Thursday, November 23, 2017

Gujarat Assembly Election 2017 latest opinion Poll. Congress is winning in coming Gujarat election in a neck to neck fight as per latest independent opinion poll/survey by Ma Mati Manush Blog carried out in Gujarat after Hardik Patel sex clip goes viral.


These are the major findings of latest independent opinion poll/survey by Ma Mati Manush Blog carried throughout all 33 districts in Gujarat during 16th Feb’17 to 21st Nov’17. Actually some resurvey was done after 15th November which is after Hardik Patel sex clip goes viral, just to provide you the real picture.

Method of survey:

Our surveyors visited all 33 districts of Gujarat. They ask opinion from total 19834 people spreading upon all section, cast, age-groups of society.  

According to Opinion Poll by MMM-Blog BJP is predicted to get 42% of vote share. Congress’ projection is 46% and the AAP just 2% & others 10%.

Congress is all set to win the election with 99 seats. BJP will be the close second with 80 seats. Others may get 2 seats & Independent just 1 seat.

(Margin of error is +- 14 seats for two major parties as in 23 seats we may see very close fight.)



We found an interesting contest is going on in Gujarat. BJP is trying hard for a sixth straight victory in the state, while Congress is striving for a comeback. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah‘s prestige is at stake in these elections.



Campaigning in Gujarat has also revealed an aggressive side of Rahul Gandhi who is trying to make a mark before donning the hat of the Congress President. Our survey is predicting a victory for the Congress so far.

New caste equations are taking shape in Gujarat as the state heads for assembly elections later this year.

Some new equations & leaders are also emerging in Gujarat.

Alpesh Thakor, an other backward castes (OBC) leader and convener of Gujarat Kshatriya Thakor Sena joined the Congress.

Rahul Gandhi already said Patel leader Hardik Patel and Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani have a voice, and this voice can’t be restrained or cannot be bought, as that voice is inside every Gujarati.

“Gujarat is priceless. It has never been bought. It can never be bought. It will never be bought,” Rahul Gandhi posted on Twitter.

Currently it’s clear that almost all new emerging leaders in Gujarat are supporting Congress.

The interesting fact about this assembly election is Patel and Dalit agitation. Patels and Dalits are not happy with BJP government as BJP failed to solve their reservation issue. Patels and Dalits accounts for 10% of Gujarat’s Population in last election Patels voted for BJP.  From this time the party who will earn trust of Patels and Dalits during election campaign is likely to win Gujarat Assembly election 2017.

Most surprisingly presently only 17.6% people prefer Rupani as the chief minister of Gujarat.

Please note that popularity ratings which Modi enjoyed in 2012. 46.3% people preferred Modi as the chief ministerial candidate when the BJP had recorded 47.9% vote share in the elections.

As far as your blog can recall, no other incumbent chief minister and no other leader whose party went on to win the elections enjoyed such low popularity since the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.


Even combining BJP leaders which include Rupani, Anandiben, Nitin Patel, Modi and Amit Shah, the party manages to get just 35% rating which is lower than the number of people who didn’t take any name (40%). This is also much lower than the predicted vote share of BJP at 42%.

MMM-Blog opinion poll survey also found that in urban areas BJP retaining their strongholds but in rural Gujarat they're loosing out badly.

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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

West Bengal ruling Trinamool Congress threw a challenge & lashed out at Mukul Roy two days after his rally. Meanwhile TMC MP Abhisekh Banerjee's lawyer sent a legal notice to Mukul Roy. Here's the copy of Legal notice & video of Arjun Singh TMC MLA's lecture where he takes on Mukul Roy.

West Bengal ruling Trinamool Congress threw a challenge & lashed out at newly entrant BJP leader Mukul Roy asked him prove his popularity even at the civic poll plus dubbed Mukul Roy as a "traitor" in a meeting yesterday.

The TMC's yuba morcha TMYC (North Kolkata) had organised a rally on 13th November at a same place at 
Esplande east where Mr Roy in his first public rally under banner of BJP on November 10.

TMYC had organized a rally here during the day to protest against demonetisation

The Trinamool Congress also said those who have joined the saffron party have compromised with the secular ideology and betrayed the people of the state.

"Mukul Roy is a traitor who has not only betrayed the people of the state but also the party. He (Roy) is saying that he has his men in all the 77,000 booths of the state. I challenge him to contest a municipal election I can assure all of you that he will be defeated," TMC MLA Arjun Singh told in the rally.

West Bengal Minister of state for Health Chandrima Bhattacharya said the people of the state are very well aware of facts and can easily identify a "political opportunist" who has changed sides for his own political interest.

State Urban Development Minister Firhad Hakim said those who have joined BJP to defeat the ideals of TMC have compromised with the secular ideology and betrayed with the people of the state.

"You are now finding fault in the political line of the party to align with Congress in 2009. Why didn't you speak for all these years? You didn't see anything wrong when you were first made a MOS for shipping and then was given the post of railways minister," TMC MLA and TMC youth leader Partha Bhowmick said.

Mukul Roy, who was once the second in command in TMC, had recently switched over to BJP alleging that TMC had turned into a 'private limited company'.

On 10th Mukul Roy slammed Mamata Banerjee and her nephew Abhisekh Banerjee. 
Mr Roy had said the TMC turned to a limited company.

Meanwhile TMC MP Abhisekh Banerjee's lawyer sent a 
legal notice to Mukul Roy threatening to sue him if he failed to issue an apology within 48 hours regarding his false statement about the brand and logo of Biswa Bangla and Jago 
Bangla.
Mr Roy on November 10 alleged that the logo and brand of Biswa Bangla, which were 
used during recently concluded FIFA World Cup under 17 were the properties of Abhishek 

Banerjee.





