Finally, the much-anticipated BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) of Uttar Pradesh has revealed the name of its new state president. The new state president is Bhupendra Singh Chaudhary, a cabinet minister in the Uttar Pradesh government and a prominent Jat in the west. The electoral equations in Rajasthan and Haryana have been well maintained since Chaudhary was elected state president, in addition to Uttar Pradesh.
The Bharatiya Janata Party is now fighting the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from the politics of the Backward and Jats, and it is clear from the new nomination in the political corridors that in the coming days, the electoral equations of many states will also elect the new state president of Uttar Pradesh. Developing a habit for the procedure.
Bhupendra Chaudhary is regarded as a significant grassroots leader
There have been rumours about various names for the president of the Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party state in the political corridors for the past few days. However, the name chosen by the party is that of the cabinet minister for the state of Uttar Pradesh, Bhupendra Singh Chaudhary. In addition to being a veteran employee of the Union, Chaudhary is regarded as a significant leader at the grass-roots level.
In addition to the western region of Uttar Pradesh becoming a politically powerful stronghold for the BJP with the big Jat leader of the West, political analysts believe that by electing all the backward caste state presidents of all the regions of Uttar Pradesh, all the political equations will be resolved. A big Jat leader from the West being appointed state president by the Bharatiya Janata Party is seen as a significant political move for many states at once, according to GD Singh, an analyst of politics from Uttar Pradesh.
Technique to lessen the effects of the Jat population’s large-scale movement
According to veteran journalist Premshankar, one of the major implications of Bhupendra Singh being elected state president is that the impact of the significant Jats movement should be greatly reduced. According to Prem, if you examine past Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha election campaigns, you will notice that all of the rallies, tours, and election campaigns originated in western Uttar Pradesh. Because western Uttar Pradesh was the origin of the Jat movement for a while.
In such a circumstance, the Bharatiya Janata Party is considering whether to appoint a Jat leader, particularly a grassroots Jat leader. The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) has targeted the politics of Rajasthan and Haryana with this wager, according to senior political analyst SN Tomar, in addition to western Uttar Pradesh. He criticises the way the BJP chose a powerful, large Jat leader as its vice president candidate. On the basis of that, it was assumed that the BJP would get ready to attack Jatland in the electoral states in the coming days. The new state president’s message has become more distinct.
Not only UP, Haryana and Rajasthan will also be affected
The Purvanchal and Central regions have been viewed as a significant political intervention in Uttar Pradesh politics. Political analysts disagree on the implications of electing a new Jat leader from the West to the position of state president in this circumstance.
Madhya Pradesh and Purvanchal are regarded as politically very important regions in Uttar Pradesh, according to a senior member of the Bharatiya Janata Party. However, the BJP government currently has a good and strong representation of these areas..
Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, is a Purvanchal native. While prominent backwards leader and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya also originates from Purvanchal. In addition to this, the Uttar Pradesh government is also represented by Brajesh Pathak, the MLA of Lucknow, the state’s capital and a city with a large Brahmin population. Pathak is also the deputy chief minister.
Western Uttar Pradesh’s new political generation for the BJP
According to political analyst GD Shukla, caste dynamics are a significant factor in election outcomes in Uttar Pradesh politics. In this context, discussions are taking place about how to make a Jat leader in western Uttar Pradesh in order to resolve other caste equations in Uttar Pradesh.
According to Shukla, you will notice that the Bharatiya Janata Party has maintained a strong fabric in Uttar Pradesh in terms of caste equations when you prepare the list of ministers in the government of Uttar Pradesh to those who are holding very responsible positions in the company. He claims that the Bharatiya Janata Party has been actively promoting its fresh crop of politicians in western Uttar Pradesh for a considerable amount of time.
The BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) has trained its leaders at the local level, particularly in areas that were formerly occupied by the BSP, SP, and Congress. Because there had previously been a significant Jat movement from western Uttar Pradesh, the BJP made a big effort to significantly influence the political climate in its favour by electing a prominent Jat leader from that region to the position of state president.
According to senior journalist and political analyst Brijesh Shukla, Jats are a part of the backward caste. In this case, the BJP has used the new state president to connect not only the western Uttar Pradesh Jatland but also the sizable backward community of the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. According to Premshankar, the new state president and organisation ministers for the BJP are both from western Uttar Pradesh. In such a scenario, this political pair will also work to significantly assist the organisation during the elections that will be held in the upcoming days.