BJP Firebrand Leaders: Politics is a game of uncertainty. When and what will happen, it cannot be said. It is also difficult to guess who will change sides when. Seeing the mood of the public and the election wind, the leaders of big parties have left their loved ones and joined hands with others. The list of such leaders is very long but we are talking about those outspoken leaders who have left Congress or other parties and joined BJP and now all of them have become firebrand leaders.
Himanta Biswa Sarma
The first name comes in this list of Himanta Biswa Sarma who left the Congress. Himanta Biswa Sarma had said goodbye to the Congress party in 2015. According to media reports, he was angry with the party’s stand in the Saradha chit fund case. At the same time, he joined the BJP in the 2016 Assam assembly elections and today is the Chief Minister of the state. He remains at the forefront of criticizing the Congress. In view of the assembly elections in two states, he has made strong comments on Congress and Rahul Gandhi many times. In the past, Sarma compared Rahul Gandhi’s bearded look with that of Saddam Hussain. Sarma had said that the face of the former Congress president should not be seen ‘like Saddam Hussain’.
The name of Shubhendu Adhikari, who left TMC and joined BJP, is second in this list. He also comes in the list of outspoken leaders of BJP and is known as a firebrand leader in Bengal today. Shubhendu Adhikari, who was once very close to Mamta, does not hesitate to speak against her at all. Just two days ago, he had a meeting with the CM and just after that the officer targeted Mamta. Shubhendu Adhikari said, “A day ago at the indoor stadium, Mamta Banerjee had said that she did not even want to take my name and I had written to the Center to stop the funds for West Bengal. I asked her to take back her words.” Forced. Now she says I was like an affectionate brother.” He has also targeted Mamta on CAA and openly challenged her. The officer said that Mamta Banerjee should stop the implementation of the law.
Jyotiraditya Scindia, who belonged to the royal family of Madhya Pradesh, was also one of the veteran Congress leaders at one time. When the party sidelined him, he also joined BJP and today he is a minister in the Centre. Jyotiraditya Scindia also does not miss to target the Congress. He has said many times that Congress is only concerned about one family, this is the big difference between Congress and BJP. Scindia has also accused the Congress of harming democracy.
There are assembly elections in Gujarat and in front of the Congress, apart from the BJP, there is also a challenge from its rebel leaders. One of the main names in the list is that of Hardik Patel. Hardik Patel, who emerged as the face of Patidar reservation in 2015, was seen by some political pundits as the future of Gujarat. He joined the Congress before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. At the same time, disagreeing with the party on many issues, Patel joined BJP and today he has emerged as a firebrand leader in Gujarat. Just a day before, Patel said that Rahul Gandhi is busy in his travels and he does not have any vision for Gujarat. Patel even said that Congress does not need Gujaratis in the party.
People interested in Maharashtra politics know Narayan Rane very well. Rane, who started his political career with the Shiv Sena, also joined the Congress in 2005. However, after 12 years, after differences in the party, he went to the BJP. Today he is a minister in the central government. Narayan Rane narrates a lot of lies to the Congress. Rane has said that Congress has no future now.
Kapil Mishra, once in the Aam Aadmi Party, is today one of the firebrand leaders of the Delhi BJP. He has also been in controversies many times for his statements. Kapil Mishra targets AAP’s national convenor Arvind Kejriwal on the coming days. Be it Rajendra Pal Gautam’s statement or Satyendra Jain’s Tihar video, Mishra did not spare Kejriwal on a single occasion. He also termed Kejriwal as “the most false leader of Indian politics”.