Anti-Hindu mentality neither benefits Digvijay Singh nor is suitable for Congress
Dhananjay Pratap Singh, Bhopal. Rajya Sabha member Digvijay Singh has taken such a political risk by making a statement on the withdrawal of Article 370 in Kashmir, which hardly any leader would like to repeat. Neither he is going to get any benefit from this statement, nor is his party Congress considering it comfortable for himself. This is the reason that no one is seen standing with him from the family to the party, but only voices of protest are being heard in open and suppressed language. Digvijay Singh is currently isolated.
Actually, Digvijay has been in the headlines many times in the past for his anti-Hindu statements. In his statement, the intention of minority appeasement has been clearly visible, but it is not seen that it has got political benefits. Digvijay Singh also lost the Bhopal parliamentary seat election in 2019 to Sadhvi Pragya due to this background. Pragya’s candidature was announced at the last minute, while Digvijay Singh had gathered a long time ago, but due to his anti-Hindu image, he got 35.6 percent votes, while Sadhvi got 61.5 percent votes. He was defeated by 3.64 lakh votes. The special thing was that this was the first election of Sadhvi.
Congress suffered loss due to Digvijay Singh’s statements of Muslim appeasement
Digvijay had also done Narmada Parikrama before the elections, while he was in discussion about the plan of Ram Vanagaman Path in the then Kamal Nath government of the state. That is, he was also trying to infiltrate the majority class through issues related to Hindus, but such statements have been harming not only him but also the party, because even the All India Congress Committee and the high command remain silent on his anti-Hindu statements. In such a situation, the message goes that the Congress also agrees with Singh’s statements. This time too, neither Sonia nor Rahul Gandhi has reacted to Singh’s statements.
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Lessons not learned from Bengal
Despite Digvijay’s statements, Muslim voters are constantly moving away from the Congress. The latest example is the Bengal assembly elections, where the Congress could not even open its account this time, while earlier it had got 44 seats, but this time most of them went to the Trinamool Congress. The vote share also declined from 12.4 per cent to three per cent.
Elections are due in UP early next year, where the Congress got only seven seats out of 403 in 2017. In the Vis Elections of Bihar in 2020, Congress could get only 19 seats out of 243. In 2015, it had got 27 seats. In Delhi in 2015 and 2020, the account of Congress did not open, while in 2013 it got eight seats. There are Congress governments in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, where religion-based votes are not polarized in elections, so assessing the impact of Singh’s statements is meaningless here.
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– KK Mishra, General Secretary, Pradesh Congress Committee, MP