BJP has been preparing to repair itself for the Scheduled Tribes reserved for Lok Sabha seats
Taking lessons from the defeat in the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party has been preparing to repair its fort before the Lok Sabha elections. For the first time after two decades in the state-tribal, vote bank has slipped from BJP's hands. In such a situation, the BJP is getting a tough challenge for the Scheduled Tribes reserved for Lok Sabha seats. In such a way, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to meet tribals today through a rally in the edge of the state.
In Madhya Pradesh, the Scheduled Tribe (ST) population has a population of about 23 percent. Of the 29 Lok Sabha seats in the state, six seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes, including Shahdol, Mandla, Betul, Khargone, Dhar and Ratlam. The BJP won all six seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, but in the by-election by the Ratlam seat, the Congress snatched the seat from BJP.
In Madhya Pradesh tribal voters were considered to be the traditional voters of BJP, but in the recent assembly elections, Congress has managed to break into this vote bank. In the reserved seats for the Scheduled Tribes, the BJP has suffered heavy losses. In Madhya Pradesh from Malwa to the Mahakaushal area, BJP had to suffer a lot. If this is the voting pattern, then in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, it will be difficult for BJP to handle its fort.
There are 8 seats under the Mandla Lok Sabha seat. In the 2018 assembly elections, the Congress had 6 and BJP got 2 seats. While BJP's Faggan Singh Kulaste won the 2014 Lok Sabha election. Similarly, there are 8 seats under the Ratlam-Jhabua Lok Sabha seat, in which Congress managed to win five and BJP 3 seats. At present, Kantilal Bhuria is the Congress MP from this constituency.
Khargone has eight seats under Lok Sabha seat, out of which Congress won 6, BJP one seat and independents won 1. Here, Subhash Patel is MP from BJP. In the same constituency, eight assembly seats, out of which Congress won in 6 and BJP won in two seats. Savitri Thakur of BJP is presently a Member of Parliament If there is a voting pattern in this way, the road to returning to Khargone and Dhar constituencies for the BJP seems difficult.
Betul and Shahdol are two Lok Sabha seats under which eight-eight assembly seats are available. In both the parliamentary seats in the 2018 Assembly elections, both the Congress and BJP parties have managed to win four to four seats. Jyoti Dhravya is BJP MP from Betul seat and Gyan Singh is MP in Shahdol seat.
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BJP will get a big boost in Odisha, West Bengal and North-Eastern states in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections: Amit Shah
Bharatiya Janata Party national president Amit Shah has claimed that we will get a big majority in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He said that in the states of Odisha, West Bengal and North-East, the BJP will get a big boost. Not only that, he said that in UP, we are going to win more seats than ever before.
Asked Amit Shah how many seats would the NDA get in 2019? On this, Amit Shah said that it is difficult to figure out the seats, but we will be stronger in advance and Narendra Modi will once again become the Prime Minister of the country.
Amit Shah said that in the last Lok Sabha election we had a clean sweep in many states. In such cases, if we lose some seats in these states, which will compensate us through states like North-East, West Bengal and Odisha. In these states, BJP and its allies will get a bigger victory than before.
BJP has been focusing on the Northeast, West Bengal and Odisha since the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. In view of this, from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to BJP President Amit Shah and the Central Government ministers are constantly visiting these states.
The result of this is that BJP has emerged as the second largest party in West Bengal by leaving behind Congress and Left parties in Panchayat and by-election. Apart from this, in the North-East Assam, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh, and Manipur, where the government has been able to form the government. At the same time, we have achieved success in opening a party account in Meghalaya and Nagaland. Before Modi came to power, there was no government in any state of the northeast.
In the northeast, the BJP is considered to be the key role in its inception. Before 2014, there was no BJP base in the Northeast. For the BJP, the political land of the North-East was like poison, on which Union's hard work and Narendra Modi's strategy have worked to feed the lotus. Due to this, BJP President Amit Shah is looking forward to a big victory in the North-East in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
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Arvind Kejriwal has postponed his hunger strike because of the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has postponed his hunger strike which was going to start from March 1. On Tuesday, Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that I am avoiding my hunger strike because of the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan. He said that at this time, we are standing together as a country. Kejriwal was scheduled to sit on an indefinite hunger strike demanding Delhi's full statehood.
