There is hardly any doubt that the national leadership of the BJP revolves around Prime Minister Narendra Modi . There is no face other than Narendra Modi at the national level, but if we talk about it at the state level, then there are many leaders in the BJP who are presently necessary and there is compulsion for the party. We can also say this because there are many leaders about whom we feel that they can now be sidelined but they return in a powerful way. During the recent Rajasthan political crisis, we saw how Vasundhara Raje's silence became a compulsion of the party. In fact, when Ashok was cold between Gehlot and Sachin Pilot, the BJP started dreaming of forming a government. But Vasundhara Raje was silent. She was also accused of going against the party, yet she managed to show her strength.
However, this is not the first time Vasundhara Raje has made a strong comeback after being marginalized in the party. Vasundhara Raje was made the leader of the opposition after losing the assembly elections in 2008. Later he was also asked to step down from that post. After that Vasundhara Raje was rarely seen in public events. It is said that now his political career is over. But when the BJP returned to power in Rajasthan after the 2013 elections, it had no choice but to Vasundhara Raje . There was resentment in Rajasthan before the 2018 assembly elections. Even the edges seemed to be 'Modi is not hating you, Vasundhara is not your well'. In such a situation, the party had to contest in the face of Vasundhara Raje. This was the time when Vasundhara was believed to be in direct confrontation with the national leadership.
But it is not the case that this method is only in Rajasthan. Yeddyurappa passes to BJP in KarnatakaHas faced many difficulties in finding an alternative to. Even though at the national level we have seen that over 75 leaders have been put in the guiding board but Yeddyurappa, 78, still remains the Chief Minister of Karnataka. We also saw in Gujarat that as soon as Anandiben Patel crossed 75, she resigned from her post. Yeddyurappa was accused of corruption in Karnataka after the party sidelined him. In his place Jagdish Shettar was made the Chief Minister. But the BJP suffered a crushing defeat in the assembly elections. It was then Yeddyurappa's return to the BJP before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. After that the Karnataka unit also started strengthening. Yeddyurappa is also a compulsion for BJP in Karnataka because the vote percentage of the society from which he comes is 27.
After the manner in which the sequence of events was seen in Madhya Pradesh in March, there were speculations about whom the BJP would entrust to lead in Madhya Pradesh. Many names were emerging in front of us. Narottam Mishra, Narendra Singh Tomar, Kailash Vijayvargiya finally expressed confidence in the BJP leadership only on Shivraj Singh Chauhan . Shivraj Singh Chauhan is a leader who can keep the party united despite all the factionalism in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from this, he is the only CM who is included in the party's Central Parliamentary Board. Apart from this, their hold is also strong in the Sangh. In the 90s in Uttar Pradesh, we saw how Kalyan Singh after the central leadership confrontationHad to resign from the post of Chief Minister. Kalyan Singh then formed his own party. After Kalyan Singh's separation, the BJP had to struggle for many years for power there. Kalyan Singh later returned. He was made Governor and the party also benefited from this in Uttar Pradesh.