Thursday, May 15, 2014

Loksabha election results India 2014: BJP moving towards clear majority

BJP is moving towards clear majority in Loksabha election results India 2014 as per present trend. NDA has already crossed three hundred mark and BJP individually is ahead in more than 265 seats. Itis worth noted that a party or an alliance need 272 seats in 543 seats Loksabha to form government with clear majority. 

We have close eyes on the trends from the early morning today and graphs of BJP and NDA are upwards continually whereas graphs of Congress and other parties show downwards trend but TMC and AIDMK. 

Analyzing the present trend we assume that BJP individually will get absolute majority in the Loksabha securing 272+ seats. If we look statewise BJP is winning all seven seats in Delhi and all 26 in Gujrat. It is winning all five seats in Uttarakhand and all two in Goa. BJP is proceeding towards winning all 25 seats in Rajasthan. However, Congress and others may win one or two seats here.

BJP led NDA has come out as biggest gainers and Congress and JDU as the biggest losers. BJP is doing extremely well in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and  Jharkhand. Biggest surprise is coming from Assam where BJP has come out as biggest party leading 8 seats out of 14. BJP will do much better in West Bengal and Tamilnadu too where its presence is negligible. 

Narendra Modi has won Baroda seat and is ahead in Varanasi. Rahul Gandhi has recovered and is now ahead of Smriti Irani, BJP. Kumar Bishwas, AAP has gone to number 4. Ajeet Singh has lost his seat from Bagpat and senior Congress leaders likes of Salman Khursheed, Beniprasad Burma, Kapil Sibbal, Jayprakash Agrawal, Captain Amrinder Singh are loosing their seats according to present trend. Mulayam Singh Yadav is trailing in Ajamgarh seat and Rabdi Devi is trailing behind in Bihar. 

It is obvious that India has voted for BJP and Narendra Modi and he will be Prime Minister of India. BJp has been securing highest ever seats in Loksabha and Congress is marginalized. Congress party will be securing lowest ever seats in history of Loksabha elections.

Jyoti Kothari
(Jyoti Kothari, Proprietor, Vardhaman Gems, Jaipur represents Centuries Old Tradition of Excellence in Gems and Jewelry. He is adviser, Vardhaman Infotech, a leading IT company in Jaipur. He is also ISO 9000 professional)


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