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2018 Local Elections

By 2018 a total of 19 states in the country were ruled by the BJP or BJP alliance. Of these, BJP ruled alone in 14 states, while the other of the five states had the National Democratic Alliance (NDA). The color of the map of India according to the flag of the political party, the whole of India seems to be safron. Some parts of the rest of the eastern and southern India were not so colored.

There are elections in Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Rajasthan in the year 2018 Of these, there was no rule of BJP or its allies in Meghalaya, Mizoram, Karnataka and Tripura. Besides keeping the state of their own victory, BJP leaders in Jharkhand had already led the BJP led by Amit Shah to establish BJP rule in these 4 states.

Congress and its alliance were in power in 18 states 24 years earlier. After winning Gujarat and winning Himachal Pradesh, BJP broke the record of Congress. In April 2014, BJP came to power with Modi's leadership. Since then, BJP won all the state elections in Telangana, Arunachal Pradesh, Bengal and Delhi except Delhi and Jaipur. BJP defeated Nitish Kumar and now BJP was in power now, even after losing in Bihar.

Before the 2014 Modi wave, BJP was in power in five states of India. Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Nagaland. In 2014, BJP came to power in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, Maharashtra, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand. In the meanwhile, BJP emerged as the majority party in Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand. BJP got 25 seats in Jammu Kashmir. However, in Bihar and Delhi, the worst results were in Garuda Shibir. But later, with the help of Nitish Kumar, the BJP occupied power in Bihar.

In 2016, BJP removed Assam from Assam and took power in Assam. Before the victory of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh in the year 2017, the BJP and the National Democratic Alliance won in Goa, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur assembly elections. In all the 19 states of the country, now BJP ruled. Which has never been seen before. Even the National Congress could not do this.

They were also in power in 18 states. Assembly elections in 8 states in 2018. Of these, BJP is not in power in 4 states. After the results of the election on Monday, BJP's All India President Amit Shah has said that the aim of establishing a BJP or coalition government in the states of Meghalaya, Mizoram, Karnataka and Tripura in 2018 is the goal.

Congress had 4 states' power. Punjab, Karnataka, Meghalaya, Mizoram. Padma Shibir has announced giving the country a Congress-free government. The Left ruled in the rest of Kerala and Tripura at the moment. Samitis governed in Telangana, AIADM in Tamil Nadu, UP in Delhi, Biju Janata Dal in Odisha and Trinamool Congress in Bengal.

In 2011, the BJP's first target was snatching Karnataka, Meghalaya and Mizoram in the hands of Congress in 2018. If that happened then almost all the countries will be said to be the Garuda camp before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. If they can win the state and win 3 of the Congress-ruled states, then 228 states will come under the control of BJP and National Democratic Alliance in 2018.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi was the face of Congress campaigning in Gujarat. Congress had 57 seats in 2012, and till now the last news has reached 80. Congress has given Rahul all the credit for the rise in the 23 seats of the Congress in the state of Gujarat. But the defeat in the state of Himachal Pradesh in power had been very lucky. However, BJP's call to free the Congress seemed to have hit a bit in Gujarat. However, the guerrilla chariote led by Modi is not going to say that the rush is moving. India will have an eye on whether Narendra Modi's horse will run in other states. However, there is no way to deny the fact that the BJP's dream of reviving the entire India is in reality.


Eight states Nagaland, Tripura, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Karnataka going to the polls in 2018. Even dyed-in-the-wool saffronites admit that Modis failure to crack the whip on perpetrators of hate crimes vis-a-vis cow vigilantism, love jihad, attack on journalists, etc. has brought a bad name to him having allowed the rowdy elements to get away with murder. On February 6, the government itself came clean in Parliament disclosing to lawmakers that 111 people had been killed and 2,500 others injured in 822 communal incidents in 2017.

Narendra Modi entered the final year of his tenure as Prime Minister with his popularity on the wane even as the clock had started ticking for the 2019 parliamentary elections. The electoral losses of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Gujarat and Rajasthan states controlled by the saffron party itself proved that the glad-hander was no more the darling of the masses. Electors gave a thumbs-down to Modi again in January 2018 by-elections in BJP-ruled Rajasthan where the party lost two Lok Sabha seats and one assembly constituency which the party had won riding on the Modi wave in 2014.

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