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Why are not you confident about the claim of 272+ senior BJP leaders?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah are claiming to win more seats than this 2014 Lok Sabha elections, but first Subramaniam Swamy, now Ram Madhav has given such indications that the BJP needs allies to get majority May have to be.
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Why are not you confident about the claim of 272+ senior BJP leaders?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah are claiming to win more seats in the Lok Sabha elections this time than 2014, although senior leaders of his party have started saying things differently from this claim. First Subramaniam Swamy, now Ram Madhav has given such indications that BJP may need associates to gain majority. The question is, what is different at this time, that these leaders have the fear of not repeating the results like last time.

Network of opposition alliances

In the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, BJP is getting a tough challenge from the coalition of opposition parties in many states. BJP has a tough fight against SP-BSP-RLD in UP, whereas in the last elections, BJP and its allies won 73 out of 80 seats. Congress-NCP in Maharashtra, Congress-RJD-led alliance in Bihar, the Congress-JMM alliance in Jharkhand is stronger than 2014 this time.


Not only that, the Congress has joined the DMK in JDS and Tamil Nadu in Karnataka and has entered the election. BJP has also aligned with these states but the fight for them is not as unilateral as 2014. There are a total of 250 seats in these states. In 2014, the BJP-led NDA had won 214 of these. There were 147 of these BJP seats alone.

Return to Congress states

Before the Lok Sabha elections, BJP has lost its power in the hands of Congress in three Hindi-speaking states of the country. The victory of the Congress in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh is a proud moment for the party. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, BJP managed to win 62 seats out of a total of 65 seats in these three states. This time, by returning to power of Congress in these states, it is not easy for BJP to repeat the old results in these states.

Not a strong partner in the south

Leaving Tamil Nadu in South India in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, there is no strong partner in any state with BJP. In 2014, BJP contested in Andhra Pradesh with TDP and contested the elections. This time, BJP has aligned with AIADMK in the political battle, but it is facing Jayalalitha's absence and anti-state wave. Apart from this, Congress is in the electoral fray by combine in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Not only that, Congress President Rahul Gandhi himself has been trying his luck from Wayanad seat of Kerala to get the South India to work.

No atmosphere like 2014

This 2014 political atmosphere is not visible in the Lok Sabha elections this year. Voters are completely silent Opposition leaders also accepted the presence of Modi wave in Dabi Juban. The party's cadre was also in unprecedented zeal. In Narendra Modi's rally, Modi-Modi's noise was much more than today. The result was that BJP managed to win the highest number of 282 seats for its first time in its political history. This political atmosphere is not visible in the Lok Sabha elections this time.

Accountability to stay in power

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP were more aggressive in 2014 because the accountability of the Congress and its government was due to being in power. But today, accountability belongs to PM Modi and BJP itself, from employment to farmers to problem. In 2014 the Congress was in power and in the BJP opposition, due to which Narendra Modi was blaming Congress for every problem in his rallies, but now when he is in power he can not tell the responsibility of the opposition. Voters too easily understand it.

Trivedi's support to BJP in electoral battle


In this time Lok Sabha election, there are three prominent faces in BJP's campaign. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Among them are PM Modi and Amit Shah are the highest rally. It is not that the rest of the party is not campaigning electoral, but these three leaders are affecting the voters. In contrast, in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP's entire team was engaged in sharpening the electoral campaign.

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