Biplab Kumar Deb, the Pradesh Prabhari (State In-charge) of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has declared that the party will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections on all 10 seats in Haryana and is confident of securing victory. Following a strategic decision by the party’s leadership, it has been decided that just like in 2019, BJP will field candidates on all 10 seats in the state and aim for a clean sweep in the 2024 elections as well. The party’s organizational machinery is already gearing up for the electoral battle.
Biplab Kumar Deb made this announcement during a televised interview, outlining the party’s ambitious plans for the upcoming polls. The significance of this statement lies in the context of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), of which the BJP is a key constituent. The alliance includes the Jannayak Janta Party (JJP) as well, which has also started its preparations for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
With Biplab Kumar Deb’s clear assertion, the BJP has set the tone for a highly competitive election in Haryana. As the state prepares for another round of democratic decision-making, all eyes will be on the strategies, campaigns, and eventual outcomes as political parties position themselves for the electoral showdown.