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Indian State Election 2022 - Thread

Predict the winner  

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  1. 1. Which Party will form Govt in UP?

    • BJP
    • Samajwadi Party
    • BSP
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    • Congress
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    • Others
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  2. 2. Which Party will form Govt in Punjab?

  3. 3. Which Party will form Govt in Uttarakhand, Goa & Manipur?

    • BJP in all 3 states
    • BJP in Manipur only but lose other two states
    • Congress will win Uttarakhand and Goa
    • Other


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1 hour ago, raki05 said:

It's so satisfying to see opposition and anti-national cry....probably they all should do another andolan. The more they cry on media and forums that itself worth bjp being in power .:hysterical:

MVA is yet to fall and so much of heartburn... I would love to watch these libtards ,the day it actually falls

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3 hours ago, Clarke said:

If Shinde gets two thirds of Shiv Sena & stakes claim of the party, what will Thackerays be left with ?

 

Shiv Sena (Secular) like JD(S) ?

He has 13 left in his faction. 42 gone to Shinde. This is getting comical by the day. Opposition and some LeLis are lamenting about peoples’ mandate. They were dancing when MVA was formed against peoples’ mandate.

 

 

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Uddhav belongs to Rahul Gandhi politics. A dynast who is selfish and incompetent. He is equally surrounded by yes men, and a puppet of vested interest groups.

 

Yet, the difference is Rahul Gandhi is a stronger Pappu as the Gandhi brandname lasts for decades. Whereas, the Thackeray brand as the glue of the party has lasted for just 2 years??

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Imo, the immediate fight is who is the supremo of Shiv Sena. Not about who is the next government.

 

The anti-defection law allows 37 rebels MLAs to merge into another party, but they cannot form their own group as that would be disqualified. I don't expect those MLAs to merge into BJP, and giving up the Shiv Sena brand and surrendering it back to Uddhav.

 

How will they legitimately prove themselves as the new leader of the party? And what role will the speaker or courts play?

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8 minutes ago, someone said:

Imo, the immediate fight is who is the supremo of Shiv Sena. Not about who is the next government.

 

The anti-defection law allows 37 rebels MLAs to merge into another party, but they cannot form their own group as that would be disqualified. I don't expect those MLAs to merge into BJP, and giving up the Shiv Sena brand and surrendering it back to Uddhav.

 

How will they legitimately prove themselves as the new leader of the party? And what role will the speaker or courts play?

Just like what happened to JD(U), when a faction broke support to RLD and switched to BJP,  if Shinde faction is given legitimacy by the EC as the real SS, they can go to the Governor and vouch support for a Phadnavis Govt. For this to happen either UT has to resign or face a vote of confidence in the house.  This will be a long drawn battle in the courts, Sharad Powar will not lose battles easily. 

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20 hours ago, someone said:

Uddhav belongs to Rahul Gandhi politics. A dynast who is selfish and incompetent. He is equally surrounded by yes men, and a puppet of vested interest groups.

 

Yet, the difference is Rahul Gandhi is a stronger Pappu as the Gandhi brandname lasts for decades. Whereas, the Thackeray brand as the glue of the party has lasted for just 2 years??


Lol but congress never moved away from its core principles. Shiva sena did and it costed them.

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4 minutes ago, gattaca said:


Lol but congress never moved away from its core principles. Shiva sena did and it costed them.

 

Wrong. Congress also moved from their so called "secularism" , by aligning with Shiv Sena. Why doesn't they face the same burden and pressure from within their own party and supporters? They are given a free ride.

 

Remember how BJP faced huge pressure when they aligned with PDP...

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Can someone please explain why whenever a state assembly party has a disenchantment and potential split and support withdrawal form a group of MLAs why they go hide in a hotel? Revoking support from a party is not a fundamental right as per the law? 

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6 minutes ago, LordPrabhzy said:

Can someone please explain why whenever a state assembly party has a disenchantment and potential split and support withdrawal form a group of MLAs why they go hide in a hotel? Revoking support from a party is not a fundamental right as per the law? 

 

Risk of bribery, coercion, blackmail, kidnapping, violence etc. The party controlling the state controls the local police & a lot of things can happen.

 

Check out this event from the last century: https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/mayawati-akhilesh-yadav-sp-bsp-alliance-guest-house-attack-5540258/

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7 minutes ago, LordPrabhzy said:

Can someone please explain why whenever a state assembly party has a disenchantment and potential split and support withdrawal form a group of MLAs why they go hide in a hotel? Revoking support from a party is not a fundamental right as per the law? 

 

Firstly, no party truly trusts its own MLAs. The top leadership and even ground level are relatively loyal, but the mid-level leaders can be opportunistic and selfish. Thus, resort politics is protecting their own assets.

 

Then, misuse state machinery and pressurize of MLAs. Today, that's exactly what Shiv Sena is doing by threatening their own rebel MLAs to come to Mumbai and then see who actually wins.

 

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