HARYANA POLITICS
Khattar left high and dry, not CM-enough material for next poll
- Amodini Sachi Priya
Khattar left high and dry, not CM-enough material for next poll



CHANDIGARH: BJP supremo Amit Shah did not use the words, yet made a sensational disclosure. Addicted to inane press releases, the media missed the story. You will, of course, find it in today's newspapers, as long as you do not depend on the journalists to understand what the headlines really say.

Manohar Lal Khattar will not be the BJP's man to lead the party into the next Assembly elections in Haryana, BJP President Amit Shah made it clear during his three day visit to the state.
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If Amit Shah came to assess the state of the party with an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, he has left Khattar with a bad taste in the mouth. Time for journalists to do some speculation about the next one, and get their headlines right.
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Having hailed Khattar's administration as corruption free, and singling out its teachers' transfer policy as exemplary, Amit Shah, in his cryptic style, said there will be no change in the leadership till Khattar completes his term. Of course, political pundits know only too well that such statements are made only when a serious challenge exists to the leader.
 
For example, you haven't heard a similar statement about Yogi Adityanath in UP. And Amarinder Singh in Punjab would hope that Sonia Gandhi makes such a statement about his own position.

Shah was asked about some BJP legislators sulking ever since the party sprung a surprise RSS nominee upon Haryana as its chief minister, Amit Shah made it clear that there would be no change of leadership in the state.

"I have interacted with all BJP MLAs from the state and they have unanimously agreed that the government is doing well under the leadership of the Chief Minister Manohar Lal. Party workers also believe that no previous government had taken up development works that Khattar government undertook,” Shah said. 

He was then asked by an irreverent journalist if the next state assembly elections will be fought under Khattar’s leadership. Pushed into a corner, all that Amit Shah said was: "Manohar Lal will continue to lead the state till next elections.” 

This is a clear signal to the party leaders to jostle for the attention of the kingmakers. And Khattar has been put on notice, too. 
 
Shah's good words about the Khattar government would hardly give him any consolation. If a CM does not get even a simple assurance that by running a graft-free administration, making the state kerosene-free, computerising the Public Distribution System, ensuring that water reaches the tail ends, and fighting a good fight on SYL front, he has earned the right to stay the leader once again, then what will? 

And the BJP President even chose to make a public statement about bureaucrats not listening to partymen, bringing the troublesome issue on record by saying that "the views of workers about the government is the party’s internal matter."

If Amit Shah came to assess the state of the party with an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, he has left Khattar with a bad taste in the mouth. Time for journalists to do some speculation about the next one, and get their headlines right.






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