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BJP and Congress’ own claim of victory

Friday - November 30, 2018 3:13 pm , Category : MADHYA PRADESH
Record voting in Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls
Record voting in Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls

Increased voting indicates farewell of Shivraj government, or signs of Congress defeat!

NOV 30 (WTN) - Vigorous voting in Madhya Pradesh assembly elections has broken all previous records. Whether the city or the rural area, fiercely voting was recorded everywhere. The voters took part in the election and used their right of voting. Let’s talk about the politicians, so this heavy voting for them has become a cause for concern, and for this reason the politicians are trying to get the kind of speculation that what can be the result of this record breaking voting.

In Indian politics, if the trend of the 80s and 90s is observed then the increased voting was seen as the anger of the people, and it was believed that the increased voting came with a change. That is, it was believed that the reason behind the excess voting is that the people want to remove the current government. The reason behind this was that people were voting more and more to change the anger in government.

Here, political parties' leaders are getting different reactions about the record breaking voting in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. According to Rakesh Singh, state president of the ruling party BJP, the BJP will get the direct benefit of increased voting. According to Rakesh Singh, the increased voting is pointing to BJP's victory. Many BJP other senior BJP leaders believe that the people of the state were happy with the work of the BJP government, so voters came out of the house and voted for the BJP so that the Congress party would not come to power anywhere.

Now here the Congress which is losing election in Madhya Pradesh since last 15 years and is in opposition gives a different reason behind the increased voting. The Congress believes that there is anger against the state government in the public, due to which the people have voted against the anti-incumbency vote to remove the BJP government. Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Digvijay Singh, is claiming that Congress is forming government in the state.

After rising polling, state Congress chief Kamal Nath also claimed Congress victory. Kamal Nath says that at the beginning it seemed that the Congress government would form, but the way the voting took place, it seems that the results will be very startling. That is, Kamal Nath has to admit that with the shocking outcome, he meant that there could be such a result in favor of the Congress which nobody has expected.

For your information, let you know that for the Assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh on November 28, the voting turnout was 3.7 per cent high compared to the last time. An increase of 3.7 percent is significant in itself, and no political party can take it lightly. For your information, let you know that in the last assembly elections, the difference of victory and defeat in many seats was just under three thousand votes. In such a situation, 3.7% increase in voting has left the BJP and Congress leaders sleepy.

Both the BJP and the Congress parties are expressing their reasons for the increase in the voting percentage in the assembly elections and claiming victory, but it is certain that this time the record of voting has increased the throbbing in the heart of both the major political parties

If the increased voting is an anti-incumbency wave, then the departure of the Shivraj Sarkar is decided, and if the increased voting goes in favor of the ruling party, then the Congress is yet to get a 5-year exile. Well, if what is the meaning of this enlarged voting, it will be cleared on the day of counting on 11th December.