Subramanian Swamy happy over BJP’s defeat in Himachal-Delhi, told the formula of opposition’s victory in 2024 – न्यूज़लीड India

Subramanian Swamy happy over BJP’s defeat in Himachal-Delhi, told the formula of opposition’s victory in 2024

Subramanian Swamy happy over BJP’s defeat in Himachal-Delhi, told the formula of opposition’s victory in 2024


Subramanian Swamy looked happy on BJP’s defeat in Himachal-Delhi. He said that I believe that no political cartel should emerge in the opposition to defeat the BJP in the coming Lok Sabha elections.

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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Published: Thursday, December 8, 2022, 15:47 [IST]

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Former Rajya Sabha member and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy has given a big statement regarding BJP’s performance in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh assembly elections and Delhi MCD elections. He said that the defeat of BJP in two out of three state elections is a lesson that political cartels should not emerge to defeat BJP in the coming Lok Sabha elections. He said that the present Modi government has failed to improve the economy and deal with some ambitious countries.

This target of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy is regarding the defeat in Himachal Pradesh assembly elections and Delhi MCD elections. Because BJP is trailing behind Congress in Himachal Pradesh. In the trends so far, the Congress seems to be forming a government with absolute majority in Himachal. At the same time, the BJP lost in the elections to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi and after 15 years the MCD has been thrown out of power.

However, the BJP is headed for a historic victory in Gujarat. Here the party is seen getting more seats than the majority. In the trends so far, BJP has won 154 seats. At the same time, they are leading in many seats. Coming to the Congress, the party’s poor performance continues in Gujarat. The party has won only 14 seats. While running on 2nd. Apart from this, Aam Aadmi Party has also won 4 seats in Gujarat and is leading in 2 seats.

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subramanian swamy big statement on bjp loss in himachal assemble election and mcd know what he said

Story first published: Thursday, December 8, 2022, 15:47 [IST]



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