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BJP’s benefit of Punjab’s reshuffle, angry Congress leaders will change?

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The BJP, which is still considered the weakest player in Punjab, is eyeing a dent in the Congress itself to come into the contest. Captain Amarinder Singh has resigned from the post of CM and has openly expressed displeasure with the Congress leadership. However, he has not yet opened his cards to join the BJP or any other party. According to sources, the BJP is currently in touch with those Congress leaders who are not happy with the recent changes and are feeling marginalized. One of them could also be Captain Amarinder Singh.

According to the situation so far after the Akali Dal broke away from the NDA, the BJP will contest the elections on its own in Punjab. Therefore, the party is looking for some strong leaders and possibly one of them can be made the BJP’s chief ministerial candidate.

The biggest problem of BJP in Punjab is that the party does not have any big face. In such a situation, the experts also believe that BJP can get a lot of benefit by bringing leaders of big stature like Captain Amarinder Singh in its side.

However, the biggest hindrance between the reunification of the Captain and the BJP is the three agricultural laws brought by the Centre. If BJP agrees to take a step back in the provisions regarding MSP, then perhaps talks with Capt.

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Experts are also agreeing that the BJP is constantly keeping an eye on the latest developments in Punjab and the party wants the new CM Charanjit Singh Channi to remain under pressure.

Let us inform that in the last election, the Congress had got 77 seats in the 117-member assembly. However, this figure has now gone up to 80. At the same time, BJP could win only 3 seats. Aam Aadmi Party came second, winning 20 seats.

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