Editorial :- 2019 Lok Sabha Elections – Modi VS all , Rahul VS all

Editorial :- 2019 Lok Sabha Elections – Modi VS all , Rahul VS all

July 2, 2018 0 By Rajesh Agrawal

The main role of the Left parties has been to keep the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty in control of India’s power.
For the last few months, Sharad Pawar was Chanakya, Rahul Gandhi’s
When Swamy took the oath of office as Chief Minister of Karnataka in Bangalore, a special section of the media which had gathered in the assembly, had created this atmosphere that the election of Modi in 2019 would be all-encompassing, a grand alliance would be formed against Narendra Modi.
But now Leader of the Left parties Sitaram Yechury has clearly stated two days ago that the general body is not possible before next year’s 2019 Lok Sabha elections. That is, there is no possibility of Modi being all-energetic.
Sitaram Yechury is the General Secretary of CPI (M), the main constituent of the Left Front. The Left played an important role in the first part of UPA government and played an important role in the formation of the Manmohan Singh-led government.
In an interview to Chhaddhahriya, Yechury spoke on many issues. He said that the idea of a grand coalition is not possible before next year’s general elections and after the results are over, better options will emerge. Talking about the issue of Foreign Policy and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, she said that the agreement of Left parties with Mamta Banerjee is possible before the Lok Sabha elections and not later.
Modi is all that has changed now.
Rahul Gandhi reached the US by holding the finger of Sam Pitroda and Shashi Tharoor and he had announced that he would be the prime ministerial candidate.
He made this announcement even during the Karnataka assembly elections. After this announcement, the atmosphere is now – Modi has all been changed now, Rahul is in all –
In the alliance of 19 parties, 11 candidates of the Prime Minister’s Office are looking for opportunities to stab each other in the back.
Among them are Sharad Pawar, Mamta Banerjee, Devgowda, Mayawati, Kejriwal, Chandrababu Naidu, Chandrasekhar Rao, Akhilesh Yadav and most of these are Rahul Gandhi.
Opposition does not have any general minimum program of election campaign in 2019
According to the election campaign in 2019, at one end, the BJP’s digital wing is in the most advanced stage, and at the other end, the BSP is seen. This is a tragedy of the dispersed opposition, so far that it has no agenda of publicity.
“The Third Front or the Maha coalition is not practical in the Lok Sabha elections”. This statement of JNCP President Sharad Pawar came at a time when many ideas are being made regarding the formation of a coalition and the third front exercise.
Recently, JDS chief HD Deve Gowda has stressed on creating a third front. Earlier, Trinamool Congress chief Mamta Banerjee and Telangana Rashtra Samithi chief K Chandrasekhar Rao had met to start the exercise to create a Third Front.
In fact, former PM and JDS chief HD Deve Gowda had said that the Congress party did not take regional parties lightly, in relation to the pullout between Congress and JDS in Karnataka.
He had said that the leaders of six opposition parties had joined the Chief Minister’s swearing-in ceremony, which certainly reflects the unity of the opposition, but it is not necessary that all the united people of the year 2019 contest elections.
Clearly, the denial of opposition unity after the refusal of the proposed alliance or the two leaders of the Third Front seems to be shocking. It is also clear that the Congress situation is no longer such that it can compete with the BJP in all the states. After Sharad Pawar’s statement, there has been a lot of reactions in the social media.