Amit Shah’s rally in Seemanchal stuns Bihar rivals as PFI raids increase the stakes for the year 2024
Following Purnia, Amit Shah would meet in Kishanganj alongside BJP MPs, MLAs, plus core committee members to develop a plan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Following Purnia, Amit Shah will meet in Kishanganj with BJP MPs, MLAs, as well as core members of the committee to develop a plan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
Amit Shah would start the Seemanchal trip with a rally at Purnia, where the representation of the PFI has been growing alongside other areas including Kishanganj, Purnia, Katihar, and Araria, starting the party’s 2024 Lok Sabha election campaign throughout the area.
Amit Shah, a prominent member of the BJP as well as the Union Home Minister, is scheduled to visit the Seemanchal area of Bihar on Friday. This visit will be closely watched in light of recent NIA raids against the Popular Front of India within the districts of Purnia as well as Araria as well as other places in other states.
Amit Shah would start the Seemanchal visit with a rally in Purnia, in which the representation of the PFI has been growing along with other areas including Kishanganj, Purnia, Katihar, as well as Araria. This event will serve as the beginning of the party’s regional 2024 Lok Sabha election campaign.
Multi-agency teams led by the NIA conducted raids on offices and residences connected to the extremist Islamic group on Thursday, which resulted in the arrest of 106 individuals for allegedly aiding terrorist activities in the nation. Raids were conducted at 93 locations across 15 states.
Siddarth Shambhu, the BJP state vice-president in charge of organising the elections in Purnia, commented on Shah’s visit when asked about voting patterns in Seemanchal versus the rest of Bihar. He stated that Hindus and Muslims have coexisted peacefully for a while, but the problem of undocumented Bangladeshis has caused a significant rift in society. Everyone seems to be doing okay right now, but nobody can foretell what would transpire in 10 to 15 years.
The party anticipates 1 lakh attendees at Amit Shah’s rally in Purnia. Dr. Sanjay Agrawal, the head of the BJP’s state unit, MoS (Home) Nityanand Rai, previous minister Ravishankar Prasad, as well as other top party officials have set up camp in Seemanchal and are inviting residents of neighbouring districts to the gathering.
Following Purnia, Shah would meet in Kishanganj with BJP MPs, MLAs, and core committee members to develop a plan for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
This time, the BJP has shocked its adversaries JD(U) and RJD by starting its campaign within the Seemanchal area. Whenever the party was allied with the JD(U), which just dissolved, it utilised Gandhi Maidan in Patna to kick off its Bihar campaign.
Lallan Singh, the state JD(U) president, also has decided to host a rally at Seemanchal in response to the BJP’s tactics. He claimed that the BJP has been attempting to “pollute” the social and political climate of Bihar while speaking to party members in Patna.
Along with the expansionist threat from China, the influx of unauthorised Bangladeshi migrants has emerged as another electoral issue. The PFI’s expanding presence in the region is likely to make up a significant portion of the election narrative.
Home Minister Amit Shah would visit border regions bordering Nepal and meet with Sashastra Seema Bal officials as well as jawans to combat China’s expansionist ambitions, according to BJP MLC Dilip Jaiswal, who ran for Lok Sabha in 2014 from Kishanganj.
Many interpretations have been made about Amit Shah’s visit, according to renowned educator and social worker Dr. A Imam. He stated Amit Shah is renowned for making significant judgments, and he might announce the region. He added that there has never been intercommunal conflict in Purnia. He claimed, the majority of Bangladeshis who cross into India are engaged in illicit activity. He added that if given the chance to meet with the home minister, he would bring up social and economic problems in the area.
In Bihar, the NDA won 39 of the 40 Lok Sabha seats in 2019, while the BJP won just 17 of them. The Loktantrik Janata Party (LJP) gained six seats to the Janata Dal (United’s 16). Only one seat, Kishanganj, which has a predominance of Muslim voters, was lost by the NDA.