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Monday, September 20, 2021

Revolt with Captain, Sidhu also out of good book; Congress made Channi as CM, targeted many targets at once

Till now BJP has been making shocking decisions in politics, but Congress has surprised everyone by deciding to make Charanjit Singh Channi the Chief Minister in Punjab. For the first time in Punjab, a Dalit has reached the post of Chief Minister. At the same time, the party also managed to strengthen its path for the assembly elections by giving a blow to Captain Amarinder Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu.

Hit multiple targets with one arrow

In the Punjab Congress, which has been battling infighting for several months, by making Charanjit Singh Channi the Chief Minister, the party has hit many targets with one arrow. Channi is counted among the opponents of the Captain, but he is not in Sidhu's good book. Sidhu was trying his best to make Sukhwinder Singh Randhawa the Chief Minister because Randhawa had given all his strength to make him the state president. But, the party did not listen to Sidhu.

Akali Dal and AAP are trying to reverse the bets

By making Channi the Chief Minister, the party has reversed the stakes of Akali Dal and Aam Aadmi Party. Because AAP and Akali Dal had announced to make Dalit Deputy Chief Minister. In Punjab, Akali Dal and BSP are contesting in the alliance. In such a situation, Congress was afraid of getting out of the hands of Dalit votes.

Akali Dal-BSP have formed an alliance after 25 years

Akali Dal and BSP have once again formed an electoral alliance after nearly 25 years. In the 1996 Lok Sabha elections, Akali Dal and BSP contested in an alliance. The alliance had won 11 out of 13 seats. Therefore, after the resignation of the Captain, the party took full advantage of this opportunity. By making Channi the chief minister, the Akali-BSP alliance has tried to end the effect.

Dalit vote in Punjab about 32 percent

The Dalit vote in Punjab is around 32 percent. Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Hoshiarpur and Nawanshahr constitute 40 percent of the Dalit electorate. But Dalits have been voting for Akali Dal and Congress. BSP founder Kanshi Ram belonged to Punjab, so BSP has been continuously trying its luck in Punjab. But so far the BSP has failed to make any major changes.