Why No Joinings Are Happening In BJP?

Mon Mar 13 2023 11:13:59 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is unable to understand one thing. Bandi Sanjay and others were directed to invite neutrals and leaders from other parties as the elections are fast approaching. Amit Shah gave multiple directives to focus more on joinings and join as many as possible. But the thing is that, except for Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy who resigned from the Congress, no one joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Huzurabad MLA Etela Rajender is serving as the Chairman of the 'Joining & Coordination Committee'. Despite Etela touring all the districts, no big leader joined the BJP. Etela has good relations with the leaders of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS). He also enjoys a good image as a BC leader. But why are leaders from other parties not looking at BJP? What we hear is that many leaders not having trust in the Bharatiya Janata Party to come to power in the next elections is the reason for this.

As per the party sources, there will be no new joinings in the party for the next thirty days. Because it will take some time to get clarity on who in the BRS would get party tickets for the polls. It has to be mentioned here that KCR earlier announced that sittings will be given tickets this time. On the other hand, surveys are being done in the constituencies. However, a debate is going on in the BRS which says that it is doubtful for at least 30 leaders in the party to get the tickets. Now it appears that clarity on joinings in the BJP would come only after the ticket row in BRS gets sorted out.

The ongoing developments say that the BJP has no other option left except for the leaders in other parties. It is a harsh truth that the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) has no strong leaders to contest in all the 119 Assembly constituencies. With this, the BJP leaders are giving their best to invite leaders from other parties. However, there is no pace in the joinings no matter how hard the leaders are trying. So the leaders have to wait for some time to see new joinings in the party.