Election 2019 Phase 7: Today in Bengal, in the rest of the state, tomorrow’s campaign, Trinamool and BJP challenge to save the fort
Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase7 For the last phase of Lok Sabha, on May 19, votes will be cast for 59 seats in eight states. According to the pre-scheduled schedule of Election Commission, the polling will stop after 48 hours before the polling of this phase i.e., on May 17, at 5 pm. But, in the context of the deteriorating situation of law and order in West Bengal, the commission has restricted the election campaign from 10 am on May 16 in the state. This ban will continue till all the nine seats in the state till the voting is completed on May 19. However, in the remaining seven states, the election campaign will be held on May 17 at 5 pm. Let’s know what’s the biggest challenge in the Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 7 …
In which states voting on how many seats
The last phase of Lok Sabha elections will be held in eight of Bihar, three in Jharkhand, eight in Madhya Pradesh, nine in West Bengal, four in Himachal Pradesh, one each in Chandigarh and 13-13 seats in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh on May 19. In Bihar, Pataliputra, Ara, Nalanda, Patna Sahib, Karakat, Jehanabad, Buxar, Sasaram, while in Uttar Pradesh, Kushinagar, Maharajganj, Gorakhpur, Bansgaon, Ghosi, Deoria, Ballia, Ghazipur, Chandauli, Varanasi, Mirzapur, Robertsganj and Salempur Lok Sabha seats. Will be voting for. In the last phase of Ujjain, Dewas, Ratlam, Dhar, Indore, Khargone, Khandwa, Mandsaur, in eight seats in West Bengal, Jaynagar, Dumdam, Barasat, Basirhat, Diamond Harbor, Mathura, Kolkata South, Kolkata North, Jadhavpur and Madhya Pradesh. Voting is to be. In Jharkhand Dumka, Godda, Rajmahal will be voting on May 19 in Gurdaspur, Amritsar, Khadur Sahib, Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Anandpur Sahib, Ludhiana, Fatehgarh Sahib, Faridkot, Ferozepur, Bhathinda, Sangrur, Patiala in Punjab. In Himachal Pradesh four seats, Kangra, Mandi, Hamirpur, Shimla and Chandigarh will be voting on Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat.
Strong opponent in front of Trinamool
The last phase of polling includes nine seats in West Bengal, Dumdum, Barasat, Basirhat, Jaynagar, Mathura, Diamond Harbor, Jadhavpur, Kolkata South and Kolkata North. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the Trinamool Congress won all these seats. He got about 42 per cent of the votes, whereas BJP’s average 17 per cent votes were received. In the last Lok Sabha elections, after the Trinamool Congress, the second largest party was CPM, which had won a little over 20 per cent on these nine seats. In the last round of these seats BJP was third and Congress was in fourth place. But, in the year 2018 panchayat elections, the BJP had suddenly emerged as the main opposition party, and its vote share had increased significantly. In this sense, the BJP appears to be facing tough challenge in front of TMC in the final stages.
Challenges to save the defenses in front of Mamta Banerjee
The most important seats in the final phase of West Bengal include Jadhavpur, Diamond Harbor and South Kolkata. Jadhavpur seat is home to Mamta Banerjee. From here he started his political career. In the year 1984, Mamta defeated CPI (M) veteran Somnath Chatterjee at that time. After this, however, he made South Kolkata his political base. Mamta lived six times in South Kolkata. In 1998, Mamta founded the Trinamool Congress from South Kolkata only. Since then Trinamool is winning this seat with nearly 50 percent of the votes. But, with the BJP’s rise in 2014, its vote share had diminished. Mamta Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Bannerjee, who is called the inheritor of Trinamool Congress from Diamond Harbor seat, is contesting the elections. Because of the new equations, Dumdum, along with Bashirhat, BJP is winning the victory on some other seats, including Diamond Harbor, in this case, it is a challenge to save Mamta Banerjee in front of her fort.
BJP can maintain previous record in Uttar Pradesh
In the last phase, the 13 seats in Uttar Pradesh, the Lok Sabha elections of 2014, all these seats went to the accounts of the BJP and its allies. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is contesting from Varanasi Lok Sabha seat, in front of which the alliance is SP-BSP candidate Shalini Yadav. Meanwhile, Ravikishan, actor of Bhojpuri films from BJP candidate from Gorakhpur parliamentary constituency of Yogi Adityanath, is in the fray. Yogi Adityanath’s reputation is consistent for five times from this seat. In this by-election, the alliance of the Samajwadi Party-BSP was set in the by-election. Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha’s reputation is at stake from Ghajipur seat, the road to state BJP chief Mahendra Nath Pandey in Chandauli is not as easy as the year 2014. Meanwhile, in Mirzapur Union Minister and Apna Dal (Sone Lal) candidate, Anupriya Patel is hanged in a triangular battle. However, BJP’s former state president Ramapati Ram Tripathi from Deoria constituency is in the fray of sectarian maze.