got 18 seats in the last Lok Sabha elections. While Amit Shah had a target of 22 seats. There are 42 Lok Sabha seats here. Whereas BJP won only two seats in the 2014 elections. Not only this, the results of Lok Sabha elections show that BJP was leading in 128 seats. Whereas the previous Mamata’s TMC had an edge over only 158 seats. In 2016, Mamta won 211 seats. Not only this, the BJP had only 17 percent votes in 2014, which increased to 40 percent in 2019. This is just three percent less than the votes Mamata Banerjee received. Indication of mobilization of Hindu votes This is a sign of mobilization of Hindu votes in favor of the party. A survey by Lokniti and the Center for the Study of Developing Societies after the Lok Sabha elections last year showed that 57 percent of the BJP’s vote came from Hindus. Only 4 percent of the Muslims were voting. 70 percent of Muslims and 32 percent of Hindus voted for TMC. Of the 10 crore population of Bengal, about 7 crore are Hindus. There are about 5.5 crore Bengali among them. It is divided on the basis of class, caste and region. But this factor has changed in the last decade. Political parties have given it a lot of air. For instance, in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the other backward classes, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes of Purulia, West Midnapore, Jhargram, Bankura and Birbhum supported the BJP, winning five out of eight seats in these districts. 4 See also: Amitabh’s mother – well-known singer and theater artist, Big B became emotional by remembering 27 percent of Muslim population Muslims make up about 27 percent of the state’s population. In Murshidabad, Malda and North Dinajpur districts, more than 50 percent are Muslims. Apart from this, Birbhum has 37.06 per cent, South Twenty Four Parganas 35.57, Nadia 26.76 and North Twenty Four Parganas have 25.82 per cent Muslim population. Howrah, Hooghly and Bardhaman also have significant number of Muslims. Out of 294 seats in the state, 90–100 seats are decided by Muslim votes. These seats have been playing an important role in the formation of a government in Bengal in the last five assembly elections. The Muslim voters of Bengal have never been a vote bank of any party in the old times. Congress, Communist and Trinamool all got Muslim votes. Local leaders used to get Muslim votes on the strength of their dominance. This is the reason that forward blocks, RJD, RSP, CPI and other regional parties used to win Muslim-controlled seats. 4 Muslim voters should have their side After 2006, this situation started changing and Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool slowly started to support Muslim voters. But Prashant Kishore, who has commanded the same core voters and his publicity, has now become a necklace for Mamta. One is that Mamta Banerjee’s policy of Muslim appeasement has sent Hindu voters to the BJP. Secondly, by announcing that Asaduddin Owaisi’s AIMIM will contest the Bengal elections, it has been decided that there will be a considerable split in the Muslim vote. The Trinamool has to bear the brunt of both these aspects. Mamta Banerjee has done a lot of brain washing among Muslims about NRC and CAA. Kejriwal, Farooq Abdullah and Akhilesh Yadav etc. have also got support in this. There is a fear among the Muslims of Bengal that after Assam, the number of NRC is going to be in Bengal. The reason for this fear is the infiltration of large scale illegal Bangladeshi into Bengal, which are now Trinamool’s big vote bank. See also: Jewar Airport has faced many governments, after all, work has now intensified 4 BJP’s focus is Hindutva The BJP’s focus is on Hindutva, nationalism and national issues. Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool is making Bengal’s identity and regionalism an issue. BJP does not have any Chief Minister face. The party does not have cadre like UP, Bihar etc. TMC, CBI, CPIM, and many big leaders of Congress will be seen joining BJP. New BJP can be seen in West Bengal Will BJP workers accept these leaders or not? New BJP can be seen in West Bengal, not old. How can eleven be this one and one together? BJP has to execute this game. This is the home state of his party’s emblem, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. Narendra Modi and Amit Shah BJP have to carry out this work. He has already shown his dream of Jammu and Kashmir by weakening Article 370.