The results of the by-elections held on seven assembly seats in six states clearly show that in the assembly elections to be held in five states (Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Telangana and Mizoram) by the month of December this year, there will be a fierce ‘vote war’ between the the ruling alliance at the Center ‘NDA’ and opposition alliance ‘INDIA’.
Out of these five states, only two states (Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram) have governments of BJP and its allies, while three states have governments of opposition parties.
Among these, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan have Congress party governments, while in Telangana, the regional party Bharat Telangana Samiti is in power.
As far as electoral equations are concerned, it can be said that the alliance of 28 different opposition parties, INDIA, has been formed keeping in mind the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Therefore, there will be a tight and direct contest between BJP and Congress in these five states.
Recently, by-elections were held on seven assembly seats, apart from Ghosi seat of Uttar Pradesh, Dhupguri of Bengal, Puthupalli of Kerala, Bageshwar of Uttarakhand, Dumri of Jharkhand and Boxanagar and Dhanpur seats of Tripura are included.
Of these, three seats (Bageshwar, Dhanpur and Boxanagar) have gone to BJP and the remaining four seats have gone to the alliance parties of India.
Out of all these, Ghosi seat of Uttar Pradesh has the most importance because BJP leader Yogi Adityanath is in power in Uttar Pradesh.
Yogi ji’s government is considered a very strong government and it is understood that the way Yogi ji has maintained his hold on the voters of the state at the administrative and social level has loosened. Ghosi seat has been won by Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party which had full support of Congress and other parties of India.
‘INDIA’ has won this election against BJP’s NDA, due to which the morale of the opposition parties seems to have increased.
But BJP has also made it clear by winning two seats in Tripura state where it is in power.
Similarly, it’s also won the seat of Uttarakhand. Here too there is BJP government. By winning the seats it has been made clear where his government is in power. Similarly, it also won the seat of Uttarakhand. Here too there is BJP government. By winning the seats it has been made clear where his government is in power. Similarly, it also won the seat of Uttarakhand. Here too there is BJP government. Despite Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress being in power in Bengal’s Dhupguri seat, it has got this seat whereas BJP had got this seat in last year’s elections.
In Kerala, the Congress Party candidate has won the by-election by defeating the Marxist Party candidate. If seen this way, the Dumri seat of Jharkhand has been won by the candidate of ‘Jharkhand Mukti March’ where he had a fight with the BJP candidate. The Kerala seat was won by the Congress party by defeating the state level Left Front candidate of the ruling Marxist party.
Of course, we cannot consider by-elections as a yardstick, but they can definitely give an idea of the ‘mood’ of the voters.
Candidates of ruling parties usually win in by-elections. Among these, the seat of Ghosi (Uttar Pradesh) is considered important because the route to the throne of Delhi lies through Uttar Pradesh, the country’s largest state. Is. This state has the maximum number of 80 Lok Sabha seats. Ghosi is in eastern Uttar Pradesh and was once considered a communist stronghold.
In 1967, when for the first time in the state, under the leadership of Chaudhary Charan Singh, the Joint Legislative Party (Samvid) government was formed with the MLAs of anti-Congress opposition parties, and the then MLA of Communist Party of India from Ghosi itself was in it. Jharkhande Rai became the Food Minister.
Samajwadi Party has won this seat with the support of all the member parties of the India Alliance. The biggest message of this by-election is that the voters have now decided to get rid of the old caste equations.
Because SP candidate from Ghosi, Sudhakar Singh is a Thakur while BJP candidate Dara Singh Chauhan is considered to be a backward caste. This can also be interpreted to mean that the voter has started thinking beyond the caste based boundaries. Uttar Pradesh is called the stronghold of BJP and the fort of Yogi. If the candidate of any party of India Alliance wins here by a record margin of votes, then it definitely indicates that political parties should be cautious. Fifth note of musical scale.
In Bengal, Mamata Di’s party has captured the seat won by BJP in the last elections, but in Tripura, BJP has captured both the seats even though BJP is in power in this state. Therefore, no definite conclusion can be reached on the basis of by-elections, but it can definitely be said that there is definitely an equation of four and three between India alliance and BJP’s NDA alliance.
But this is what is called democracy in which supporters of any political party keep changing. Therefore, both BJP and Congress are calling it a victory for their respective alliances.
But the real contest between the two alliances at the state level will be seen only in the assembly elections of five states to be held by the month of December.