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Assembly Elections 2018: Narendra Modi Vs Rahul Gandhi, who will win the semis?

By TNP Digital Desk -
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  • 11th December 2018,
  • 6:42 AM

State Assembly Elections 2018: Its battle semi-finals and the counting for all the states Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Mizoram which went into elections began at 8:00 AM today and the current status says that Narendra Modi-led BJP and Rahul Gandhi’s INC are having a neck to neck competition to win the majority of seats this Assembly Elections. Assembly Elections 2018: The Election Commission is all set to declare the results of Assembly Elections 2018 today and this might be the first time that the Narendra Modi Led BJP might […]

State Assembly Elections 2018: Its battle semi-finals and the counting for all the states Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Mizoram which went into elections began at 8:00 AM today and the current status says that Narendra Modi-led BJP and Rahul Gandhi’s INC are having a neck to neck competition to win the majority of seats this Assembly Elections.

Assembly Elections 2018: The Election Commission is all set to declare the results of Assembly Elections 2018 today and this might be the first time that the Narendra Modi Led BJP might lose the election in a direct fight with Rahul Gandhi Led Congress. It can be seen from the reports that both the parties have given tough competition to one another in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The BJP is routed in three states and looks like in Madhya Pradesh the Congress and BJP were battling neck to neck, however, BJP is leading with 114 seats in the state followed by Congress with 107 seats. However, as per the routing the Lotus party, which is in power in all states which went into elections.

In Rajasthan also, Congress is leading with 95 seats to sweeping out BJP, which is following with 79 seats. Moreover, Congress has crossed the halfway mark for the first time in Madhya Pradesh in this Assembly Elections 2018. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed the media where he did not much talk about the Election but has his say that whatever the result is, all the parties should think about the betterment of the people rather than having grudges against each other, He said that there have to be sharp debates on all issues indicating that he is open to discussions after this political battle.

It is quite evident from the numbers popping out that the Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is likely to be slaughtered by the Congress to make a majority. In Mizoram, the local party Mizoram Mizo National Front (MNF) is leading with 28 seats followed by Congress with 7 and BJP with 1 seat. In Chattisgarh Congress leads with 58, BJP with 22 and BSP with 1 seat. While Telangana has voted 87 seats to TRS, 18 seats for Congress and BJP at

So far the scenario looks pretty much this. However, it is yet to be seen whether the Narendra Modi-led government finally gets overthrown by the Congress winning majority or compromises to form a coalition with other parties.

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