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Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

Dilemma in the South, budget pressure on Modi government, what is the message to allies, this is special in Politalk today

New Delhi: After the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the political equations have changed. Political parties are busy in strategic preparations in their own way. Talking about Bihar’s main opposition party RJD, the question before them is who will go to Rajya Sabha from the vacant seat of Misa Bharti. There is a period of brainstorming going on regarding this. On the other hand, the ruling BJP at the Center seems to be stuck in a dilemma regarding the South. There is budget pressure on the Modi government at the Center. This is because ally TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu is demanding a special package for Andhra. Know what else is special in Politalk.

Who will go to Rajya Sabha?

The side effect of the better than expected performance of the opposition camp in the Lok Sabha elections will now be seen in the Rajya Sabha. They may have to suffer the loss of some seats after the victory in the Lok Sabha. The most important among these is the seat vacated by RJD leader Misa Bharti after winning from Bihar’s Pataliputra Lok Sabha seat. Misa Bharti had won the Rajya Sabha elections when RJD and JDU had an alliance. Then she was easily elected. But now RJD is not in alliance and JDU is with BJP. In such a situation, it is not possible for RJD to win this seat now. Now JDU is claiming this seat. BJP can vote for the JDU candidate. If JDU gets this seat, then the next question will be who will go to the Rajya Sabha from their party? According to JDU sources, before that the party may get a new national president. This will change the equation within the party. This can also affect the name of the possible candidature for this seat. The seat vacated by Misa still has more than four years of term left.

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Dilemma in the South

Annamalai Kuppusamy had become an important factor for BJP which was engaged in expanding Mission South. The party had high hopes from him/her in Tamil Nadu. But despite getting votes in the general elections, the party did not get any seat. Now BJP is preparing for the assembly elections there. According to the feedback coming from there, there is a lot of anti-incumbency against the Stalin-led DMK government there. BJP wants to capitalize on this. But a large section within the party is in favor of forming an alliance with AIADMK for this election to be held in the next two years. Some leaders in the state believe that if BJP comes to power there even through alliance, it will get great benefits in the coming years. But the biggest obstacle in this alliance is the party’s state president Annamalai. he/she is against this alliance. AIADMK is also not in favor of talking to him/her for an alliance. Annamalai has the full support of the central leadership. In such a situation, the party is facing a big dilemma. One question is also that if AIADMK performs better in the assembly elections, then the road ahead will become more difficult for the party.

Budget pressures

This time it is a big challenge for the new government to please everyone in the budget. In Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu is pressing for a big package for his/her state. he/she has kept his/her focus on this demand in return for support. Actually, the financial condition of the state is so bad that it needs immediate help. But the central government is in a dilemma that if a separate big package is given to a state, then the pressure of other states will also increase. Bihar is already demanding this. Odisha has also been making such a demand where the BJP government has just been formed. Such a demand can also come from West Bengal. In such a situation, it can be very difficult for Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to balance this demand while preparing the budget.

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Message to colleagues

The NDA government led by Narendra Modi recently took oath for the third term. The surprising thing was that 71 ministers took oath on the very first day. Such a large cabinet on the very first day was against Narendra Modi’s style. But a message was given to all other parties including these two parties on the very first day that whatever share they have got in the cabinet, they should consider it as the last. They will have to be satisfied with this much for the next five years. There is no scope of getting anything more than this. It is believed that after 71 ministers are appointed, there will be no expansion in it. Even if there is some change, it will be limited to changing responsibilities. It is clear that BJP made it clear on this front on the very first day. A senior leader of the party said that if a small cabinet had taken oath on the first day, then the allies would have expected more share till its expansion and could have also put pressure for it. Keep in mind, before the formation of the cabinet, JDU and TDP were also talking about sharing four ministerial posts each.

keep your chatter under control

In the general elections, Mahavikas Aghadi leaders got a better victory than NDA in Maharashtra. Congress’ performance was the best in this, but its side effects were also seen. Congress leaders themselves started questioning the participation of their ally leaders. Assembly elections are to be held in the state at the end of this year. During this time, news of Union Minister and BJP leader Piyush Goyal’s meeting with Uddhav Thackeray also came. This alerted the central leadership of Congress. The party immediately instructed its loudmouth leaders to keep their mouth shut. It was said that only Rahul Gandhi or Mallikarjun Kharge will talk about Uddhav Thackeray and Sharad Pawar. Along with this, the message was given to the party leaders that the assembly elections also have to be fought unitedly. It was also told that here too some compromises may have to be made like the Lok Sabha elections. However, it has not been decided yet whether Mahavikas Aghadi will declare Uddhav Thackeray as the CM candidate in the elections or not.

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