Loksabha Election 2019 who will win?

India, Loksabha, Election, 2019,

Next Loksabha (General elections) may be a year ahead but still, we can hear lots of buzz about them. As this year will pass, we will hear more talks on this topic. Next year, when Indians will again come out of their homes to vote for the next government at the centre, then we will get the answer that the People of India are still with Narendra Modi or they are going to break with him this time. 

In the last Loksabha election, the BJP won these elections single-handedly without the need for any external support. This was a great show by any single political party to attain a majority at the centre and it happened after a long time. Due to this huge support of the Indian voters, the BJP government got the confidence to take some of the strong decisions related to India like demonetization and GST.  

Narendra Modi and his BJP government are very confident of winning again 2019 general elections as they believe that Modi's magic is still working. In the last 10 years, the BJP has emerged as a big political party which has a pan-India presence, unlike the earlier BJP which was present in Hindi-speaking belts only. At present BJP has governments in 21 out of 29 states thus making it a strong candidate to win the 2019 Loksabha elections. 

However, Indian voters are not so easy to predict and there are few states like Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan etc where it will be hard for the BJP to repeat the same performance as it did in 2014. There are many surveys available related to the 2019 elections and what would be the outcome and most of them point out that the BJP is likely to win again but its seats will decrease. The passing year time is very crucial for the BJP and the opposition as the upcoming events will make or break the mood of common Indians. 

In recent times, Rahul Gandhi, president of the Indian National Congress, the oldest political party in India, has become very aggressive and he misses no opportunity to target Modi and his political decisions. Other small political parties are also trying to regain their strength so that they can give an alternative like the third front. All these factors are likely to make the upcoming Loksabha (general election) very crucial and things will become more clear as the time for elections comes close. 
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