Lok Sabha Election: Will this plan of BJP work in 2024? Party engaged on Pan India mission, trailer will be seen in NDA meeting

Lok Sabha Election 2024: Political enthusiasts have intensified before the meeting of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) regarding the Lok Sabha elections. The first glimpse of BJP’s Pan India project will be seen in the NDA meeting to be held on 18th July. Ajit Pawar faction of NCP can participate in this meeting along with Shiv Sena’s Shinde group. Along with this, there are indications of Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas Paswan) chief Chirag Paswan’s return to the NDA once again. Union minister and BJP leader Nityanand Rai met Chirag Paswan in Patna on Sunday (July 9).

On Sunday, there was a meeting of the leaders of LJP (Ram Vilas) in which Chirag Paswan was authorized to take a decision on the alliance. National Vice President of LJP Ram Vilas Arun Kumar said, whatever decision Chirag takes, the party will accept it. He refused to say anything on the speculation of Chirag Paswan being made Union Minister. Chirag Paswan also told ANI that in the upcoming 2024 The party leaders have authorized me to forge an alliance for the Lok Sabha elections and the state elections. 

Praful Patel will attend the meeting from NCP

Praful Patel can attend the meeting of NDA on behalf of Ajit Pawar faction of NCP. A few days before the rebellion, Sharad Pawar made her the working president of the NCP along with Supriya Sule. 

These parties may also enter NDA!

As per a Times of India report, the BJP leadership has decided to bring in Janata Dal(S) in Karnataka, Om Prakash Rajbhar’s Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party in Uttar Pradesh and Mukesh Sahni of Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) in Bihar. have done.

In Bihar influential Dalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi has already joined NDA. After this, positive talks with Mukesh Sahni and now with the return of Chirag, BJP in Bihar seems to be preparing an alliance of upper castes and non-Yadav and non-Kurmi OBC castes. Simultaneously, the party has indicated to go with the JDS, which represents the dominant Vokkaliga community in Karnataka, which shows that the party is moving forward with openness.

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