Satyapal Malik, the former leader of the bharatiya janata party and former governor of four states, has shared his views on recent political developments. He reacted sharply to the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) Chief Jayant Singh joining the national democratic alliance (NDA). Malik expressed doubts about Singh's ability to lead the party, stating that while the move might benefit RLD, Jayant lacks the substance to effectively run the organization.

However, Malik lauded the Central Government's decision to confer the Bharat Ratna Award on Chaudhary Charan Singh. He believes this move will positively impact the bharatiya janata party (BJP) in the upcoming lok sabha elections. Malik acknowledged the delay in honouring Chaudhary charan singh but deemed it deserving recognition, emphasizing that it should have happened much earlier. 


He commended prime minister Narendra Modi's strategic decision, foreseeing an electoral advantage as Chaudhary Charan Singh's supporters in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and rajasthan may incline towards the BJP. Malik also critiqued the alliance between the Samajwadi party (SP) and RLD, deeming it impractical.


 He attributed the dissatisfaction among Jats in Western UP towards the SP and suggested that the RLD's departure from the alliance was foreseeable. Overall, Malik sees the Bharat Ratna announcement and Jayant Singh's entry into the nda as significant political moves that may shape the electoral landscape, particularly in key states.

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