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Why did BJP change captains in 4 states including Bihar-Rajasthan? How is the special focus on the Lok Sabha elections, understand the real plan of BJP


The BJP on Thursday appointed its new presidents of four states.
BJP has taken special care of caste equations in this.
Samrat Chaudhary was made the president to break the Luv-Kush equation of Nitish Kumar.

New Delhi. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday appointed its new presidents of four states, in which an interesting picture of caste equations emerged. With the aim of breaking the Luv-Kush (Kushwaha-Kurmi) equation created by Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, BJP BJP appointed outspoken Kushwaha leader Samrat Chaudhary as the new president of Bihar, while CP Joshi, a Brahmin, has been made the new president of the BJP in the poll-bound state of Rajasthan. The BJP has entrusted the responsibility of the new president in Odisha to Manmohan Samal and Delhi’s interim president Virendra Sachdeva has been made the full-time president.

Samrat Chowdhary is the Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council. He is the son of famous Kushwaha leader Shakuni Chowdhary. Who was earlier an ally of Nitish Kumar, but later became a bitter critic of him. Samrat has inherited his displeasure with Nitish Kumar. It is expected that after getting this important responsibility, he will increase his aggression against the Chief Minister. His appointment has come in the wake of the split of Upendra Kushwaha, a prominent leader of the Kushwaha caste, from the Nitish camp. Its purpose is to incite and capitalize on the already existing displeasure among the Kushwahas regarding CM Nitish Kumar’s Kurmi caste, in order to gain political mileage despite being less in number.

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On the other hand, CP Joshi’s appointment in Rajasthan comes amid ongoing feud with former Speaker Satish Punia and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. Former CM was unhappy with Punia. However, it will be a matter to be seen whether Vasundhara Raje is projected as the CM candidate or not. While the appointment of Virendra Sachdeva in Delhi is being seen as a strategy of BJP to consolidate its strong base among Punjabis. The last two presidents of Delhi – Manoj Tiwari and Adesh Gupta have their roots in Bihar and UP respectively. Sachdeva has been impressive in his short tenure as the party’s Delhi working president.

Tags: Bihar politics, BJP, caste equation, CM Nitish Kumar

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