After the defeat in five states, the BJP does not want to lose the power in the centre in any condition. The Lok Sabha Elections are going to take place in this year. Prior to the Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi has announced to lead hundred rallies, which he started yesterday by a rally in Gurdaspur, Punjab. According to BJP, PM Modi will organize a total of hundred rallies in 20 states. At present, preparations for such a political rival have not been drawn up among other opposition parties, including Congress president Rahul Gandhi.
Earlier, in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, PM Modi had organized about 5000 programs as a BJP candidate for PM post. The presidents of many associate parties will also present in these rallies. PM Modi can try to attract every class, caste and community in all the rallies. Before the completion of five years of his tenure, PM Modi will also announce the achievements of the Central Government in all his hundred rallies.
This time, the situation is quite different than the Lok Sabha elections 2014. There was a tremendous wave of BJP coming to power in the last elections but this time, it has the challenge to save its power. The major reason of it is the resentment of BJP’s own allies like Shivsena, Apna Dal, Suheldev Indian society, towards the party. All these parties play an important role in the formation of NDA government, which are currently angry with the BJP.
In the previous elections, the BJP had almost ousted the country’s oldest party from the map of Indian politics. Congress is also trying to gradually come into its old and strong form. We have seen its result in the assembly elections 2018. Although we cannot say that the BJP is weak at this time but it’s clear, this time the opposition is quite strong than 2014. The general elections may be held in March-April 2019, although this official announcement has not yet been made.