The recent defeat of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Karnataka elections has left many wondering about the party’s future prospects. While there may be many reasons for the BJP’s loss, one cannot ignore that the party’s neglect of its hardcore workers and its appeasement-based secularism played a significant role in its defeat.
One of the most glaring examples of the BJP’s neglect of its workers is the case of Nupur Sharma. Sharma, a former member of the party, was expelled from the BJP and was even imprisoned in her own house for almost a year for his statement on the protection of Dharma in national media.
This incident sends a clear message to BJP workers that their loyalty to the party will not always be reciprocated. The BJP needs to take steps to ensure that its workers feel valued and respected.
Another example of the BJP’s alleged lack of their party’s ideology is the case of Kajal Hindustani, who was sent to jail. While the party claims to be inclusive and tolerant of all religions, this incident raises questions about the BJP’s commitment to its ideologies. The BJP must do more to reassure minorities that they are valued members of society and that their rights will be protected.
The BJP’s failure to address these issues has undoubtedly played a role in its defeat in Karnataka. Small things matter a lot in politics, and the neglect of workers and the perception of the party as being anti-minority can have a significant impact on the outcome of an election.
It is time for the BJP to take a long hard look at itself and address these issues. The party must take steps to ensure that its workers feel valued and respected and demonstrate its commitment to their ideology in favor of Sanatan Dharma. The BJP cannot afford to ignore these issues if it wants to succeed in future elections.
In conclusion, the BJP’s neglect of its workers and its alleged so-called secularism have undoubtedly played a role in its defeat in Karnataka.
The party must address these issues if it wants to succeed in future elections. The BJP must remember that small things matter in politics and that neglecting workers and minorities can have significant consequences.