1620117514 BJPs arrogance among reasons for its defeat in West Bengal
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On Sunday, the TMC romped residence in West Bengal, pocketing 213 of the 292 meeting seats that went to polls, whereas the BJP acquired 77 seats.

MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena on Tuesday claimed the BJP’s “arrogance” was among the many causes for its defeat within the West Bengal meeting polls.
An editorial within the Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ additionally mentioned the BJP’s “intolerance” was accountable for it being out of energy in Maharashtra.
The feedback got here days after Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil reportedly requested state NCP minister Chhagan Bhujbal to weigh his phrases whereas talking in regards to the saffron celebration.
Bhujbal had made sure remarks in regards to the BJP within the context of the latest West Bengal polls, the place the saffron celebration was defeated by the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress (TMC).
“When did Maharashtra become so intolerant?” the editorial requested.
After the 2019 Maharashtra meeting polls, long-terms allies Shiv Sena and BJP parted methods over the difficulty of sharing the chief ministerial publish.
The Shiv Sena later tied-up with the NCP and Congress to kind the state authorities.
On Sunday, the TMC romped residence in West Bengal, pocketing 213 of the 292 meeting seats that went to polls, whereas the BJP acquired 77 seats.
The editorial mentioned Bhujbal had praised Banerjee for her resounding victory, and requested what’s fallacious in that.
“The BJP’s arrogance was among the reasons for its defeat in the West Bengal assembly polls,” the Marathi day by day mentioned.
Due to the defeat in West Bengal, the BJP just isn’t able to take pleasure in its win within the Pandharpur meeting bypoll in Maharashtra, the Sena mentioned.
In a setback to the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) in Maharashtra, BJP candidate Samadhan Autade on Sunday gained the byelection to Pandharpur-Mangalvedha meeting seat in Solapur by defeating his nearest NCP rival by a margin of over three,700 votes.
“The MVA lost the Pandharpur bypoll and everyone congratulated the BJP and the winning candidate. But, no MVA leader threatened those who congratulated the winner,” the editorial mentioned.

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