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Why Amit Shah appears in confidence about the Lok Sabha elections?

Monday - April 1, 2019 2:49 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
BJP's 'Chanakya' Amit Shah's 'strategy' for Lok Sabha elections
BJP's 'Chanakya' Amit Shah's 'strategy' for Lok Sabha elections

Will Amit Shah gain a positive result from UP and West Bengal?

APR 01 (WTN) - In the last Lok Sabha elections, due to whose hardworking the BJP has won more than 70 seats in UP, he is Amit Shah. Shah, who is called the Chanakya of the BJP, is in confident nowadays. Amit Shah has confidence that NDA will once again win in this Lok Sabha elections, and Narendra Modi will again become the Prime Minister of the country. Let us know, what are these reasons for which Amit Shah is seen confident this time for the victory in the Lok Sabha elections?

Let’s first talk about Amethi, Amit Shah believes that this time Congress President Rahul Gandhi may have to face the trouble in winning Amethi seat, and his victory is difficult. According to Amit Shah, in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, the Congress won by only one lakh votes margin from the Amethi seat, but if it looked at the earlier election, the Congress had won by more than 4 lakh votes.

Amit Shah says that slowly from the Amethi, the Congress is losing the credibility and the BJP's base is increasing there. So Amit Shah believes that Rahul Gandhi can lose from Amethi, due to the shortage of Congress victory margin in Amethi in last two Lok Sabha elections.

If the BJP has done the hardest work in any state after UP, then it is the West Bengal. One upon a time, the West Bengal was said to be the stronghold of the communist, but from last two Lok Sabha elections in the West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee's party, TMC, is dominating. But BJP national president Amit Shah and West Bengal BJP's in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya have done a lot of work in this state to emerge the BJP.

While focusing on the West Bengal, the BJP has accused Mamta Banerjee of supporting a special class of people. While at the same time, the BJP has described Mamta Banerjee as directly responsible for the backwardness of Bengal. On the basis of all these, Amit Shah believes that in this Lok Sabha election, the BJP can win 23 out of 42 seats in the West Bengal, because the people of the state want to teach a lesson to Mamta Banerjee's party. Amit Shah, who is convinced of BJP's victory in West Bengal, believes that due to Mamta Banerjee's dictatorship, the people are upset and gradually the BJP's base is increasing there.

Even after the BSP-SP alliance in UP, Amit Shah is still feeling confident. Amit Shah believes that after the Air Strike, the people of the country are with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the SP-BSP alliance will not have any adverse impact on the BJP. Amit Shah believes that there is no political atmosphere in the country like before that any leader keeps any kind of vote bank.
 
According to Shah, in the past, if two leaders were assembled first, their vote bank would also have gathered. But over time, the politics of the country has also changed, and the voter of the country knows everything.

So as Amit Shah is looking in confidence, it can be said that there must have been any strong reason behind this. Political analysts believe that after the Air Strike, the statements that have come from the opposition on that, the image of the BJP and especially the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been quite strong.

Ahead the leaderless opposition in the Lok Sabha elections, the option of strong leadership in the form of Narendra Modi is before the public, so hardly the NDA has to face difficulties of any kind to win this election. After all these reasons, it can it be said that Amit Shah is so convinced of BJP's victory in the Lok Sabha election?