Ridiculous propaganda by a Congress Stooge.In a multitude of uncertainties about the 2019 polls, there is one fact we can all agree on: This will not be a wave election. There is neither an upsurge of support for Prime Minister Narendra Modi nor any sort of mass rage against him (of the kind the Congress had to face in 2014).
On the ground, there is, however, clear discontent and simmering anger with the government over economic issues, especially the jobs crisis and agrarian distress. This can erupt in many localised pockets.The Bharatiya Janata Party strategy — apart from redressal through welfare schemes in the interim budget — is to look for other headlines to deflect from the narrative about a desultory economic situation. Hindutva is one such election headline and corruption is evidently the other.
Both the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) swoop in West Bengal in relation to a chit fund scam and the interrogation of Robert Vadra by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on charges of money laundering are to fortify this counter-narrative. The problem is this: The BJP has got its timing all wrong.
To act on corruption charges in the twilight of its tenure is not smart politics. It may have handed over the advantage to the oppositionwww.hindustantimes.com
Are you fro the Tukde-Tukde gang of JNU? All that you have written is wrong and a Congress Propaganda. There are people dying of hunger in india, can you say that India is starving its people? There are Chors who cannot run a business without the use of BlackMoneyy, does this mean that Indians are all corrupt? Dont bend statistics to suit your thinking. You are doing an injustice towards the nation.In the backdrop of Pulwama and the Balakot air strikes, there is a surge in popularity for the current govt. Despite this, I am sticking to my 50 seat projection.
Let me explain why -
1. This is actually a huge wave election - just that it is a massive anti govt wave - massive anti incumbency.
2. Farmers are so upset, they are furious that despite 100s of protests over 2 yrs, the govts did not even meet the farmer leaders forget about addressing the issues. And the dole of 2000 is peanuts given the scale of disaster.
3. Traders and entire sectors like textiles, real estate etc.. are devastated with massive job losses. All states are in dire crisis, the highest job loss hit is on UP and Bihar as they were the highest construction workers all across the country.
4. Joblessness - 45 year high and it is terrible to see graduates, masters and PhDs applying for menial jobs.
5. People know that the huge economic impact is due to demonetisation and GST. This narrative is deeply embedded in thier psyche now,
6. India today is extremely well informed unlike 1940s till 1990s. So people know that this govt has not delivered on its promises and are repeatedly raising it in social media.
7. Alliances airthmetic in UP and Bihar and Karnataka will help the mahagatbhandan. Congress has surged ahead under Rahul. It is big surprise to see in the recent "times of india" poll survey, that 43% view Rahul as a credible alternative across the nation. And what a shock this had to be after so much of the Pappu branding...lol
8. BJP core supporters are the traders, msmes and they are the biggest hit in the economy.
9. Nationalism is important but when there is no food on table, and this govt refuses to even acknowledge that demo and GST caused such economic hardships, there is a valconic anger underneath.
10. Finally, people are clearly lying to pollsters, aka harischandran effect , and hence all these issues are not reflected well in the pre poll surveys. In south, BJP wil make very little inroads, and due to severe job crisis in north, there will be massive anti incumbency. And they are indirectly indicating in the surveys that jobs are the #1 issue and that this issue will decide their vote.
In short, farmers, youth who are jobless across all strata of society, traders, msmes, independent and Nuetral Hindus, minorities, govt employees (CBI, RBI, etc,.) will overwhelmingly vote against this govt.
LOL. On the contrary, you are the one doing a great injustice to the nation by pushing a "failed govt" based on right wing propaganda !!Are you fro the Tukde-Tukde gang of JNU? All that you have written is wrong and a Congress Propaganda. There are people dying of hunger in india, can you say that India is starving its people? There are Chors who cannot run a business without the use of BlackMoneyy, does this mean that Indians are all corrupt? Dont bend statistics to suit your thinking. You are doing an injustice towards the nation.
It is vice-versa.lolPM Modi Least Liked In South & Punjab, Popularity Just 2.2% In TN
Almost all of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visits to south India, particularly Tamil Nadu, have been marked by slogans of “Modi Go Back” by local groups as well as on social media. If survey data is to be believed, the protests may well represent a broader phenomenon: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s deep unpopularity in the south.