- Acche Din is going away from BJP’s Government.
- Swachata Abhiyan will begin in 2019’s elections for Modi Sarkar.
- Digital India is still hanging out with unemployment and poverty.
Sneak Peak of BJP Government
- Introduction of GST
- Demonetization of 86% of Indian Currency
- One Nation One Tax Policy
- Dollar Rising, Rupee Falling.
- Stock Market Thrash
A lot has been done, and a lot more has been said. Back to back victories as Gujarat CM, Mr. Narendra Damodar Modi traced his path to the 7, Lok Kalyan Marg back in 2014. Slashing the 30-year rule of Congress, BJP government once again revived success.
Post rising to the throne, Narendra Modi did not step back. Myriads of laws, multiple, projects, several reforms enthralls all. The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Banning open defecation,” Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao,” the “One Nation, One Tax,” Notebandi and the list goes on.
After this, one question arises as the Lok Sabha prepares itself for the next election in 2019.
Will The Bharatiya Janata Re-Elect The Bharatiya Janata Party?
People are all applauding for all the major and minor, required and not so required step by the PM. Also, Mr. Modi is convinced to hail the throne again; the Bharatiya Janata might not choose BJP as their leader again. Few might be happy with the alterations, but many seem to be saddened with the reforms.
A quick idea what will go wrong?
- Congress along with few other parties have set allies to oppose the one person army of Narendra Modi.
- Another being the fact that many deem him as the solitary humble yet honest man which is an oxymoron.
Top Reasons Why BJP government might find hard to raise the hillock again
Before we proceed further, just to let you know that, 2019 will soon advance with the 8-10 elections within 2018. Now, let’s dive back our main focus and see why the BJP government will lose the next Lok Sabha elections.
- Demonetization is still so painful for the country; no satisfactory results came out regarding economic growth.
- Immature planning for GST implementation without proper information and preparation. As BJP doesn’t know how big change should apply for such a big population.
- Lacking far behind in completion of promises that BJP made in 2014.
- The BJP – Shiv Sena all is on the verge of breakup. Shiv Sena made clear in his statements that he will opt for a neutral election in 2019. As of now, the former dictates their alliance, and so they seek to walk out. In the cacophony of an uncertain alliance, the BJPs commitment to regionalism does not map with that of Shiv Sena, and so divorce is inevitable.
- Almost all the opposition parties have formed an ally to Ride against the Modi led BJP government.
- A major strike towards the State-first slogan. Karnataka, the first state promoting this and will rise further with the Karnataka first approach.
- An extensive stance against the BJP by the regional rulers. Most of the regional rulers including Mamata Banerjee, K Chandrasekhar Rao, Mayawati, Akhilesh Yadav, Arvind Kejriwal, Naveen Patnaik, and even Uddhav Thackeray are all marching towards counter attacking the BJP government.
- Taking a defensive stand and squandering crucial issues such as Love Jihad’, cow vigilantism, ‘Ghar Wapsi,’ Padmavati has ruptured the index of social harmony and Modi might need to pay the price for it.
- Foreign failures. Despite all the foreign trips and multiple meets, India under the Modi government failed to persuade China over the Doklam issue and Nepal over the suicidal blockage near the Himalayas.
- The banking system of the nation is gradually declining, and NPA had raised the level to 9lakhcroroe which is nearbout the double of what it was when Modi became pm.
- The slogan of “They want to beat Modi, and I want to beat corruption” sounds great, but it seems as if it’s not working. Even though demonization raved all humans across the Nation, the black money that traveled abroad seems to settle there. The 2G scam is not attended, and the Lokpal appointment awaits.
- Where the BJP government is seeking Nation First, all the state CM are voicing state-first.
- One can stand an external riot but what if your team is out of order. Sushma Swaraj, Rajnath Singh is unhappy. The One Man Army does not please her, and she outlays the single power thought. An internal conspiracy might lead to the fall of the BJP government.
Will The Lotus Blossom Again?
Though the Congress led by a young and inexperienced Rah Gandhi seems weak, but if they ally, then the BJP government will face a tough challenge.
— Bloomberg (@business) June 5, 2018
Let’s wait and watch!