Gujarat Elections: At The Time Of Gujarat Elections, Delhi Municipal Corporation Elections, To Damage Aam Aadmi Party: Gujarat elections are attracting the nation’s attention. The polling of Gujarat elections will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5. While the BJP, which has been in power for the last 25 years, is determined to come to power once again, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s power in his home state.
Gujarat elections are attracting the nation’s attention. The polling of Gujarat elections will be held in two phases on December 1 and 5. While the BJP, which has been in power for the last 25 years, is determined to come to power once again, the Aam Aadmi Party is eager to show its power in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state. Congress party is working hard for its former glory. There is no possibility of a three-way fight this time in Gujarat, which has always seen a two-sided fight. Delhi Municipal Corporation elections will be held at the same time as Gujarat elections. The election frenzy started in Delhi city last Friday with the announcement of the State Election Commission. Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal focused on the Gujarat elections. The Aam Aadmi Party, which formed a powerful government in the Delhi Assembly elections, has been losing in the Parliament and Delhi Municipal elections for the past few years. As the recent Delhi Municipal Corporation elections and Gujarat Legislative Assembly elections are going to be held at the same time, this time it can be said that Kejriwal’s attempt to get a foothold in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi will be a hindrance. Arvind Kejriwal lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that the state election officials are acting on the orders of the central government and making a mockery of democracy when the Delhi State Election Commission officials are ready to announce the election schedule in March this year. BJP is accused of fear of defeat.
Delhi Municipal Corporation elections will be held in December. The schedule has been released for this. Delhi Municipal Elections during the Gujarat Assembly Elections could be a problem for the Aam Aadmi Party. Gujarat assembly elections will be held on December 1 and 5. The people of Delhi will go to the polls for the municipal elections on December 4. The Aam Aadmi Party is unlikely to approach the court seeking postponement of these elections till the Gujarat elections are over. The process of nominations has already started. The deadline for filing nominations will be on the 12th.
It should be said that this is a political challenge for Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. The first question for him is whether to focus on his own land or spend more time on the Gujarat election campaign. There is no such thing as a strong foundation for the Aam Aadmi Party. Arvind Kejriwal is the only significant charismatic leader in the party. He is the only one who can be recognized by people in the country. Although there are Aam Aadmi Party governments in Delhi and Punjab, it must be said that Kejriwal does not have the same recognition as the rest of the party. Even in Gujarat, there is no leader in the party who can attract people more than Arvind Kejriwal. With this, it is likely to benefit the BJP if we focus on the two elections of Gujarat and Delhi.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking steps with the aim of asserting his power even though he knows that there is little chance of ousting the BJP from power in his home state. Arvind Kejriwal is making suitable strategies for it. The Aam Aadmi Party has reduced its focus on the Himachal Pradesh elections, which will go to polls on November 12, to focus on Gujarat. It means that Arvind Kejriwal has taken the Gujarat elections very seriously. No matter how many seats it wins in Gujarat, the key issue before the Aam Aadmi Party is to secure at least 6 percent votes in that state. It appears that the Aam Aadmi Party’s move is to make an impact in the 2024 general elections by showing its power in the Gujarat assembly elections. Thus Arvind Kejriwal’s idea is to get the status of a national party.