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NDA's hope on 'trio' in case of non-majority in the Lok Sabha Elections

Saturday - May 11, 2019 2:40 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Naveen Patnaik, KCR and Jagan Mohan may be 'King Maker'
Naveen Patnaik, KCR and Jagan Mohan may be 'King Maker'

The expectation of support to NDA from BJD, TRS and YSR Congress

MAY 11 (WTN) - All are waiting for the results of the Lok Sabha Elections which will be announced on May 23. As you know in the 2014 Lok Sabha Election, the BJP had achieved the absolute majority. It was after 30 years in the last Lok Sabha Election (2014) that a single party had got a full majority. The BJP had won 282 seats in the last Lok Sabha Elections. But the big question is: Will a single party or a coalition get a full majority in the Lok Sabha Elections this time?

According to the political analysts, it is difficult to believe that this time the BJP or any other party can get a full majority in the Lok Sabha Elections. Opposition parties are looking ‘convinced’ that the BJP and the NDA are not getting the full majority in this Lok Sabha Elections. In such a situation, it is clear that in order to form government in Delhi, there will be a 'manipulative' game among the political parties.

This time, in the Lok Sabha Elections, there is a 'direct fight' between the NDA and the UPA. It is being said that due to the 'anti-incumbency' wave, if the NDA does not get a complete majority, then there are the hope of three parties which can support to the NDA. The leader of these three parties may be able to see you playing the 'King Maker' role.

As far as the BSP-SP coalition is concerned in UP, then BSP-SP coalition can support to the UPA if there would be need of support to form a coalition government. At the same time, Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool can support to the UPA, because Mamata Banerjee wants BJP to keep away from the power. But three parties from three different states are such that everyone's eyes are fixed. Everyone wants to know to which alliance they would support if their support needed. These three parties are BJD, TRS and YSR Congress.

For your information, let you know that there are 21 Lok Sabha seats in Odisha, 25 seats in Andhra Pradesh and 17 seats in Telangana. A total of 63 MPs from all three states are elected for the Lok Sabha. In this Lok Sabha Election, BJD in Odisha, TRS in Telangana and YSR Congress in Andhra Pradesh are contesting alone.

Political analysts believe that these three parties will win most seats in these states, and the leaders of these three parties will be seen in the role of the King Maker. In the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, BJD won 20 and TRS won 11 seats whereas YSR Congress won 9 seats. That is, these three parties had won 40 of the 63 Lok Sabha seats.

Now let’s first talk about BJD that means the Biju Janata Dal. For your information, let you know that there is no party in the race against Naveen Patnaik's BJD in Odisha. In the last Lok Sabhe Elections, the BJD had won 20 out of 21 seats in the state. Again this time; the BJD’s fight is against BJP and Congress in the state. However, the BJD has never supported the Congress earlier. While both BJD and BJP had contested the elections together many times, and both the parties had formed the government in the state together. BJD was a part of the NDA before 2009. But after that, both the parties are contesting differently in the elections.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has not been more aggressive against on BJD under the 'strategy' in his election campaign. On several occasions before the election, Prime Minister Modi has also complimented Naveen Patnaik. And he has also seen standing with the state when needed. Political thinkers believe that BJD can support NDA if the need arises, because, the BJD has been a part of the NDA before.

Let's talk now about Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’ (KCR) party TRS. For your information, let you know that in Telangana, TRS is contesting singly in the Lok Sabha Elections. Let you know that KCR has been a part of NDA. But nowadays K Chandrasekhar Rao is engaged in efforts to form non-BJP and non-Congress government n.

Recently, the results of the assembly elections held in Telangana can be judged that KCR's party can win most of the Lok Sabha seats in Telangana. In this way, if any political party or alliance does not get a majority, then KCR will be in the role of King Maker. Now that the KCR has already been a part of NDA, it is being said that KCR can support to NDA in a better package hope for the state.

In Andhra Pradesh, Jagan Mohan Reddy's YSR Congress Party and Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP have a tough fight in the Lok Sabha Elections this time. In this election, both the parties have not made any kind of coalition. In the Modi Government, TDP was an ally of the NDA, but TDP separated from the coalition with the NDA on the issue of special state.

In Andhra Pradesh, there is a fight for 'political domination' between Chandrababu Naidu and Jagan Mohan Reddy. In such a situation, if there would be need of support to form a government in the center, both the parties would hardly come together on one platform. After the proximity of TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu with the Congress, it is believed that Jagan Mohan Reddy can support NDA in return for the fulfillment of his demands to the state.

Now it is necessary to see what the results of May 23 are? If the NDA does not get the absolute majority, then all eyes will be looked upon on Naveen Patnaik and K Chandrasekhar Rao as well as on Jagan Mohan Reddy. Naveen Patnaik's BJD and K Chandrasekhar Rao's TRS have been a part of the NDA. On the other hand, Jaganmohan Reddy's YSR Congress party can also come with NDA due to political battle with TDP.