Polling trend indicates warning calls in home turfs of Nadda & Anurag  

Due to large numbers of disidents and independent candidates, the trends of polling in four seats in Bilaspur, the home turf of BJP’s national president Jagat Prakash Nadda and five in Hamirpur district home turfs of Union Minister Anurag Thakur have gone haywire. For last 28 days long canvassing  home minister Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi held number of election rallies in nine assembly constituency.  Now BJP seems to be perplexed battle become difficult to assess as voters are silent and unmoved despite shrillest ever campaign. It is 2017 Assembly Election Chief ministereral Candidate Prem Kumar Dhumal defeated by his own protege Rajinder Singh Rana by margin of around 2200 votes BJP leader succeeded to repeat party to power but Dhumal forced to take Poltical exile under well knitted conspiracy. In this election Prem Kumar Dhumal who was not offered ticket at Sujanpur and Chief ministereral Candidate quitted the race pitting his choice Candidate retired Captain Ranjeet Singh againsit sitting MLA Rana of Congress. In a special interview with UNI Prem Kumar Dhumal stated that he worked tirelessly to addressed various issues of Constituents in last 5 yrs as he did not want to let down them after losing electrol battle. Not only Dhumal national starcampainger Shah and Modi’s hold rallies in Sujanpur. In order to change the political atmosphere in the light, first Home Minister Amit Shah held a rally in Sujanpur.  After that Prime Minister Narendra Modi left after holding a public meeting.After reaching Dhumal’s house, Modi patted Dhumal’s back on the stage, but the speech was praised by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur and BJP leader Vinod Thakur from Badsar assembly constituency.  Sujanpur is not alone where it could be waifer thin margin but others four Assembly in Hamirpur are not free from Rebel. A party disident  Ashish Kumar as independent candidate from Hamirpur constituency giving sleepless night to everyone. Congress’s pitted Dr Pushpider Verma, who is the son of former minister Ranjit Verma, and BJP sitting MLA Narendra Thakur, who is the son of former minister Jagdev Chand.  In another Anurag Thakur turf Badsar or Bijjari wife of former BJP MLA, Maya Sharma was pitted against two time sitting Cong MLA Inderdutt Lakhanpal. A BJP rebel Sanjeev Kumar was in the fray as Independent candidate . Jai Ram Thakur which constitued Samanya Varg Ayog on the upper caste movement reportedly launched by right winger organization formed a new outfit Rashtriya Devbhumi Party put one Naresh Kumar in fray would cut BJP vote bank not in Barsar but in many Constituency. RDP put total 29 candidate in fray..  In Bhoranj Assembly home turf of former Minister late I D Dhiman prem Kumar Dhumal could not attend campaign in favour of Dr Anil Kumar Dhiman. Like Hamirpur, the situation in Bilaspur is equally challenging in the home district of Jagat Prakash Nadda, the national president of the world’s largest party BJP.  Despite Nadda’s persuasion, his favorite Subhash Sharma is standing in the election fray from Bilaspur Sadar constituency, showing eyes to Nadda’s second favorite and BJP candidate Trilok Jamwal.  Everyone expected that Nadda would convince all the rebels and angry people of his district.  But he failed.  Bambar Thakur of Congress is challenging Jamwal from Bilaspur Sadar.  Naina Devi is in front of BJP’s chief spokesperson Randhir Sharma in front of senior Congress leader Ram Lal Thakur.  Their victory is also dependent on the behest of Nadda.  Those who defeated Randhir Sharma last time have been getting full respect in the party till date.  What these people will do this time could only be guessed. Another Nadda loyalist from Ghumarwin, Rajinder Garg, a minister in the Jairam government, is pitted against Congress’ Rajesh Dharmani, a close aide of Rahul Gandhi.  Rajindra Garg is working very hard, but it is not easy to access the wave.  While there is an atmosphere of chaos in Jhanduta too. Now all eyes are on BJP’s National President Jagat Prakash Nadda to see what big changes he could make in Bilaspur till the day of polling. It is very uncertain if he would manage  all five seats.  If he fails, he may have to face political difficulties at the national level as well.  

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