January 24, 2020 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Dramatic events have taken place in the “political wedlock” of SAD (Badal)-BJP last evening. BJP’s move to keep SAD (B) out of it’s alliance for Delhi state assembly polls triggered a surprise reaction from SAD (B). SAD (B) announced not to contest the state assembly elections.
BJP leader Manoj Tiwari held a press conference on Monday (Jan. 20) evening declaring saffron party’s alliance with Janta Dal (United) and Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) for upcoming Delhi elections, leaving behind the SAD (B).
Soon after that, SAD (B) state leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa held a press conference and announced that the party has decided not to contest the election. He maintained that the stand was taken due to SAD (B)’s “principle stand” against CAA.
But the fact is that Badals have been dumped by BJP in Delhi and their position is Punjab is also under question now.
This presentation analyse that why Badals are meeting such a fate?