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BJP leaders give a sign; Probably BJP not to get a complete majority in the Lok Sabha Elections!

Tuesday - May 7, 2019 11:40 am , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Fear of loss to the BJP in the Hindi speaking states in the Lok Sabha Elections
Fear of loss to the BJP in the Hindi speaking states in the Lok Sabha Elections

BJP's 'eyes' on the 'performance' of NDA allies in case of not getting the full majority in the Lok Sabha Elections!

May 07 (WTN) – India which is the world's largest democracy of the world, where five phases of the voting for the Lok Sabha Election have been completed. And the remaining two phases have to be voted soon. Among all this, due to BJP leaders' statements it seems that perhaps the BJP will not get a full majority in the elections this time. It seems that with the NDA allies the BJP will be able to reach to the magic figure of 272 seats. After all, why are the BJP leaders saying this, and what is the reason behind this? Let's know.

BJP's National General Secretary Ram Madhav has given 'signs' in an interview given to a news channel that in the Lok Sabha elections this time, the BJP probably will not get a full majority. Ram Madhav, while giving the signal, said, “BJP may need 'other colleagues' besides the NDA allies to form a government under the leadership of Narendra Modi.”  That is, it is clear that in the view of Ram Madhav, this time the BJP would not get the 'absolute majority' in the Lok Sabha Election to form the government.

Prior to Ram Madhav, BJP MP Subramanian Swamy had also said that if India did not have air strikes in Balakot, then BJP would get maximum 160 seats in this Lok Sabha Election. Right now, Ram Madhav believes that like the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP may not get the 'absolute majority' on its own 'this time'. However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah have said from time to time that the BJP is going to get a full majority on its own in this Lok Sabha Elections.

Indeed, there is a lot of differences between the 2014 and the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. In the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government had to face the 'anger' of the people whose 'benefit' was received by the BJP, and the BJP had got a full majority in that election. But now this time the BJP Government is at the center. In such a way, the BJP will have to face the 'anti-incumbency wave' naturally.  At the same time, the BJP had done it’s the best performance in the last elections in many states. But this time it is being said that the BJP will have to face loss there.

Now let’s talk about UP, here in UP, the BSP-SP alliance seems to have been 'damaged' to the BJP. In the last Lok Sabha Election where BJP had won 71 out of 80 seats in this state, it is being said that this time, due to the BSP-SP alliance, the BJP can win maximum 50 seats. In other states like Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Haryana and Punjab, there may be 'loss' to the BJP. In South India, except the Karnataka, there is no BJP hold in any other state. In such a situation, the BJP has a lot of expectations with the supportive parties for the seats.

Ram Madhav himself said that if the BJP had done the 'hard work' in Eastern India, if the same hard work was done in South India then today, the BJP would be in a more 'comfortable' position in South. What Ram Madhav has said about East India it seems right.Because according to the Opinion Polls, this time in the West Bengal and Odisha, there may be ‘good results’ for the BJP.

In this Lok Sabha Election, the BJP has expectation to win the 'most' seats in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha and West Bengal besides the Hindi-speaking states. If the BJP does not get the 'absolute majority' on its own, then the BJP will be dependent on the NDA's parties to form the government. But if we believe on the Opinion Polls if the BJP does not get the absolute majority in this election, then the NDA can get a full majority and the NDA Government can be formed under BJP leadership.