Seemanchal politics

Seemanchal politics
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Home Minister Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Bihar from Friday. This is Amit Shah’s first visit to Bihar after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with the BJP. His visit is being seen as a preparation for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Along with this, Shah’s visit is being seen as a preparation to deal with the recently formed Grand Alliance in Bihar.

The BJP has also started a campaign in the name of ‘Aao Chalen BJP Saath Kare Bihar Ka Vikas’ to prepare for 2024. Political enthusiasm is intensified due to this visit of Amit Shah. The Seemanchal area where Amit Shah will reside is traditionally considered a grand alliance stronghold.

What is the complete itinerary of Amit’s tour? What is the current political situation in the areas of Bihar where Amit Shah is visiting? What does the opposition have to say on Shah’s visit? What are the political implications of this visit? Let’s know…

What is the full schedule of Amit Shah’s visit?

Amit Shah will stay in Seemanchal area of ​​Bihar on the first day of his tour. Katihar, Araria, Purnia and Kishanganj districts fall in this area. On Friday, Amit Shah addressed ‘Jan Bhavna Mahasabha’ in Purnia. In the evening he has a meeting with BJP MPs, MLAs and former ministers in Kishanganj. Shah will also attend the BJP State Core Committee meeting in Kishanganj itself. On the second day of his visit, on Saturday morning, the Home Minister will visit Budhi Kali Mata Temple at Subhashpalli Chowk in Kishanganj.

After this he will visit Fatehpur border post. Here the Home Minister will inaugurate the BOP buildings of Fatehpur, Pekatola, Beria, Amgachi and Raniganj in the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) premises. After this, the Home Minister will take stock of the border security with the officials of BSF, SSB and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in the BSF campus located in Kishanganj.

On Saturday afternoon, the Home Minister will participate in the ‘Sundar Subhumi’ program at Mata Gujri University of Kishanganj. During these two days, Amit Shah will sound the election bugle of the party’s preparations for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

What is the current political situation in Seemanchal?

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, two of the four Lok Sabha seats in these four districts were won by JD(U), Congress on one and BJP on one. Araria seat was won by Pradeep Singh of BJP. So Mohammad Javed of Congress had won from Kishanganj seat. At the same time, Dulal Chand Goswami of JDU won from Katihar and Santosh Kumar of JDU won from Purnia. There are a total of 24 assembly seats in these four districts of Seemanchal. In the 2020 assembly elections, eight of these 24 seats were won by BJP, five seats each by Congress and AIMIM, four seats by JDU, one seat each by RJD and CPIML. Four out of five AIMIM MLAs have now joined the RJD.

What does the opposition have to say on Shah’s visit?

On Amit Shah’s visit, Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav said that if Amit Shah ji is coming, then tell whether he will give special status or not? Will give special package or not? The purpose of their coming is, ‘To dissolve poison in the society. Creating trouble among each other, will speak against Muslims, will provoke Hindus.’ At the same time, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav has asked the people of Bihar to be cautious about Amit Shah’s visit.

What are the political implications of this visit?

Seemanchal is that area of ​​Bihar where there is a majority of Muslim population. The Muslim population in this area adjoining Nepal-West Bengal and Jharkhand is about 46 percent. Experts say that the BJP has been getting hit in this area. Amit Shah is trying to strengthen his weak side with this tour.

JDU and RJD are holding this Muslim-dominated area. After coming together, the Grand Alliance is expected to benefit in this area. It is claimed that the problem of Bangladeshi and Rohingya infiltrators is very high in this area. Analysts say that this visit of Amit Shah is an attempt to break into the stronghold of the Grand Alliance.

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Home Minister Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Bihar from Friday. This is Amit Shah’s first visit to Bihar after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar broke the alliance with the BJP. His visit is being seen as a preparation for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Along with this, Shah’s visit is being seen as a preparation to deal with the recently formed Grand Alliance in Bihar.

The BJP has also started a campaign in the name of ‘Aao Chalen BJP Saath Kare Bihar Ka Vikas’ to prepare for 2024. Political enthusiasm is intensified due to this visit of Amit Shah. The Seemanchal area where Amit Shah will reside is traditionally considered a grand alliance stronghold.

What is the complete itinerary of Amit’s tour? What is the current political situation in the areas of Bihar where Amit Shah is visiting? What does the opposition have to say on Shah’s visit? What are the political implications of this visit? Let’s know…

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