An editorial within the Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ mentioned after failing to win the West Bengal Assembly polls, the BJP management has shifted focus to Uttar Pradesh.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a gathering to debate ‘Mission Uttar Pradesh’,” the Marathi each day claimed.
“It appears as if all points within the nation are resolved and there is just one work left of declaring elections and contesting them…holding huge rallies and roadshows to win polls,” it mentioned in taunting remarks.
No doubt, elections are essential in parliamentary democracy, however are polls a precedence within the current state of affairs? the editorial requested.
“The BJP is engaged on methods to enhance its picture and win the UP polls after it didn’t accomplish that properly within the panchayat polls there,” it acknowledged.
Earlier, there have been calls for that elections in Assam, West Bengal and different states be postponed or held in a single part. But, the polls in West Bengal have been carried out in eight phases, as a result of of which the coronavirus unfold not simply in WB, however the complete nation, the editorial claimed.
It additional claimed that COVID-19 administration has collapsed utterly in UP and the BJP is more likely to face hassle within the Assembly polls there and the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.
“COVID-19 is a nationwide calamity and it was sure to hit massive states like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Maharashtra. The floating our bodies within the Ganga river in UP introduced tears within the eyes of the world,” it mentioned.
At current, the complete focus must be on the COVID-19 pandemic, mentioned the Sena, which shares energy with the NCP and Congress in Maharashtra.
“Otherwise, the Ganga river will likely be a service of Hindu lifeless our bodies and this is not good for the nation’s picture,” it added.