2019 Lok Sabha Elections: ‘BJP to win around 260 seats, Narendra Modi to become PM again
Union Minister of Condition for Social Justice Ramdas Athawale on Thursday stated the BJP would win roughly 260 seats within the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections and Narendra Modi will once more end up being the pm India .
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“Nitin Gadkari is an extremely good friend, but Narendra Modi will end up the following pm. Gadkari is an extremely active minister within the union cabinet. Until then, Modi will end up the pm…Let us see what goes on after 5 years,” Athawale told the press.
“Now, elections is going to be fought against underneath the leadership of Narendra Modi, and therefore he is deserving of the chance. Next, if Nitin Gadkari’s name pops up then it’s fine and dandy,” the minister added.
Athawale further stated the BJP will grab around 260 seats.
“According to our analysis, even when there’s a loss of revenue close to 15-20 seats in Uttar Pradesh, BJP’s seat tally increases within the North East. The party may also do good in Mamata’s West Bengal, where Communists and Congress aren’t that strong any longer,” he stated.
“You will see a detailed fight between Mamata (Banerjee’s TMC) and also the BJP. Similarly, Nitish Kumar and BJP’s alliance can get good seats in Bihar. I believe even when you will see some reduction while increasing in the amount of seats at certain areas, we’ll win the 2019 elections,” he stated.
Within the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJP had won 282 from 543 seats.
The minister also commented on Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav’s remarks in Lok Sabha as he heaped praise around the PM.
“Possibly Mulayam Singh didn’t accept Akhilesh’s decision of choosing Mayawati that Mulayam Singh had huge variations.”
“This is exactly why he stated his ‘mann ki baat’ (right out the heart) within the Lok Sabha. By appreciating Narendra Modi, Mulayam Singh has introduced the reality prior to the people of the nation. The alliance between Mayawati and Akhilesh will not modify the BJP much within the elections,” he stated.