Who Will Win 2019 Elections: The Indian general election will be held in 2019, electing members of parliament for all 543 parliamentary constituencies of India. In the Gujarat Assembly elections, The Congress lost in Gujarat; however that was close enough in terms of the number of seats. The Congress lost to the BJP. Yet, there are number of commentators who see a ray of hope in even this loss. Congress saw both its votes and seats increase. In terms of seats, this was the Congress best performance in the last 35 years. The Congress president Rahul Gandhi, in fact even went so far as to call the election a “massive jolt” to the BJP. Other political watchers predicted that the 2019 Lok Sabha election will now see a face-off between BJP leader Narendra Modi and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi.
Who Will Win 2019 Elections – Conclude from States Elections
Senior BJP leaders have said after the BJP lost Rajasthan by-election, he said that it is a matter of concern; the party is putting on a brave face. Ha also added that, “Elections and by-elections happen throughout the year we win some and we lose some”, said Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi. “Don’t draw any conclusion out of this. The popularity of Prime Minister Modi is for everyone to see”. Due to Demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax (GST) youth already alienated with BJP. Demonetisation and GST triggered unemployment and economic crisis, which affected the youth. Prime Minister Narendra Modi got the mandate on the promise of attracting more foreign investment. But he has not fulfilled the promises said by dalit leader and Gujarat Congress MLA Jignesh Mevani. Despite of this BJP won the Gujarat Elections.
Bharatiya Janata Party Fall Downs
Bharatiya Janata Party may lose 2019 General Election due to these reasons; slow economic growth, small business man facing troubles caused by the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax due to this popularity of Prime Minister Narendra got declined, Modi’s BJP government in the Centre and states ruled by his party. The economic hardship caused by demonetisation and GST, job losses, farm distress and a union budget FY 2018-2019 seen as anti-middle class, restive NDA members and a stock market in free fall after the budget. While the Lok Sabha elections due on 2019 is the big challenge, a series of assembly elections due this year (2018) will also be a major test for the BJP as it will be fighting against regional parties.
Who Will Win 2019 Elections: Analysis
According to the recent states elections and by-polls BJP could be expected to lose 75-85 seats in the 2019 general election. And after the upcoming assembly elections in Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland, Karnataka, Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan big picture will be clear. BJP promised for “Ache Din” in 2014 general election but nothing delivered. Economy is slowing down, revenues are going downs and the government has no money, middle class is already alienated, stock market crashed, distress among the farmers, lack of jobs for youth, petrol rate so high, demonetisation and GST ruined the economy and union budget FY 2018-2019 seen as anti-middle class. Now these days general perception about BJP is “promise everything deliver nothing”. It seems that BJP may lose 2019 election and Congress may win 2019 general elections.