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himanshu sachan

Web Developer | Updated 07 Feb, 2018 |

Will BJP win 2019 election?

Tirthankar Bose

Travel Blogger | Posted 22 Hours ago

It will be BJP even this time as well.
No valid or strong opposition, as well as a lot of voters, still support him.
And yes, you can't ignore the advertisement department of BJP.
They are ***** good

Sandy Singh

Stack Developer | |Updated 27 Feb, 2019

poojitha neelapu

blogger | Posted 25 Feb, 2019

Can't say whether it's BJP or Congress. 

akash chauhan

Founder and CEO | Posted 01 Feb, 2019

No!!...Narendra Modi won't win 2019 decisions!

We have history of Vajpayee not getting "much merited" one more term and no doubt history will rehash with Modi being denied this open door in 2019 races.

Avinash Kumar

Engineer | Posted 23 Jan, 2019

Now that Priyanka Gandhi is given a role, BJP is going to have tougher time


|Updated 25 Feb, 2019

In this year there is big competition happen between Congress and BJP but I think so bjp could win this time too like 2014...bbbbb

Naveen Kumar

Blogger | Posted 08 Jan, 2019

Yes BJP will win 

Gaurav vashisht

Blogger | Posted 31 Dec, 2018


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Preeti Taneja

Entrepreneur | Posted 14 Feb, 2018

It’s quite strange that even after winning a clear majority in the last election, people are now questioning whether or not BJP will retain in the upcoming one. The anti-incumbency sentiment in the large section of the crowd is too much at the moment. This, again, is quite ironic given more than 90 percent of media is now spilling propagandas of the ruling party.

First to answer - will BJP retain? Yes, they can and they will, as a matter of fact. Majority of upper class and middle-upper class still sides with BJP! The remaining section of the society can create trouble for the BJP and RSS. But the large urban voters will eventually turn the wind in their side. So, yes, for another 5 years, we can see BJP form the government and rule the country.

Now to the second part of the question—can Narendra Modi remain PM? This is a toughie. Here’s a thing, even if BJP wins, it’s unlikely that they will win a clear majority. Meaning, while it would still remain the single largest party, it wouldn’t have the numbers of form a government alone. In this case, we would get to see a coalition government with BJP – like others and most of time – getting involved in candidates trading.

If a scene emerges when BJP has to depend on other parties to come in power, the future of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister would look uncertain. Because it’s no secret, BJP allies have had quite some problem with the ruling party and its leaders. Most notable is Shiv Sena. These allies can condition to support BJP if someone else gets selected for the PM role.

Of course, all these are purely hypothetical. How would things turn out in the general election 2019 is extremely difficult to foretell. Even when BJP is growing unpopular among the silent majority, they can still change the tide in their favor with alternate facts and Mr. Modi’s oratory skill!