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Nine former Chief Ministers of Congress face checkmate in Lok Sabha Election

Saturday - May 25, 2019 11:25 am , Category : INDIA
“Fir Ek Bar Modi Sarkar”
“Fir Ek Bar Modi Sarkar”

The grand victory of Modi

MAY 25 (WTN) - The historic victory that the BJP has won in the Lok Sabha Elections is being discussed not only in India but in the whole world. This is the first time in the history of Indian democracy that in the Lok Sabha Elections, a party other than the Congress has secured a majority for a second consecutive time. Narendra Modi goes to the credit of this historic victory of the BJP. The BJP victory of 2019 is being said bigger than 2014, because of after the Opposition's being united and anti-incumbency wave,  the Opposition have to face defeat.

If there is the maximum loss to any party in Modi wave, then it is Congress. In the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections Congress won 44 seats, but in this Lok Sabha Election party could not win even double compared to 2014 Lok Sabha Election. Congress has lost so badly in this election that in many states the Congress has not won a single seat. Rajasthan, where the Congress government is, the Congress lost all the 25 seats. Let you know that how big is the defeat of the Congress that you can predict that the 9 former Chief Ministers of Congress including Congress President Rahul Gandhi lost in the Lok Sabha Elections.

Whose power the Congress had ruled for years in the states, the Congress chief ministers of those state could not win the election in the Modi wave. Bhupinder Hooda, Congress veteran and Chief Minister of Haryana for 10 years, was defeated by BJP candidate Ramesh Kaushik from Sonipat. On the other hand, the former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and Congress general secretary Harish Rawat could not even save his seat. Harish Rawat from Haridwar seat has been beaten by BJP's Ajay Bhatt.

Talk about Maharashtra, the former Chief Minister and Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee president Ashok Chavan could not save his seat this time from Nanded. Ashok Chavan was defeated by BJP's Prataprao Patil. At the same time, the former Home Minister of the country and former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Sushil Kumar Shinde also lost the elections from his traditional seat, Solapur. Shinde has been defeated by Jai Siddheshwar Shivachari of BJP by more than 1.5 lakh votes.

Sheila Dikshit, Delhi's Chief Minister for 15 years, has also faced defeat. Sheila Dikshit has been defeated by the Delhi BJP state president Manoj Tiwari badly from north-east Delhi. The people also taught lesson to Digvijay Singh, who was the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for 10 years. BJP candidate Pragya Singh Thakur defeated Digvijay Singh from Bhopal constituency with more than three and a half million votes.

Talk about the Norh-East, so the former Congress Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Nabam Tuki lost from Arunachal Pradesh West seat. Tuki was defeated by Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju with more than 1.5 lakh votes. On the other hand, Mukul Sangma, who was Chief Minister of Meghalaya for 8 years, had to face defeat in this election. Mukul Sangma has been defeated by the former Union Minister and NPP leader Agatha Sangma with more than sixty thousand votes from Taura seat.

In the southern state of Karnataka, former Congress chief minister Veerappa Moily has also faced defeat. Moily contested from his traditional seat Chikballapur, but he was defeated by BJP's B.N.Bache Gowda badly.

You have seen that the major Congress leaders have been defeated in the Modi wave. These are the leaders of the Congress who ruled for many years for years, but they had to face defeat in the policy and policy of the Modi Government. The Congress now has 5 years of time that they start at zero and then try to stand up. If the Congress has to face Modi, then he will have to re-think his policy, policies and leaders.