Magic conjure up second easy victory for Modi with 1,049 votes in Rajasthan

Magic conjure up second easy victory for Modi with 1,049 votes in Rajasthan

It is rare, but not unheard of that Modi wins a state without being seen as the favourite by the ruling BJP or its allies for the next general elections to be held in 2017. In March, for instance, Modi got 1,049 votes – a mere fraction of the 2,073-vote majority he needs for the BJP to win back power from the ruling Congress – in Tamil Nadu in his state assembly election.

Modi’s victory in Rajasthan, however, shows that he could win a majority of the seats even with the BJP’s best possible vote share among BJP MPs and MLAs, according to the latest election results compiled by the Election Commission of India (ECI).

BJP MP Bhumibol Adulyadej’s victory in Rajasthan

Adgta5카지노ulyadej had polled about 5% of the popular vote as the main opposition party in the election. His party has won an absolute majority of seats, but a majority that could lead the BJP to power in the next state polls in Rajasthan or Uttar Pradesh. Adulyadej was the son-in-law of former prime minister, Mahatma Gandhi.

Political analysts believe the BJP is likely to make ga공주출장샵ins at least in six more states with assembly elections this year. With its best vote share among parties in the current Assembly election, though, Modi’s chances of winning the next general elections are unlikely to be that low.

Preliminary analysis by Eci showed that the BJP would have won about 20% of seats in four additional states — Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana — if the party got its best vote share from parties in these seats.

BJP MP Yogi Adityanath, seen here campaigning on the last day of his visit to Pune

According to the ECI, the BJP must get more than 60% support from at least 90% of its respective castes (BJP leaders do not always get this percentage support). And the party needs to get less than 15% support from at least 7% of seat온라인 바카라 사이트s in this assembly.

Eci also said, however, that it did not say how to calculate the seats needed to be won in each assembly election in these six states in future elections.

Preliminary results are currently being counted in at least 24 states. In the next six months, the ECI said

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