Jharkhand Assembly Election: JDU attacks BJP high command over defeat, says these mistakes are responsible
Jharkhand Assembly Election: JDU attacks BJP high command over defeat, says these mistakes are responsible

JDU's attack on BJP's defeat in the Jharkhand assembly elections held in the past. Two days ago, after giving the BJP the advice to learn coalition religion, the party said on Thursday that successive defeats in the assembly elections and exit of allies are raising questions about the existence of the NDA.

After this defeat, the party questioned the attitude of BJP Alakaman and blamed BJP's defeat in Jharkhand for the decision to make non-tribal CM in tribal dominated state and implement anti-tribal policies. The party said that in the NDA of many parties, the demand for communicationlessness and coordination is being ignored.

In his statement, party general secretary KC Tyagi said that after the results of the elections in Maharashtra and Jharkhand, the existence of the NDA is being questioned by the way allies have separated. After the Maharashtra assembly elections, the BJP lost its oldest ally Shiv Sena. During the Jharkhand elections, Ajsu left the NDA. LJP was not even asked in this state.

For your information, let us tell you that the Akali Dal and JDU are constantly raising the question of correcting the situation in the NDA. There is a constant demand to establish coordination and reduce communication gap. But after years this was not noticed. Due to this, questions are also being raised on how the BJP high command works. Tyagi himself blamed the BJP for the defeat in Jharkhand. He said that in the tribal state to make non-tribal CM, the state government should formulate policies against the tribals and implement them. After this, non-alliance with AJSU was the main reason for BJP's defeat.

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