Chunav Parinam Analysis: Narendra Modi’s strike rate is better than Indira Gandhi’s – न्यूज़लीड India

Chunav Parinam Analysis: Narendra Modi’s strike rate is better than Indira Gandhi’s

Chunav Parinam Analysis: Narendra Modi’s strike rate is better than Indira Gandhi’s


Win or lose, BJP is a political force

The BJP lost power in Himachal Pradesh and the MCD but managed to emerge as the second largest party. He did not allow the election to be one-sided. His power is still intact. Congress definitely won in Himachal, but there is only a slight difference between the two in vote share. Congress got 43.9 percent and BJP got 43 percent votes. The BJP pulled off a major upset in Uttar Pradesh by snatching the seat of SP stalwart Azam Khan. Similarly, even after the unity of Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar in Bihar, the BJP did a great job by winning the Kudhani by-election. The BJP broke the myth that if Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar meet, they cannot lose. The Mainpuri Lok Sabha bypoll is different in many ways. Late Mulayam Singh Yadav was a prominent pillar of the Samajwadi Party. He was respected by all sections of the society. The sympathy generated by his death crossed Dimple Yadav’s fleet. BJP’s defeat on this seat is a natural result. Yes, Samajwadi Party’s loss of Rampur assembly by-election is a big event in Uttar Pradesh. BJP’s victory in this Muslim dominated seat is a big success.

Multiple reasons for landslide victory, partial benefit from AAP factor

Multiple reasons for landslide victory, partial benefit from AAP factor

BJP’s victory in Gujarat elections is historic. It went from 99 to 156 and its vote share increased to 52.5 per cent. There are many reasons for this huge victory of BJP. The biggest reason is the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The second reason is the issue of development in the state. The third reason is the absence of a strong alternative to the BJP. It is generally being said that it was because of AAP contesting elections that the BJP got a big advantage. But an analysis of the data shows that the BJP has only got partial gains because of AAP. AAP did not get public support as expected. The deposits of 128 of its candidates were forfeited. Arvind Kejriwal had claimed the victory of the three candidates. He also lost the election. That’s why to say that BJP got such a huge victory because of AAP is not factual. There are many reasons for this victory, in which you are also one.

Modi's tireless hard work did wonders

Modi’s tireless hard work did wonders

The Gujarat election was also a question of prestige for Narendra Modi. His 2024 future hinged on this election. That’s why he put all his strength to protect his self-respect. Narendra Modi had held about 40-42 meetings in Gujarat. They stayed in different areas of the state for three weeks. Apart from the meeting, he also held a public dialogue with the people. By connecting this election with the pride of Gujarat, he aroused the sympathy of the common people. He campaigned in 52 assembly constituencies out of which BJP won in 46. It is not that all this happened suddenly. Narendra Modi was continuously visiting his home state for the last six months. His hard work worked wonders. Saurashtra was considered a stronghold of the Congress. But due to Modi’s influence, BJP won 40 out of 48 seats here. If the party which has been ruling Gujarat for 27 years is unaffected by the anti-incumbency factor, then it will be called a miracle of electoral history. Experts say that the success rate of Narendra Modi is more than that of Indira Gandhi. Indira Gandhi won 44 out of 83 elections while Narendra Modi won 32 out of 57.

Why BJP lost in Himachal?

Why BJP lost in Himachal?

The defeat of BJP in Himachal Pradesh has given a big blow to BJP and Narendra Modi. The charisma that Narendra Modi did in Gujarat, he could not replicate in Himachal Pradesh. In Himachal BJP had to face anti-incumbency wave. 8 out of 10 ministers of the Jairam Thakur government lost the elections. The common people were angry with the work of the ministers of the government but they made Chief Minister Jairam Thakur win with a huge majority. Jairam Thakur won from Siraj seat by about 38 thousand votes. Anyway, there has been a tradition in Himachal to change the government after every five years. But despite this, the BJP gave a tough fight to the Congress. In 15 out of 68 seats, the difference between victory and defeat was less than 2 thousand votes. There was no one-sided result in Himachal like in Gujarat. The Congress’s defeat in Gujarat was such that it lost the status of the main opposition party, while in Himachal the BJP won 25 seats and at least achieved the status of a strong opposition.

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