BJP confident of regaining lost ground in UP after rollback of farm laws

Legislators bore the brunt of farmers’ anger in the area because the previous a number of months when their agitation was underway.

The occasion requested all its elected representatives to achieve out to farmers and clarify the benefits of the laws, however BJP ministers and legislators have been rudely turned away from a number of villages and the native farmers weren’t even keen to speak to them on the problem.

The state of affairs turned much more grim when the BJP lost in the panchayat elections and no efforts to assuage the caste emotions in the area had any affect.

“We knew that the issue will dominate the campaign and we will face reverses in western Uttar Pradesh where the farmers’ agitation had a major impact. The Prime Minister’s decision to roll back the farm laws will help us to a great extent but we now face the problem of justifying our earlier support to the contentious laws in the past months,” mentioned a BJP MLA from the area.

The state unit of the BJP is confident that the rollback choice will assist it tremendously in regaining lost ground in western Uttar Pradesh.

“We are working overtime to regain lost ground after the Prime Minister’s announcement. We are also confident that farmers will now listen to what we have to say. After all, there is so much that the Modi and Yogi governments have done for the benefit of farmers and we now need to carry the message forward,” mentioned Uttar Pradesh BJP president Swatantra Dev Singh.

Another BJP MLA from the area mentioned: “The roll back will neutralise the hostile feelings of farmers and then it is up to us to create a positive atmosphere for BJP. We are aware that the opposition will continue with its misinformation campaign but we will counter them.”

According to sources, the BJP is even toying with the thought of changing these legislators who had gone overboard in criticizing the farmers throughout their agitation.

However, one difficulty that continues to work in opposition to the ruling occasion is the Lakhimpur Kheri incident.

A celebration functionary admitted that the opposition will now harp on the October 3 incident as a result of they’ve lost the farm laws’ difficulty after the Prime Minister’s announcement.

Besides, the temper of the farmers remains to be a trigger of concern for the BJP.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) spokesperson Rakesh Tikait mentioned on Saturday that ‘Mission UP ‘ is way from over.

“Uttar Pradesh has a lot to answer for. The Lakhimpur incident, the cartoons they made of farmers, they called us ‘Mawali’ – all these issued are still alive,” he mentioned.

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