Dispute in BJP over defeat: Defeated candidates explained the reason along with proof in a sealed envelope, these castes kept distance from elections

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The BJP candidates who lost in the Lok Sabha elections have now started blaming the MLAs and workers for their defeat due to the anti-incumbency wave against them. At the same time, the state organization of the party has started reviewing the defeat of the BJP region-wise.

In this connection, on Thursday, the defeated candidates of Awadh region were called and information was gathered about the reasons for their defeat. Most of the candidates have cited the opposition’s issue of ending reservation and changing the constitution as the reason for their defeat, along with the sabotage by the MLAs and party workers of the parliamentary constituency.

State President Bhupendra Chaudhary and Organization General Secretary Dharampal Singh reviewed the defeat in each seat of Awadh region. Out of these, Rajrani Rawat, the candidate from Barabanki, did not reach, while the candidates contesting from Shravasti, Sitapur, Kheri, Lakhimpur, Rae Bareli, Faizabad, Ambedkar Nagar, Mohanlalganj reached the headquarters.

Let us tell you that this time in the Lok Sabha elections, BJP lost 29 seats, including 26 current MPs. After the election results came out, the defeated candidates complained to the top leadership of the state BJP about sabotage by their own people. A written complaint was sought from these people on this.

Sources say that some candidates who reached the state headquarters have given the reasons for their defeat along with evidence in a sealed envelope. Many candidates have also said that along with Dalits who were angry with the issue of ending reservation and changing the constitution propagated by the opposition, non-Yadav backward castes, who were the core voters of BJP, also did not vote for BJP. Especially BJP supporting castes like Kurmi, Rajbhar, Shakya, Pasi and Maurya kept a distance in this election.

Workers were not engaged in bringing out voters
Many candidates also blamed the local workers for their defeat. They said that the Panna Pramukh and booth committees did not work in the expected manner. The programmes were run only on paper. Those who had the responsibility of taking the voters to the booths did not come out on their own. Meanwhile, in this connection, a meeting will be held with the defeated candidates of Kanpur region on Friday.

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