Article :- Madhyapradesh, Raajasthaan aur Chhattisgarh : yah hai Teenon Raajyon kee Vartamaan Raajaneetik Tasveer, kya hai Sambhaavana?

Article :- Madhyapradesh, Raajasthaan aur Chhattisgarh : yah hai Teenon Raajyon kee Vartamaan Raajaneetik Tasveer, kya hai Sambhaavana?

October 7, 2018 0 By Rajesh Agrawal

Political thinkers believe that in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the Congress will force how to oust BJP from power there, while BJP will try to snatch Mizoram from Congress so that its dream of ‘Congress free India’ Possible.
In Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, it will not be easy for BJP to overcome the challenge of the upper classes versus SC / ST, OBC. Some analysts believe that there is no alternative to Narendra Modi in terms of political face and so far the opposition has not been united. It will also have an impact in these elections.
If the Congress was able to get rid of any state from Rajasthan, MP and Chhattisgarh, then there would be positive atmosphere in favor of Rahul Gandhi and the attitude of the parties escaping the alliance would change.
Political analyst Alok Bhadauria says that elections are a game of concept and uncertainty. Rahul Gandhi’s big challenge in elections to these states is for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Because one of the three BJP-ruled states will also get a notion against the Center even in the public, which can prove dangerous in the 2019 elections. Therefore, he will face serious challenges in three major states.
Rahul Gandhi can get success when Congress leaves the habit of self-goal. Control over the statements. The Congress has an army of unrestrained rhetoric, it will be a big deal to keep his tongue in control of the party in this election. Otherwise, BJP will not be late in redemption.
Like in Madhya Pradesh, the BJP in Chhattisgarh stands as a mountain in front of Congress. For the last 15 years, there is a BJP government too. Although after the formation of the state in 2000, the Congress was in power, but after three successive elections, it had to face defeat.
The Congress had given a tough fight to the BJP in the 2013 assembly elections, but still had to face defeat. Of the total 90 seats in the state, the BJP won 49 seats, whereas the Congress had captured 39 seats. Apart from this, the Bahujan Samaj Party had won a seat, whereas the remaining one was seized by an independent candidate.
Chhattisgarh is in objection. The combination of Ajit Jogi and Mayawati will change the equation, but the BJP leader and Chief Minister Raman Singh is coming to the polls for the trust of his work. If the matter of Madhya Pradesh is concerned, then the hearts of Jyotiraditya Scindia, Digvijay Singh and Kamal Nath will be matched and the Congress will be able to make some changes.