Shri Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena took a dig at the BJP, ‘having to suffer the neglect of the Rajputs’

Mahipal Makrana, National President of Sri Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena

The results of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 are being declared on Tuesday, in which the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) does not seem to get an absolute majority. However, its ally NDA is definitely winning. In the meantime, BJP has suffered a major blow from Rajasthan and is facing defeat in 11 seats of the state, regarding which Sri Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena National President Mahipal Makrana has targeted the saffron party and said that the reason behind this is BJP’s displeasure. are Rajputs.

Mahipal Makrana said that BJP has suffered the neglect of Rajputs and the statements made for them. If Yogi is removed or harassed from Uttar Pradesh, the impact will be seen in the assembly elections. Rajput leaders of the country have been sidelined. He was abused on stage, winked at, this kind of behavior is not acceptable.

‘BJP excluded leaders like Rajendra Rathore’

He said that the Chief Minister has also changed in Rajasthan. Also, leaders like Rajendra Rathore were sidelined. We belong to BJP, but there will be a lot of opposition if someone like Rupala comes to the house. In fact, Purushottam Rupala, who won from the Rajkot Lok Sabha seat on a BJP ticket, had stated that there was collusion between different Rajput rulers and the British. The Rajputs were outraged by his statement and there was a fierce protest. However, Rupala apologized several times for her statement.

What will be the effect of not making Vasundhara CM?

After the BJP’s victory in the Rajasthan assembly elections here, there were speculations that the party would once again hand over the reins of the state to former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. However, after many days of brainstorming, the party took a big decision and gambled on a new face. BJP made Bhajanlal Sharma Chief Minister. It is being said that BJP is unhappy with this decision. The Rajputs were upset and even Vasundhara Raje was not actively seen in the Lok Sabha elections.


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