General Elections-2024: NDA claims majority in just four phases of elections

Opposition claims- BJP and allies will be limited to 170 seats

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Sudama Pal/Associate Editor

New Delhi: The General Elections- 2024 Only four phases of the Lok Sabha elections to be held in seven phases have been completed so far and three phases are yet to be held. In the remaining three phases, the fifth phase will be held on May 20, the sixth on May 25 and the seventh and final phase on June 1.

At present, after four phases of voting, NDA (National Democratic Alliance) leaders have started claiming to have secured the seats required for their victory. The top BJP leaders say that the leaders of opposition parties are also feeling that their alliance will win by more than 400 seats on June 4, but they do not have the courage to accept it yet.

The Chief Minister of Adityanath Yogi claims that Congress will be completely wiped out in this Lok Sabha election. Even with the support of SP, Congress will not get a single seat in the state, while SP will also fail to save the seats it won in the last election. Let us tell you here that in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Congress could win only one seat in Uttar Pradesh, Rae Bareli. Sonia Gandhi was victorious as a Congress candidate from here. This time Rahul Gandhi is contesting from this seat and the Gandhi family and Congress are seeing this traditional seat slipping out of their hands this time. On the other hand, SP had won five out of 80 seats in the last election, which later reduced to just three MPs of SP. On the other hand, if the statements of opposition leaders are to be believed, then their claim is completely opposite to that of NDA leaders. Opposition leaders say that even though BJP and its allies are dreaming of crossing 400, the public has rejected BJP and on 4 June, the India Alliance government is going to be formed in the country. Whether the claims of the ruling party BJP and the leaders of the alliance parties will come true or the India Alliance will win, it will be known only after the elections are declared, but the way the leaders of all the parties are speaking too much about their victory claims, the trust of the common people in those politicians and their party is decreasing.

The BJP is in the election fray from the beginning with the goal of winning more than 400 Lok Sabha seats across the country, while for some time now Congress national president Mallikarjun Kharge, former national president of Congress Rahul Gandhi, SP chief Akhilesh Yadav used to talk about NDA getting two hundred seats in their every press conference and speeches, but now they have started claiming that NDA will get less than two hundred and seventy five seats.

As far as Uttar Pradesh is concerned, here every party is not getting tired of making its own claim. BJP has fought four phases of elections so far working on the strategy of hoisting the flag of victory on all 80 Lok Sabha seats of UP and BJP strategists are also working on the remaining three phases. But the chief of the main opposition party Samajwadi Party, Akhilesh Yadav, is looking more aggressive against BJP these days. Akhilesh Yadav has now claimed that NDA will be limited to only 170 seats in the whole country. The SP chief said that the All India Alliance will win 79 seats in Uttar Pradesh. Rahul Gandhi and Congress President Mallikarjun are repeating the same statement in every speech

The Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has also joined this list. Arvind Kejriwal, who was released on interim bail till June 1 from Tihar Jail, Delhi, held a press conference with SP chief Akhilesh Yadav at the SP office in Lucknow on Thursday. Arvind Kejriwal did not say anything about SP, Congress or his party’s candidates. The four main points he made were all related to BJP.

It seems that now the leaders of all parties including BJP are limited to pulling each other’s leg and presenting baseless figures of their party’s victory in the elections. The people and intellectuals of the country will have to seriously think about the direction in which this general election is taking the politics of the country and the state, leaving aside the issues of common people’s interests.

 

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