BJP seeks to reunite past allies, solidify new connections

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Political Maneuvers: BJP Likely to Reunite With Former Allies Ahead of 2024 Election

News comes from sources at Reader Wall, that in the aftermath of recent shifts in political alliances in India, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) may be planning a strategic move. Our sources indicate that the BJP may work towards reestablishing relations with former ally, Nitish Kumar. This move comes after the recent inclusion of former Karnataka Chief Minister, Jagadish Shettar, into their fold. Shettar had previously defected to the Congress after being denied a ticket in preceding state assembly polls.

BJP Makes Space for Former Allies

Internal party dynamics suggest that BJP’s strategy in this political chess game is far from over. Several BJP functionaries reveal potential plans to invite more leaders into their ranks, primarily from the Congress party. All these strategies aim towards fortifying their position for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha polls.

Bittersweet Breakups and Possible Reunions

The BJP-JD(U) alliance had ended on a sour note in 2022, with disagreements over policy matters casting a long shadow over their partnership. The BJP, however, with its ambitious target of surpassing their record-breaking tally in the Lok Sabha polls of 2019, is reportedly open to mending fences with parties like Kumar’s JD(U).

And this wouldn’t be the first time the two have reunited either. Back in 2013, the JD(U) had dissolved their partnership with the NDA, objecting to Narendra Modi’s candidacy as Prime Minister. However, they regrouped again in 2017.

A Much Needed Coalition

The presumed re-entry of JD(U) into the NDA could prove beneficial for BJP, demonstrating the instability within the opposition coalition. Such a move could also reaffirm the strength of Narendra Modi’s leadership, according to a senior party leader.

More Potential Alliances

Adding to BJP’s coalition-building efforts, there’s speculation running rampant about the Telugu Desam Party(TDP) possibly rejoining the NDA ranks. Despite neither side issuing an official statement yet.

Simultaneously, BJP appears to be looking to leverage the influence of its former allies to enhance its foothold in states like Maharashtra, Punjab, and Karnataka. Thus, the party’s reconnection with the JD(U) is seen as a strategic effort that could potentially garner favor in the 2024 polls and state elections following that.

Whilst the party continues to strategize and form alliances, one thing remains clear: their sights are firmly set on the 2024 Lok Sabha election. All these developments show that the political landscape of India continues to shift and change at every moment, and one can only wait and watch how these maneuvers will shape the future.


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