- The official indicated that the BJP is looking at the states of Rajasthan and Jharkhand.
- Let’s see what happens in West Bengal, nothing will go in vain: Officials
- BJP ready to go to any lengths to seize power: TMC
Suvendu Adhikari: After Eknath Shinde took over as chief minister of Maharashtra with the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), senior BJP leader in West Bengal Shubhendu Adhikari on Monday indicated that the party looks at states ruled by opposition parties such as Rajasthan and Jharkhand. The official also expressed confidence that his party would form the next government in West Bengal and win over 200 seats in the 294-member assembly. Speaking at a meeting at Katwa in the eastern Vardhman district, the BJP leader said: “You all saw what happened in Maharashtra. It is not final. The same will happen in Jharkhand. We will change government soon. Rajasthan will too have the same condition, next year, when there are elections to the Assembly, we will win.
“Let’s see what happens in West Bengal, nothing will be wasted”
The leader of the opposition in the West Bengal assembly said: “Let’s see what happens in West Bengal. Nothing will be wasted. We all know that atrocities are happening to BJP workers in the state. Believe in yourself. We will form the next government in the state with more than 200 seats. ” The official had recently said that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) -leaded government in West Bengal will suffer the same fate as Maharashtra, and its term will end much earlier.
The officer’s remarks were sharply criticized by TMC, which accused the BJP of inciting an uprising in Shiv Sena. TMC State Secretary-General Kunal Ghosh slammed the official, saying the BJP had not recovered from the shock of last year’s general election defeat and that it appears to be ready to go to any degree to seize power.
After the fourth split in Shiv Sena, now Shinde Raj in Maharashtra
Shinde took the oath as head of state on June 30, ending the political unrest that has been going on for more than a week in Maharashtra. However, everyone expected Devendra Fadnavis to be made CM for Maharashtra, and Eknath Shinde would take over as Deputy Minister. But Shinde was sworn in as CM. People were a little surprised. Many questions were raised because Fadnavis did not join the government, which was taken over by the central leadership of the party, and at the instigation of the leadership, Fadnavis also took the oath as Deputy Prime Minister of Maharashtra. Well, whatever the case, Shinde rebelled against Shiv Sena and reached the throne of Maharashtra.