Due to the year before the general elections, it was seen in the entire 2018 electoral mode. The BJP will get the credit to keep the nation in electoral mode throughout the year, but if the North East leaves, then the Congress has always fought its way everywhere.
BJP threw out the red flag in Tripura and hoisted saffron, the Congress, after passing years, ousted BJP from three states in one go. In the year 2018 elections were held from Panchayat to several Legislative Assembly, of which there may be some impact which can definitely be seen in the 2019 general election.
1.) Forty years later in Tripura fortress of left
In Tripura, it was a difficult task to give saffron on the deep red color in the two and a half decades. Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s leadership and aggressive election campaign Amit Shah’s teamwork and teamwork team for the election of Amit Shah and team leaders to wear. On the other hand, Yogi Adityanath was used as a trump card by the BJP, after forming a government in Tripura. Before the formation of the Manik Sarkar in Tripura, there was a rule of the Left Front since 1993. Gradually it seemed that Tripura like West Bengal and Kerala had become the fort of left. Just as Mamta Banerjee breathed only after the departure of the Left from Bengal, BJP also did the same in Tripura.
After the victory, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “When the sun sets, red and when it rises, there is saffron.” Sadly, nothing like that happened again. Yes, along with Tripura, BJP has made arrangements for the share of power in Meghalaya and Nagaland. In Meghalaya, when BJP joined the government with 2 MLAs, then formed the government in coalition with NDPP in Nagaland.
2.) Violence against voting in West Bengal panchayat elections
BJP snatched saffron in Tripura, but Amit Shah regrets that the party has not been able to walk till now in West Bengal. The current BJP president, who has occupied the power of Delhi with the help of Rath Yatra of LK Advani, wants to repeat history himself this time. But still the picture is not clear on the rath yatra in West Bengal.
Whenever there is a chance, Amit Shah does remember the violence in West Bengal’s Panchayat elections and its victim BJP workers. In May, 12 people were killed in violence during the Panchayat elections – and more than 50 were injured.
The biggest surprise in the election for the 58692 seats of the Gram Panchayat, Zilla Parishad and the Panchayat Samiti was that there was no chance of holding elections on 20,159 seats.
The BJP and Left parties were accused that their candidates were not allowed to file the nominations. It is alleged that the Trinamool Congress workers were threatening the leaders in a different way – the result was that in West Bengal, 34 percent of the Trinamool Congress candidates in the state were elected unopposed.
3.) Jammu jyotira jamururiyat joke just like
Worse than West Bengal, the Jammu and Kashmir’s body elections are still in place. After 13 years in Jammu and Kashmir, when the bodies came to the polls, the PDP and the National Conference had already boycotted in the name of section 35A. After the boycott of the PDP of Mehbooba Mufti and the National Conference of the Abdullah family, there were only two parties left in the elections – BJP and Congress.
Among the threats of terrorists, the body in four phases, on 8th October, on the first day of elections, only 8.2 per cent of 84,000 voters could reach the booths. 3.3 percent in the second phase, 3.49 percent in the third phase and 4 percent of the votes in the fourth phase. Voting was not available in more than 200 wards because only one candidate was filled in the form – and he was elected unopposed. One of the leaders of Jammu and Kashmir had told these elections to the joke of mobility.
4.) Big flick to BJP in Phulpur-Gorakhpur
The BJP, which secured the throne of Delhi with a full majority in 2014, formed a government in UP in 2017 with a huge majority after 14 years of exile. The BJP could not celebrate much of this celebration with much joy.
By becoming the Chief Minister of Yogi Adityanath, due to formation of Deputy CM of Gorakhpur and Keshav Maurya, the by-elections were held in Phulpur. Akhilesh Yadav‘s Samajwadi Party and Mayawati’s BSP joined hands for this election – and BJP had to face both seats. With support from the BSP, the Samajwadi party’s candidates won both the seats.
More than BJP, this was a personal loss for the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath – which triggered questions.
5.) In Karnataka, neither Congress nor BJP
The BJP’s eyes were on Karnataka elections only after saving Gujarat in 2017 and grabbing Himachal Pradesh by the hands of the Congress. With the enthusiasm of Tripura’s victory, the elusive BJP leader reached Karnataka and made a full effort. Regardless, its BJP remained away from the majority. The BJP tried to form the government but after the intervention of the Supreme Court, Jugaad could not stay for long.
The Congress has maintained a stake in power by supporting JDS’s HD Kumaraswamy in Karnataka. Not a big deal, but the swearing-in ceremony of Kumaraswamy proved to be a great opportunity to unite the opposition – which was also seen in UP’s Karaana by-election.
6.) Sampling 6 Opposition Solidarity
Mayawati is also considered to be a key role in the formation of the Congress and JDS government in Karnataka. On Mayawati’s initiative, talks of former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and Sonia Gandhi came and talked to the alliance.
The Opposition used a variety of experiments in Karaana. The only candidate of the United Progressive Alliance against the BJP landed in the election field. The selection of the candidate is also very interesting. Samajwadi Party leader Ajit Singh’s party RLD gave the ticket – and along with Akhilesh Yadav, Mayawati was also stuck behind. In karaana, the BJP was forced to get hatchet to defeat the Lok Sabha seats.
7.) Congress defeats BJP in the end of 7 years
As per the year 2018, the maximum pain was given to the BJP only. In the assembly elections held for five states, BJP lost power in three states. In Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan, the Congress has created all the equations for 2019 by creating a government.
After losing power in the three states, BJP would have felt comfortable by winning the Jasdan by-election in Gujarat. In the fight, the Congress was also alive, but with the Congress wing, BJP won the victory.
It is not a big issue in Jashnad that the BJP also got the leader of the Congress before the Congress and then the assembly seat. Like the promise of Congress’s debt waiver in the three assembly elections, the BJP did an electoral experiment by abolishing the electricity bill in Jansen – and the results remained in its favor. The BJP had also announced a bill of electricity bill two days ago for voting, for which he got the notice of the Election Commission.
At the same time, on 24-hour gap, the BJP government of Assam had declared debt waiver for the farmers. And if nothing happens, the main issue in Rafael’s popular noise is becoming a major issue among the farmers, which has to be affected in the 2019 general elections.