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BJP Will Win With a Big Margin in Assam: Devendra Fadnavis

  by NEWSNER , 2021-03-17 10:21:06


BJP Will Win With a Big Margin in Assam: Devendra Fadnavis

Reacting to National Congress Party Chief Sharad Pawar's prediction on upcoming assembly elections, Fadnavis said, "Even our adversaries have accepted that BJP will win in Assam. Although I do not accept as true with Sharad Pawar Ji's whole statement, if he also believes that BJP will win in Assam, it goes on to point out that we'll register an enormous win.

 

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday stated that the party will register an enormous win in Assam.

 

Reacting to National Congress Party Chief Sharad Pawar's prediction on upcoming assembly elections, Fadnavis said, "Even our adversaries have accepted that BJP will win in Assam. Although I do not accept as true with Sharad Pawar Ji's whole statement, if he also believes that BJP will win in Assam, it goes on to point out that we'll register an enormous win.

 

Fadnavis made the state during his visit to Guwahati.

 

Sharad Pawar on Sunday said that the BJP will retain power in Assam, but other parties will win in other states.

 

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"In Assam, the BJP's condition is relatively better (than other states). In one state (Assam), BJP will retain power while in other states, other political parties will win elections. this is often the trend and that I am sure this new trend from five states will show a replacement thanks to the state," he added.

 

He further said, "Despite all the misuse of state machinery by the BJP, Mamata Banerjee will retain her state."

 

Four states and one union territory - West Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, getting to be|are"> are going to be going to poll within the coming months.

 

West Bengal is probably going to witness a triangular contest at this point with TMC, Congress-Left-Indian Secular Front alliance and therefore the BJP within the fray. Elections are going to be held in eight phases within the state ranging from March 27 with the ultimate round of voting happening on April 29.

 

Assembly elections in Assam for 126 seats are going to be held in three phases starting on March 27, April 1 and April 6. The counting of votes will happen on May 2. Five political parties including Congress, All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), Communist Party of India (CPI), CPI(Marxist), CPI(Marxist-Leninist) and Anchalik Gana Morcha will contest polls together to oust the BJP's Sonowal government from power.

 

Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Puducherry are going to be held during a single phase on April 6. Counting of votes for all four states and one Union Territory will happen on May 2.

 

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