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There is infighting within the ranks of the BJP and Congress, though more so in the ruling party. To counter anti-officials, the BJP has rejected tickets to nearly a dozen MLAs and changed the constituency of several legislators, including ministers.

While the heavyweights are pitted against the sitting Congressional MLA, observers are not convinced the strategy will work. Only four of the 21 BJP rebels have so far withdrawn from the battlefield. Hamirpur, Sundarnagar, Dharamshala, Kullu, Fatehpur, Kangra, Bilaspur and Kinnaur are some of the constituencies where BJP candidates face insurgents.

The BJP hopes that its star campaigners—PM Narendra Modi, interior minister Amit Shah, BJP national president JP Nadda and other Unity ministers—can swing it for the party despite waves of anti-officials and historical burdens (no party has repeated the term since 1985). ).

It is also hoped that the state’s Hindu-majority population will respond favorably to the temple’s rhetoric and the party’s communal bait. But there is a lot of anger over the decision to scrap the old pension scheme as well as unemployment, high prices and GST on commodities for everyday consumption.


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