Father Anthony “A-Team” Son Anthony in “B Team” Mein: Asaduddin Owaisi

Anthony | Delhi/Hyderabad, April 6 (Maxim News): AIMIM President and Hyderabad MP, Asaduddin Owaisi has made sarcastic comments targeting the Senior Congress leaders who claim to be champions of secularism, reacting on Anil Anthony, son of Sr. Congress leader and former Defence Minister AK Anthony who joined the BJP.

Asaduddin Owaisi tweeted as “Father Anthony “A-Team” son Anthony “B Mein (BJP) but notary agents of Secularism will distribute Certificates of who is Secular. “Bahoot Khoob” Anil Antony, who was a Congress leader from Kerala, quit the party in January following the row over BBC’s documentary on the 2002 Gujarat Riots and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Every Congress worker believes they are working for a family. But I believe I am working for the country,” Anil Antony told reporters today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a very clear vision of putting India in a leading place in a multi-polar world, he said. Anil Anthony joined BJP in the presence of BJP leader Piyush Goyal and V. Murlidharan and the Party’s Kerala unit chief K.Surendran today.

Seeing this political change, particularly in Kerala state, where the presence of BJP is minimal, this move has raised many eyebrows and sparked discussions among political analysts and party workers, we delve into the reasons behind Anil Anthony’s switch to the BJP, its impact on the political landscape and its potential implications for the future, particularly in Kerala politics.

Reasons behind the switch

Anil Anthony’s move to the BJP has surprised many, given his family’s long-standing affiliation with the Congress party. There are several speculations as to why he switched. One of the reasons could be the growing influence of the BJP in Kerala, where it has been making steady gains in recent years. Anil Anthony could have viewed this as an opportunity to align himself with the party that is currently in power at the center.

Another reason could be the ideological differences between him and the Congress party. The Congress has been facing criticism for its lack of a clear ideological stance, whereas the BJP has a strong Hindu nationalist ideology. Anil Anthony could have been attracted to the BJP’s ideology and its strong leadership under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Impact on the political landscape

Anil Anthony’s move to the BJP is likely to have an impact on the political landscape of Kerala. The Congress party has been facing a decline in the state, with the BJP and the Left parties gaining ground. Anil Anthony’s switch could further weaken Congress and strengthen the BJP’s position in the state.

The move could also have implications for Congress at the national level. Anil Anthony comes from a family with a strong Congress background, and his switch to the BJP could be seen as a sign of disillusionment among the party’s old guard. This could further dent the party’s image and weaken its position in national politics.

Implications for the future

Anil Anthony’s move to the BJP could be a sign of the changing political landscape in Kerala. The state, which has traditionally been a Congress stronghold, is witnessing a shift towards the BJP and the Left parties.

Conclusion

Anil Anthony’s move to the BJP has raised many questions about the reasons behind it and its impact on the political landscape of Kerala. While it is still early to predict the long-term implications of this move, it is clear that it could have far-reaching consequences for the Congress party and the state’s political landscape. The move could also be seen as a sign of the changing political dynamics in the country, with the BJP consolidating its position as a dominant force in national politics. (Maxim News)


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