Be it NDA or ‘united opposition’… What is the gameplan for Lok Sabha elections 2024? understand here -aabtak24


Lok Sabha Election 2024 Game Plan: Lok Sabha Election 2024 is less than a year away, on one hand all the opposition parties have united and formed a coalition of 26 parties. On the other hand, the ruling BJP-led NDA alliance also took a pledge on July 18 to form the government for the third consecutive time in the upcoming general elections. 

All political parties have geared up for the general elections to be held next year. BJP has prepared its game plan for the Lok Sabha elections. Let’s know what will be the game plan of Lok Sabha elections 2024. 

Electoral state first in game plan
BJP’s game plan is not only Maharashtra, but it also includes Bihar, Rajasthan and initially all those states which have assembly elections before Lok Sabha elections. is to be elected. BJP is planning to challenge the ruling party in Tamil Nadu, Jharkhand along with saving its decade-old tradition in UP and Haryana. At the same time, the Congress has also won power in two states of Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh in the recent past, where it is ready to give a tough fight to the BJP. 

The question of 80 seats in Uttar Pradesh and 48 seats in Maharashtra
The ruling BJP of Uttar Pradesh has been successful in winning the hearts of the people here twice. However, this time the alliance of the state’s regional party SP, Congress can trouble them. Also, if the initiative of opposition unity lasts till the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, then it can spoil the electoral equation of BJP. Following political turmoil in Maharashtra, Congress’s MVA alliance with Uddhav Thackeray and NCP-led faction is expected to get sympathy votes from the state, reports India Today.

Also, in the game plan for Maharashtra, contesting elections with strong leaders and ministers of the state and taking advantage of the rebellion of Shiv Sena after the last assembly may be BJP’s plan. Combining both the states, there are a total of 128 Lok Sabha seats in which BJP currently has 85 seats, Congress 1, Shiv Sena United 18, NCP 4, BSP 10 and SP 5. 

Battle for 40 seats in Bihar and 42 in West Bengal
According to India Today, in states like Bihar and Bengal where there is a non-BJP government, the party needs to focus on its strategy as well Many challenges may also have to be faced. Janata Dal United, once an ally of BJP in Bihar politics, is now in alliance with Congress RJD. This is considered a big challenge for the BJP. At the same time, the people’s mandate in the panchayat elections held in Bengal and TMC joining the opposition unity is also a big challenge for the BJP in West Bengal.

Talking about BJP’s game plan, the party is thinking of doing a different experiment in Bihar by bringing together the leaders of all the communities. The NDA alliance in Bihar has a plan to target the vote banks of all sections. On the other hand, to hurt the Mamta Banerjee government of West Bengal, BJP will speak openly on the issues of panchayat election violence. Along with this, a core can also target the vote bank regarding the implementation of CAA in the state. There are a total of 82 Lok Sabha seats in these two states. 

These states will be closely monitored
BJP will be eyeing a total of 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab. Presently BJP has only 2 seats there. Though all the four Lok Sabha seats are occupied by the BJP in Himachal Pradesh, but it lost power in the recently held assembly elections, after which it is considered a challenge for the party there too. 

All 10 Lok Sabha seats in Haryana are also with the BJP. BJP has not won a single out of 39 Lok Sabha seats in Tamil Nadu, so this is the biggest challenge for the state party. BJP will try its best to establish its hold here. Odisha and Jharkhand have a total of 34 seats out of which BJP has 19 seats. 

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