Arvind Kejriwal has been seeking Delhi's full statehood for a long time. Recently, he had announced that he will be on indefinitely hunger strike from March 1 and will unite the people of Delhi on this issue.
Kejriwal praises Air Strike
As soon as the news of the action taken by the Indian Air Force in Pakistan came to light on Tuesday, then Arvind Kejriwal was one of the leaders who welcomed this action. He tweeted that he salutes the Indian Air Force and congratulates on this action.
Kejriwal is firm on giving full state status to Delhi
Prior to the Lok Sabha elections, Arvind Kejriwal is once again on the road to agitation. He said that through this strike, he will send a message to the people of Delhi that all seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi will be given to the Aam Aadmi Party only.
He claimed that if the Aam Aadmi Party gets the 7th Lok Sabha seat in Delhi, then it will take full statehood within two years.
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Earthquake tremors, felt in several areas of NCR including Delhi
Earthquake tremors were felt in the area of NCR including the capital Delhi on Wednesday morning. Earthquake shocks were felt in many parts of western Uttar Pradesh including Delhi. It is being told that the center of the earthquake was Baghpat of western Uttar Pradesh. No damage has been reported from the earthquake shock yet. Appointment of earthquake 6 km of land was down.
Accurate earthquake information on Wednesday
Intensity - 4.0
Time - 7 am to 59 minutes
Epicenter - 6 km of land bottom
Center - Baghpat Area, Uttar Pradesh
Earthquake shocks have been felt not only on Delhi-NCR but in many parts of the world on Wednesday. Earthquake tremors were felt in many parts of Tajikistan and parts of the US on Wednesday. An intensity earthquake of 3.7-rickety scale in the US was felt in Bluffdale.
The significance of the intensity of an earthquake
Seismograph only reveals the earthquake on the 0 to 1.9 rq. Scale.
- There is a slight vibration when the earthquake occurs at 2 to 2.9 meters.
- If there is an earthquake on a 3 to 3.9-liter scale, then a truck passes near you, it has an impact.
- 4 to 4.9 Richter scale can cause windows to break when earthquakes occur. Tangled frames can fall on the walls.
- Furniture can move when an earthquake occurs at 5 to 5.9 Richter scale.
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Nationwide closure of traders on 18 February against the terrorist attack in Pulwama
Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has called for nationwide closure on Monday 18th February after the terrorist attack in Pulwama. It has been called in order to express sympathy for the families of the 40 CRPF martyrs who were killed in the attack.
CAIT said that the market will be closed during this shutdown. Wholesale and retail markets will be closed in Delhi. Besides Delhi, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu, and Kashmir will also be included in the block.
On February 14, 40 CRPF personnel were martyred in the terror attack in Pulwama, Kashmir. In this attack, terrorists Adil Ahmed Dar attacked an explosive-laden car with a CRPF convoy. There were several dozen carts in this convoy, one of which was hit by the vehicle. CAIT general secretary Praveen Khandelwal has said that the traders will also keep one day closure on February 18. All merchants will also get a march in their states.
He said that the organization of merchants will also provide financial assistance to the families of martyrs who will be given directly to the relatives of the martyrs. The organization also says that China is continuously helping Pakistan, so the goods made by China will also be boycotted. The organization has said that peaceful demonstrations will be performed throughout the country. However, the means and objects of public transport will not be barred.
Delhi's main markets include Chandni Chowk, Khari Baavali, Kashmiri Gate, Chavdi Bazar, Sadar Bazar, Connaught Place, Karol Bagh, Rajouri Garden, Kamla Nagar, South Extension, Lajpat Nagar, Lakshmi Nagar, Preet Vihar, Shahdara, Gandhi Nagar etc. The markets will remain closed.