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Saturday, November 11, 2017

10 questions to our Hon. PM Sri Narendra Modi, his party BJP and it's blind Supporters (Bhakts)

1) Why Modiji visited Pakistan (that too without invitation) after which Pathankot etc incidents occurred?

2)Why allowing Bangladeshi ppl to cross border illegally?
Then Blaming TMC for Bangladeshi insurgency.

3) Why allowing terrorist to enter India in J&K
Which increases after Narendra Modi s Pak visit.

4) Why huge soft loan to Bangladesh, whereas no money for Bengal.

5) Why fuel & LPG price hike, when International crude oil prices are low?

6) Why Adani loan waived & fresh loan given?

7) Where is Blackmoney?

8) How Mallya runaway?

9) How Jatin Mehta runaway?


10) Why Demonetisation Disaster? Who is responsible?
Who are the beneficiaries?




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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

#DeMoDisaster #Nov8BlackDay Demonetisation’s Failure Won’t Hurt Modi, He’s Already Changed the Goalpost but Mamata Banerjee who is protesting from Day1 hits back strongly against this failure.

Now 1year after Demonetisation Failure people of India are furious they are angry against Central Government & PM Modi.
Opposition parties are protesting nationwide by celebrating November 8th as Black Day.


Although BJP, it's Bhakts & some of their pet channels/medias are trying to make people fool but facts are now Infront of everybody.

Please remember that Mamata Banerjee was the first leader who predicted that Demonetisation will be Disaster.
(Her latest FB post in this issue given in the bottom of this article)

Now it is official.

Demonetisation, which was touted to be a big reform and is alleged to have resulted in deaths of citizens, has failed. Though no authorities have admitted it yet, the Reserve Bank of India's data proves so.

As per the data released by the RBI in its annual report said, of the Rs 15.44 lakh crore of notes taken out of circulation with demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on 8 November, Rs 15.28 lakh crore returned to the system by way of deposits by the public.

The government is highly embarrassed, and to cover it up, it has again changed the goalpost. It now argues that it is good that black money has been deposited in the banks because those depositing it can now be caught. But the government had tried to prevent people from depositing demonetised currency by changing rules during the 50-day period. It is now fighting hard in the Supreme Court against giving one more chance to deposit the demonetised notes that may have been left with the old and the infirm.

The government changed the goalpost earlier in November 2016 when it suggested that the real aim of demonetisation was a cashless society. Now it says that idle money has come into the system, the cash-to-GDP ratio will decline, the tax base will expand, and so on. But none of these required demonetisation and could and should have been implemented independently. Further, anticipating the failure of demonetisation in 2016 itself, the government started saying that demonetisation is only one of the many steps to tackle the black economy.

Truly Demonetisation was a Modi-made disaster. Yet the disaster only served to propel Modi to greater electoral heights, and today, as he towers over a clueless opposition, even the return of 99% of the extinguished notes does not change the narrative of one man’s fight against corruption.

Modi had made an emotional pitch on demonetisation – “Give me 50 days, then punish me if I am wrong” – which was the lead story in all newspapers. Today who remembers that? Modi has moved on from “acche din” to “new India” and, like the Pied Piper, carried a mesmerised UP electorate with him. He swept the UP assembly, anointed Adityanath as chief minister and could not care less about what the opposition and media will now say.

Remember Modi mockingly holding forth that “hard work, not Harvard” is his core belief? So while articles will be written on the the disaster of demonetisation and social media will be awash with how the economy was torpedoed, Modi could not care less. As the Left’s Sitaram Yechury, who studied economics, and Congress’s P. Chidambaram, who served as India’s finance minister, pick holes in the figures, Modi has got away unscathed.

Now people of India asking:

FROM WHICH SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS OUR PM & FM PASSED & WHERE WERE THEY 50-DAYS AFTER ANNOUNCEMENT OF DEMONETISATION??

Mamata Banerjee's latest Facebook post on Demonetisation Black Day

""The ill-famed #Noteban 8 November is approaching.

Demonetisation is a big scam. I repeat, demonetisation is a big scam. If thorough investigation is conducted, this will be proved.

Demonetisation was not to combat black money. It was only to convert black money into white money for vested interests of political party in power.

Black money became ‘white fund’ for them and the country was plunged into darkness.

No black money could yet be brought out from the foreign accounts.

In all practical sense, it yielded big, big zero.

Neither demonetisation could combat terrorism, nor black money nor aid to development of the country.

By the devil act of demonetisation, the country has already lost its GDP worth nearly Rs.3 Lakh Crore.

Crores of workers, particularly in the informal sector, lost their jobs.

Farmers were left to starve. Over 100 people lost their lives.

People had no access to their own money in banks, even in emergency.

The memories of untold sufferings and pain thrust upon the common people still haunt our minds.

From Day 1, I had protested against this draconian decision of demonetisation by the central government and requested for its immediate withdrawal.

The Indian economy has been ruined; so has plummeted the growth rate of the country.

The GDP fell to 6.1% growth in between January and March, 2017 compared to 9.1% in the previous year. It further plummeted to 5.7% between April and June, 2017, compared to 7.9% in the previous year.

More than 75,000 industrialists were compelled to leave India and settle abroad and become NRI because of harassment in the prevailing situation. Business potential worth lakhs and lakhs of crore in India was thus lost.

Demonetisation was a Black Decision worth every sort of condemnation.

8th November #Nov8BlackDay this year will be observed as “Kaala Dibas” (Black Day) to protest against demonetisation and the unparalleled damage it caused to the country and its economy.

We are for all the people who suffered and still continue to suffer.

Their fight is our fight and we are committed to stand by them.""
(From Mamata Banerjee's official FB page).


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