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Thursday, December 18, 2014
Modi's litmus test to popularize BJP in power in West Bengal
somehow managed to popularize his own style of ‘’ism’’ in the politics of power
and cornered the opposition to grab the power in some states, say Maharashtra.
His party may come to power in Jharkhand and J &K taking the help of other
regional parties. But what he will do to take his party to create mass phobia
in West Bengal. What formula he has adopted in Gujarat, he cannot implement the
same in West Bengal. People in Bengal are very emotional, sensitive, politically
aroused more than needed and so the litmus test will be a tough one. Moreover,
the government machineries in West Bengal are almost bête noir to BJP. In
general, Modi accepts Mamata Banerjee’s feeling for Bengal and her zeal to do
many things for Bengal, but ever since he has become Prime Minister, both the
parties have not taken any initiative to establish cohesiveness between them.
One thing is very sure that without this personal rapport, between the top
leaders, nothing much can be thought of at least in Indian power politics.
Top of it, now,
they are in habit to accuse each other for every issue. The Bengal transport
minister’s arrest has provoked CM to utter that BJP only has instigated this
arrest. How far it is correct, people will profess in the future election, but
as of now, Mamata has a strong hold in Bengal. The reason that there is no
opposition and more so their leaders are not effective to create mass appeal,
which only converts the people’s decision to make voting in your favor. Marxism
is trampled like torn foliage and whether they will be able to nurse wound and
come back, it is any body’s wild goose chase. BJP is also passing through the
same phase as they do not have any effective leader who can convert the TMC’s
strong cadre in their favor. Only the PM’s own image and rhetorical skill will
not suffice the purpose of grabbing power in the West Bengal.
population is almost getting exhausted and disenchanted with the ruling pattern
of TMC government. The same may not be the case with the rural population, but
these fractions needed to be wooed in the favor of BJP.
In the year
1987 assembly election, the then PM Rajiv Gandhi visited Bengal for election
campaigns and advised Jyoti Basu, the chief minister during that time, to take
retirement from the politics and thereafter the whole world knows that Jyoti
Basu ruled West Bengal for a considerable period. Modi will not utter these
types of words and he will definitelyconduct a future election campaign in West Bengal to increase the popularity of
BJP here, but the effective leadership locally, is the need of the hour. Of
course, the BJP is the choice of the people as a replacement of the left and
now it is to be seen how they face TMC in the ensuing election of Kolkata
Corporation. The results of this election will be a very distinctive assessment
of BJP’S roles, whether they will be able to grab the power snatching the same
the 1991, when BJP could manage to win a double digit figure in the assembly
election, this particular party has not made any dent in this land of intelligent
people, as the proverb says. Bengal like
any other states have been circumvallated by the Congress rule with a close
control from the centre and thereafter the ruling has got transferred to the
left and the right hands of thoseleaders were not knowing what their left hands were doing. In this
condition, they ruled the state to make its position almost like a bankrupt
company. In the regime of TMC, the situation has not bought in any effective
and noticeable changes except some formation of roads here and some gardens
there. The economical condition as pathetic as it was in the days of the
government led by the left.
refrained to comment odds of the local government in his first election rally
at Brigade Parade ground on the eve of last parliamentary election, but his
magical power definitely had turned a swing of votes in favor of BJP.
As per TMC’s
accusation, BJP has started a vendetta against this party’s minister and MP
exposing various scams, governance, Burdwn blast, vote banking systemand many other things. BJP knows that Mamata will definitely outburst as
everybody is aware about her temperament, but BJP will not be in a position to
sustain this action plan because Bengal is somewhat indebted to Mamata and to
replace her; BJP needs to perform a strategically hard work and that too in the
grass root level. Modi’s phobia alone cannot see BJP in power in the next
assembly election and chances of making alignment here is next to impossible as
almost all the parties prevailing here, are of divergent thinking. Modi has to
really work a persuasive, effective and strategic road map to garner this state
in his control.