According to Delhi sources, soon the party of former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will get the nod and he will tie up his new party Punjab Lok Congress with the BJP. After this, according to the election strategy of the Captain, the Akali Dal, which has broken ties with the BJP, will be re-aligned with the BJP. BSP is already with Akali Dal.
Prime Minister Modi has also announced the withdrawal of agricultural laws on the occasion of Gurpurab as part of the election strategy, according to the BJP leaders of the state and according to the SAD and Capt. After the big announcement on the occasion of Gurpurab, especially the BJP leaders have got a big relief. Farmers are now seen reducing their opposition. Talking about the ten districts of Malwa area, the former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had a strong hold among the farmers there. Now the captain’s tenure of the last four and a half years has completely loosened the above grip.
According to sources, a political party of farmers of Punjab who are staging a sit-in in Delhi may soon enter the fray, which will work as a challenge to all the parties on the farmer vote bank. Haryana’s farmer leader Gurnam Singh Chaduni has also announced to contest on 117 seats of the state in the Punjab Legislative Assembly elections, but till now the election stir in the state has not been intensified by Chadhuni.
Big issue of unemployment, sacrilege and drugs
In 2017, its main opponent Akali Dal Badal was surrounded by Congress and Aam Aadmi Party on the big issues of sacrilege and drugs. As a result, the Congress was successful in forming the government by doing politics on these two big matters. At the same time, the Aam Aadmi Party was also successful in becoming the opposition party. In the 2022 assembly elections, the issue of unemployment along with sacrilege and drugs will be the biggest challenge for SAD, BJP, AAP, Congress. In 2017, the Congress had promised to provide door-to-door jobs to the people of the state at the time of elections. The captain could not fulfill this promise.