Maharashtra, Goa, Uttarakhand & now India’s heartland Uttar Pradesh!
Now BJP is not only limited to a political party, it’s already converted into a wave. A Huge wave which is nearly impossible to stop if no grand alliance will be formed by opposition parties. As 60% India is now almost became Congress Mukt, BJP has set it’s eye on party’s next target ‘ODISHA‘. And it’s not a media assumption as it has been clearly stated by BJP president Amit Shah during the India Today Conclave couple of days back.
Amit Shah added that their next target will be Odisha, Karnataka & West Bengal and party is completely ready for that.
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan’s performance and increasing popularity in Odisha is becoming a major problem for CM Naveen Patnaik & what happened in Sambalpur is just an example for that. Decreasing popularity of Biju Janata Dal in western Odisha and the silent support of Odisha people to BJP may become a clear threat to the Biju Janata Dal. Recently Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has said that a huge amount of Rs 36,480 crore is being pumped in to expand the rail network in Odisha and it’s the highest ever so far. Not only that railway is also making sure to expanding the railway network, the goal is to improve the railway stations and improve train services and facilities for the passengers as stated by IndiaTimes.
Whether it’s Ujjala Yojana or Railway’s huge budget for Odisha, the central govt. doing it’s best to reach out to the Odisha people to send out a clear message that there’s only one party who can change the current situation and that is Bharatiya Janata Party. However it will not be that easy as it seems as Biju Janata Dal is also launching various projects and initiatives to woo the Janata of Odisha. Recently Rourkela BJP MLA and senior party leader Dilip Ray denied all the rumors and has made it clear that he doesn’t have any plans to swap the party, which means BJP is only going to get more stronger in the state.
As each party has its hands full with issues now it’s time to see which party will win in next assembly or Lok Sabha elections!