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The saga of 2024 Lok Sabha elections in nutshell!

By Rakesh Ranjan- 04 Jun 2024
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New Delhi (04.06.2024): Is it India Shining 02 for the BJP with all schemes from free ration to 80 crore people, PM housing, Ujjwala, MuDRA, toilets, Jan Dhan Yojna to innumerable others falling flat and NDA fell short of the expected number though crossed the simple majority numbers. Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently claimed that the Opposition should be such that it should force the ruling party to walk on the edge of sword but people seem to have offered him such a situation where allies would force him to do so. The BJP will have to run a government with a fractured mandate and aggressive Opposition. But what may happen to the government and who were instrumental for the NDA to meet with such a fate?

  • K Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar would dictate terms to the NDA government.
  • Rahul Gandhi, Akhilesh Yadav and Tejaswi Yadav emerged as the neo-Turks of the Indian Politics.
  • The Modi Model that worked well with absolute majority may no longer be in play with unfathomable confidence like earlier. Lots of pull and pushes will be part of the governance games.
  • Internal contradiction and threat to the government will continue to be in play at the Centre
  • There was a change in the Dalit voting pattern where they voted for the INDIA for the fear of the BJP fiddling with the Baba Saheb’s constitution.
  • Mayawati seems to have committed a political hara-kiri in the state where she was Chief Minister for four terms.
  • A new kid in the block emerges as Chandrashekhar Azad Rawan representing Dalit politics.
  • Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha & Telangana gave some solace to the BJP.
  • Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra appear to be the game changers in this election.
  • Mayawati emerged the biggest looser, Akhilesh & Chandrababu the biggest gainers.
  • Mallikarjuna Kharge proved to the lucky charm for the Congress and Rahul proved his mettle.
  • The country awaits for Nitish Kumar if he takes another U-Turn or go with the NDA. 
  • Nitin Gadkari, Rajnath Singh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Vasundhara Raje may get some importance in the BJP.
  • What future lies for Jyotiraditya Scindia, Jitin Prasada, RPN Singh and Ashok Tanwar. They all failed to read what was written on the wall.
  • Share Market nosedived by 4500 points on June 04 but investors minted money due to Exit Poll results which former Election Commissioner S Y Qureshi termed as illegal.
  • The victory margin of Banaras tells the tale of the BJP in Uttar Pradesh.
  • There is now a complete uncertainty over 100-days Programs of the PM Modi.
  • The question is being raised on the statement made by J P Nadda if the BJP doesn’t need RSS anymore?
  • NOTA recorded over 1 lakh votes in Indore while in 2019 Gopalganj had made the record of 51000 votes.
  • BJP’s tallies in Tribal states like Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand suggest that Modi’s choice for Draupadi Murmu as President of India worked.
  • But change in the Constitution narrative cause a big number of SC seats that the BJP had won in 2019.
  • The BJP winning all seats in Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh suggest that there was no anger as such against Narendra.
  • The Congress actually cleverly localised the issue making the contest between candidates to keep the Modi factor away.
  • The reliability of Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu is a big question mark which is puzzling the BJP leadership.
  • Social Media team of the BJP failed to leave its mark on the people is another area of concern of the BJP leadership.
  • Removing Sunil Bansal from Uttar Pradesh is being looked upon as the reason for the debacle of the BJP.
  • The messaging that Yogi Adityanath may be removed it the BJP gets 350 + seats was another reason for the UP sad story for the BJP.
  • Last but not the least, the upper caste voters were feeling suffocated in the BJP. This could be another reason for such results in Uttar Pradesh.
(By Rakesh Ranjan)

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