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Elections 23-24 NDA vs I.N.D.I.A (updated)


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14 minutes ago, ravishingravi said:

Predicted for Maharashtra in 2020 that MNA would collapse in 2 years. 

 

Predicting now that congress will split in Karnataka. Maybe after 2024. 

 

https://twitter.com/smitaprakash/status/1722264850922123450?t=IbJ4h0owO3fttDBvGcgD9Q&s=19

DKShi has a lot of ED cases and I can be taken care of!! He’s the most corrupt minister in Congress , has amassed 1750 crores as an agriculturalist! BJP will lose whatever credibility it has in Karnataka now!

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3 hours ago, coffee_rules said:

DKShi has a lot of ED cases and I can be taken care of!! He’s the most corrupt minister in Congress , has amassed 1750 crores as an agriculturalist! BJP will lose whatever credibility it has in Karnataka now!

 

I know it's your home state so you know it better. But imo one state which seems unbelievably comfortable with corruption is Karnataka.  To a point that average Kannadiga doesn't think that it's anything wrong or unusual. It's considered part of the transaction. Almost understandable. 

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25 minutes ago, ravishingravi said:

 

I know it's your home state so you know it better. But imo one state which seems unbelievably comfortable with corruption is Karnataka.  To a point that average Kannadiga doesn't think that it's anything wrong or unusual. It's considered part of the transaction. Almost understandable. 

That is true for any state. Which is why they keep flipping parties every 5 years, except maybe Gujarat. 

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Caste census is the new mantra for the  dotted alliance. Mandal politics is back.  What he said about Modi denying there is no caste in India only poor people, seems like he is campaigning for Modi here. Ullu kahin ka. 

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1 hour ago, Singh bling said:

Exit polls predicting MP Rajasthan to BJP. Telengana and chhattisgarh to Congress 

not quite.they are all over the place.its shocking how much range there is even in exit polls.If India Today were to be believed Congress will win Rajasthan and a close fight in Chattisgarh.

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44 minutes ago, cowboysfan said:

not quite.they are all over the place.its shocking how much range there is even in exit polls.If India Today were to be believed Congress will win Rajasthan and a close fight in Chattisgarh.

Polls of poll give edge to BJP in MP , Rajasthan. Even if best case scenario for congress happen still breaking 5-10 mla's is very easy for BJP. so it's advantage BJP

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35 minutes ago, cowboysfan said:

I will be voting for the first time in a long time,it took almost 2 months to get my voter ID. things dont look good for Congress,all they have is caste card and freebies and that wont work in a national scene with Modi.I sincerely hope they have something to offer other than OBC card.

 

What are the issues for you as a voter ? And what are specific things you want in manifesto ?

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21 minutes ago, ravishingravi said:

 

What are the issues for you as a voter ? And what are specific things you want in manifesto ?

to me the economy is the primary issue for a number of reasons.My gripe  with congress now is they have no leader nor do i believe the INDIA alliance will make a difference unless they  elect a leader SOON  who is not from Congress and give a manifesto which is pro business and not just about Caste politics.India can only grow at the present rate or more if  we aggressively do all we can to improve all sectors of the economy and that will reduce unemployment too.

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9 minutes ago, cowboysfan said:

to me the economy is the primary issue for a number of reasons.My gripe  with congress now is they have no leader nor do i believe the INDIA alliance will make a difference unless they  elect a leader SOON  who is not from Congress and give a manifesto which is pro business and not just about Caste politics.India can only grow at the present rate or more if  we aggressively do all we can to improve all sectors of the economy and that will reduce unemployment too.

 

Then there is only one party to vote for. As much as they suck at times, they are the best chance to bring in necessary reforms. Indian economy under BJP will double in next 5 years. Don't think we full appreciate what that could mean. 

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From Congress POV, they will make it North vs South. With Jagan Reddy support, Congress alliance will say they can sweep to 130/139 seats in South India.

 

BJP POV, each region is different, and Lok Sabha is voted differently. With right alliances, BJP will say they can win more seats in South India. Especially since now, AIADMK, TRS have their own survival at stake. And today's elections results will help to stitch up alliances better.

 

And the aspect of North vs South, can have spillover effects for Congress in the North. Their southern alliances are motormouths, full of anti-North rhetoric, and have already caused embarrassments nationwide. Eg. Stalin Sanathan Dharma comments.

 

Why would likes of SP, RJD,  JDU accept the negative consequences of such alliances?

 

 

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BJP will struggle to sweep  karnataka like last time ,i still think the tie with JDS will hurt them as JDS helped them achieve the sweep by depressing congress votes.I think in Telangana and AP they will increase their seats by a few but wont do much in the rest of the south.

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2 hours ago, cowboysfan said:

BJP will struggle to sweep  karnataka like last time ,i still think the tie with JDS will hurt them as JDS helped them achieve the sweep by depressing congress votes.I think in Telangana and AP they will increase their seats by a few but wont do much in the rest of the south.

As seen in 2019, Karnataka votes differently in LS and Assembly. It always has historically since the Ramakrishna Hegde days. BJP can still expect 20 seats from Karnataka if not a clean sweep like last time.,

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1 hour ago, ravishingravi said:

Hate to say but the only opponent of BJP in 2024 will be George Soros and BJP itself. Complacency could be a big factor. Namo knows this all too well. 

139 seats in the south is key for undy alliance. Only hope is Bihar, WB, can flip. Orissa can stop being Switzerland (neutral) and switch to UPA. There are no friends or enemies in politics.  Without Gandhi family, Congress can be a viable opposition like VPSingh and sangh was in 1989. They have no hope by sticking to Sonia

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