What’s Up With 2019 Elections?

The elections fever is on again. AAP, Congress, BJP  again started off their journey towards the goal of achieving the maximum number of votes and the support of the public. For the very first time, the number of first-time voters is going to go up to a whopping 13.3 crores- which is almost twice the population of France. By this time, when time less than a year has been left for the elections, youth have become the most focusing center of all the political electorates.
Their trials and efforts of influencing people and asking them for the votes have kicked off with great strength. Though this time too, BJP expects gains in the state as well as in 2019 Lok Sabha polls but other parties are too very well prepared and trying their level best to win the seats.
BJP and Congress president target Uttar Pradesh and Mr. Amit Shah may meet BJP workers of Western UP and Braj region. According to Shiv Sena, Opposition unity is “impossible” without Congress. Also, BJP’s Amit Shah targets all 26 seats in the Lok Sabha considering the task as an uphill due to their previous performance in 2017 polls where they got only 99 seats out of the total of 182. In New Delhi, several opposition parties are even working to form the alliances against BJP for the upcoming elections next year. The seven states where this wave of anti- BJP is working ahead are Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Tamil Nadu and Jammu and Kashmir.
 As per the India TV news, the RJD leader and younger son of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Tejashwi Yadav declared that he would support JD-U but on the condition that the Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar retires. He even disallowed Nitish’s return in the Grand Alliance ahead of 2019 polls.
BJP president Amit Shah exhorted his party workers to brace up in order to defeat the Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) which is expected to come up with an alliance ahead of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. This time Mr. Narendra Modi is expected to give a new narration amongst the public in order to influence the people and gather a number of votes and make the majority in the elections ahead.
The public is even geared up to vote and waiting for the elections’ result ahead in the 2019 polls.

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