In 2024, Kejriwal was a big hurdle in Narendra Modi’s bid for the third time, but…

Nitish, Rahul will become a thorn in Kejriwal’s path!

* Kejriwal is also an expert at turning disaster into opportunity

* Opposition will run behind Nitish, chances are slim

* Will Congress accept any PM candidate other than Rahul?

(Harimohan Vishwakarma)

New Delhi. Fortification of Aam Aadmi Party chief Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will succeed in stopping Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim for a third term in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections or leave the recently BJP in Bihar and go to Rashtriya Janata Dal again? by organizing the opposition parties, Nitish Kumar will be able to present himself as a candidate for the crown of Delhi. Until a few months ago, these two challenges have started to appear in a field that was clearly visible when compared to Narendra Modi for the post of Prime Minister. The challenge was also visible to Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Telangana Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao, but of these, Mamta seems to have taken a back seat for now and Chandrasekhar’s challenge Rao is not recognized except in one or two states of South India. That is why it is considered very weak.

At present, AAP is very agitated after the ED raids on Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s premises over the liquor policy and has attacked the Modi government on the basis of these incursions. In a poll on a major channel, Kejriwal’s choice of 44% people compared to Modi has also boosted Kejriwal’s morale. Indeed, the specialty of the working style of Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is that both are adept at turning disaster into opportunity. By breaking Amarinder Singh of Congress in Punjab, the land BJP thought to be strong, by winning Punjab, Kejriwal erased BJP’s misconceptions and is now engaged in fortifying two major strongholds of BJP, Gujarat and Himachal.

This thing has blown the sleep of the world’s biggest party like BJP. You know that in both the states the Congress is almost on the verge of extinction and it is easy for it to replace the Congress, if not the power in both the states, there is an open opportunity to become the number two party. If Kejriwal achieves success in these two states before the Lok Sabha elections, then it will be a double dose of boost for him. There is no doubt that the people of Delhi made Kejriwal the Prime Minister twice, but he dreams of being the Prime Minister. That is why they are not paying full attention to fulfilling the responsibilities that the people of Delhi have.

If you want to meet Kejriwal, instead of Delhi, you will have to go to Gujarat or Himachal Pradesh because he campaigns more in these states these days. You will be surprised to know that Kejriwal is a Chief Minister who has not kept any department with him. He has entrusted the responsibility of 18 departments to his deputy Manish Sisodia. Kejriwal has done all this so that he can concentrate on building the Aam Aadmi Party at the national level and strengthen the prime minister’s claim by overcoming success in Delhi and Punjab. On the other hand, even without any doubt, the BJP has recently announced that in 2024 too, Narendra Modi will be its prime ministerial candidate.

Congress and other opposition parties are yet to decide who will be against Narendra Modi, but two senior Aam Aadmi Party leaders have made it clear that the 2024 Lok Sabha elections will be Modi vs Kejriwal. Aam Aadmi Party’s first Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh announced that the 2024 elections would be BJP vs Aam Aadmi Party, and on the second day, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia claimed that the Lok Sabha elections Sabha of 2024 would be Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal against Prime Minister Narendra. Mode. As for the fight between Kejriwal and Modi, Kejriwal was dreaming of the post of Prime Minister even in 2014 and that is why he left the post of Chief Minister of Delhi and contested the Lok Sabha elections against the BJP candidate Narendra Modi from Varanasi. parliamentary constituency, whatever the outcome, but Kejriwal managed to consolidate national identity on this pretext.

Meanwhile, amid talks of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as the opposition’s prime ministerial candidate, his Janata Dal United party has said that if other parties want Nitish Kumar he can be an option. JD(U) President Lalan Singh said that Nitish Kumar’s main aim is to unite the opposition parties to take on the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections of 2024. In other words, Nitish now wants to focus -se in Delhi instead of Patna. But the biggest obstacle in his way is his current ally, the Bihar Congress, which does not want to leave any room for any other opposition party on the national stage. There can be no one but Rahul Gandhi as the prime ministerial candidate from the Congress, even if the Congress has to contest the elections alone. This could be a problem for Nitish as the Congress is incomplete without opposition unity. In such a situation, it seems easy for Kejriwal, who follows the principle of Ekla Chalo, to become a formidable challenger to Modi.

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