BJP has become one of the powerful party in India. Congress has been decimated in this elections by the people who wants to have the change. The Shah Modi Juggernaut has destroyed the congress to such an extent that they cannot regroup to fight next elections. The Indian politics is going through a sea change and major changes in the political field is going to happen. The political scenario is currently resembling the scenario prevalent in early and late 80's.

Congress was an all conquering and agressive party in India after Independence. India has embraced congress party since 1947 and laster onwards people became fedup of the changes in the attitude of the political parties. This lead to the rise of small parties promising to protect the interest of the Indians. Congress became strong party in North India, where as in South India the regional parties like the DMK and AIADMK in Tamilnadu, Kerala Desham in Kerala, Telegu Desam Party in former Andhra Pradesh, Biju Janata Dal in Orissa began to weild lot of influence in the politica of our nation.

The territorial expansion of the BJP is the most exciting political phenomenon in a long time. The leaders are dynamic, agressive and working hard to achieve the targets which they had set before the lok sabha elections. The party has also encouraged the national membersship drive and motivated the youth to be party of its political process. The activities of the party will be watched by one and all in the comming years to come. BJP will face the onslaught from various regional parties and Congress. States like Uttar Pradesh which will see the elections in the the year 2017 and will face three way battle between Samajwadi party, the Congress and the BJP. Most of the political parties in UP will try to woo the Dalit votes and sections of the upper caste voters. This party will slowly and steadily grab various states under its guided leadership carried out by Narendra Damodardas Modi.

Posted 3 years, 2 months ago by BINESH NAIR

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