Ever since it has won the Delhi assembly for a second time, the Aam Admi Party is unusually silent. It has stopped criticizing either Narendra Modi or the BJP. Also, the AAP is not being seen in the company of the Congress these days. On the issue of Corona too, the AAP worked closely with the BjP and in fact, Amit Shah personally managed covid control in Delhi. So, what's cooking between the BJP and the AAP?
If highly placed sources are to be believed, the AAP will enter the Uttarakhand in a big way. The party has increased its activism in the state, which is going to have polls next year. The AAP is preparing to contest all the seats in Uttarakhand. They say that this is part of the BJP strategy. The entry of the AAP will split the anti-BJP votes and will help the BJP in coming back to power. A similar formula has helped the BJP come back to power in Haryana. The anti-BJP votes had split and the BJP managed to retain power.
If sources are to be believed, the BJP is also helping to revive Uttarakhand Kranti Dal. This party is all but dead, but the BJP is helping this party to become active again. The aim? To divide anti-BJP votes. So, mild-mannered Trivendra Singh Rawat is proving to be a political Machiavelli after all.