The party has fielded UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to woo the Hindu voters here in the state.
BJP has adopted a new strategy for Assembly elections to be held in Tripura on February 18. The party has fielded UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to woo the Hindu voters here in the state. On Monday Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath reached Tripura for a two-day visit. From past 20 years, there is a leftist government in the state with Manik Sarkar as CM. Some voters believe that if the BJP succeeds in forming the government, then it may have an impact in the neighbouring state of West Bengal.
Why BJP decided to bring Yogi Adityanath?
BJP is in full swing to contest Tripura elections. The key strategy is to woo Hindu voters here. According to the news agencies, Yogi carries an image of fanatic Hindu leader hence, the party has decided to bring U.P CM Yogi Adityanath in the battleground.
Three major faces in front of the voters
Manik Sarkar: CM for past 20 years. Trying hard to recount his work. However, BJP is striving hard to come back in this election.
Rahul Gandhi: The only star face of the Congress. Many party supporters and leaders are now with the BJP. The road seems to be difficult for Rahul Gandhi.
Yogi Adityanath: He is the CM of Uttar Pradesh. But, BJP has given more consideration to this election. In this election, BJP is giving a tough fight to Congress and the Left. Yogi has earlier helped BJP in winning the Assembly elections of Gujarat and then Himachal Pradesh.
Through Yogi Adityanath Bhartiya Janta Party is majorly targeting two types of voters. First are the Hindus belonging to Bangladesh. They were forced to go to Bangladesh in 1947 and then in 1971.
The others are those voters who believe that the Left government gives more attention to a certain community.