Monday, December 18, 2017

An analysis of Gujarat Election 2017 Result, where Congress went wrong, Also lesson for coming 2019 Parliamentary/General (Loksabha) election is that opposition should fight jointly with putting aggressive leader like Mamata Banerjee as PM candidate. Hope Congress will realize it before 2019 election.

Gujarat Assembly Election Results (Leads + Win till 2.35pm) showing:

101 for BJP
79 for Congress
02 for others
This result shows victory for BJP in Gujarat with small margin, where for Congress in spite of giving good fight they should learn some lesson from this election.
Forget about achieving Mission-150 goal with 101 seats (Leads + Win till 1.55pm) BJP even has fallen short of its 2012 tally of 115 seats & if you compare with 2014 General Election where BJP was ahead in 160 assembly segment this result is a setback.

Still we should congratulate Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for securing fifth term in Gujarat.

Where Congress went wrong:
As the Congress put up a good fight in Gujarat, but still lost the elections to the BJP, here is a look at the important takeaways for the party this time.

1) No CM candidate or less priority to local old Congressi leaders.
2) Manishankar Aiyar’s NEECH remarks which sparks GUJARAT-Ashmita

3) Tribal (Adivasi) vote goes to BJP
4) Shankar Singh Vaghela’s exit

5) Not using other opposition party or not doing alliance

Lesson from Gujarat Election Results for coming 2019 Parliamentary/General (Loksabha) election:
Projecting Rahul Gandhi as PM candidate will be disaster for opposition.

Opposition should fight jointly.

Rahul Gandhi should work jointly with Mamata Banerjee, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Akhilesh Yadav, Arvind Kejriwal, Mayabati, Karunanidhi, Sharad Power etc.
It seems in 2019 most acceptable PM candidate from opposition will be none other than Didi Mamata Banerjee who is fearlessly & aggressively fighting for common people.
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Thanks & Vande Mataram!! Saroop Chattopadhyay.

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