BJP will adopt a ‘123’ campaign before the assembly elections to fill the deficit
- BJP’s special plan to win 123 Lok Sabha seats in 2014
- Planning to offset the possibility of losing seats in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan
- Out of 77 seats in BJP, Assam, Odisha, BJP got only 10 seats in the last elections.
- Expanders on selected 123 seats, Youth Front has been functioning since then and Modi will also travel to every meeting
In the last elections, BJP got a historic majority because of Modi’s defeat, but in 2019, the situation for the BJP is a difficult one. After losing the traditional fortress of BJP, especially Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the success of BJP in these states is likely to be overwhelming. Apart from this, where there was a sweeping success in 2014, in Gujarat and Maharashtra, BJP is also afraid of losing some seats. Thus, BJP’s Think Tank has focused on 2014 seats where the BJP’s efforts in 2014 were shortened. As the number of such seats is 123, the BJP named it as ‘Mission 123’.Where are the gaps in the fortress?
1. In the 2014 elections, BJP won 111 of the total 138 seats in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. In addition, Uttar Pradesh also got 71 seats out of 80.
2. A total of 138 candidates in the Central, Central and Western India and 80 in Uttar Pradesh, or 218, got 182 seats.
3. In the Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the BJP has lost power recently. It is certain that the SP-BSP coalition in Uttar Pradesh will be a major challenge for the BJP. In Maharashtra, it is difficult to get a coalition with Shiv Sena and even if the coalition happens, the BJP can not retain its 23 seats.
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Orissa and West Bengal were the main states where the BJP’s chariot was stopped in the 2014 elections. In the elections of 2014, the BJP had won only two seats out of 21 seats in Orissa, out of 42 seats in West Bengal.
BJP got only 7 seats out of 22 seats in 7 states, including Assam, which was called Seven Sisters.
Thus, BJP has got only 10 seats out of 85 seats in these 9 states.
This time, the BJP has targeted to win 50 seats in these 9 states and has given similar strategies for the last two years.
What is BJP’s strategy?
- In the elections of 7.2014, BJP had contested 428 seats out of which 282 seats won BJP candidate.
8. Among the 146 seats lost in 20 different states, the BJP candidate was second in 54 seats.
9. Out of 69 seats out of 70 seats, which are not traditionally considered suitable for the BJP, the atmosphere has changed in the last five years.
10. If these 123 meetings are specially organized then there are bright opportunities for the BJP here.
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11.Gujarat, Maharashtra is the stronghold of the BJP, but BJP’s government here, due to anti-governance, some seats can be damaged.
12. In Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the BJP’s grip is strong, but for a long time there has been a rule of the BJP due to anti-incumbency in assembly elections. Hence, the BJP is suspected to have reduced its number of seats in its stronghold.
13. The same reasoning BJP has implemented in other states where there is no BJP rule. Trinamool Congress in Bengal and the second JD By raising anti-state rhetoric against both the parties, the BJP wants to make the maximum profit, so that the losses in traditionally considered states can be compensated.