It doesn’t matter who wins today..; ‘Dhurla’ writer’s post on election results is in discussion

On Tuesday, Indian voters cast a mixed vote for the first time in ten years, defying most exit poll predictions that the third Lok Sabha election under Narendra Modi would be one-sided. Forget about the 400 mark, the NDA could not even cross the 300 mark. The ruling BJP could not go beyond 250 seats. Although it is certain that the NDA will form the next government with an absolute majority, on this occasion the coalition government will once again come to the center of Indian politics. Reactions are coming from various fields on this result of the Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, a post written by Kshitij Patwardhan, a famous writer of Marathi art world, has come into discussion.

Post by Kshitij Patwardhan-

No matter who wins today, Kshitij has written a post saying that democracy has won. In the caption of this post, he said, ‘Today’s highlights.’ Commenting on Kshitij’s post, actress Priya Bapat posted an emoji saying ‘100 percent truth’. Actress Tejaswini Pandit has also shared this post of Kshitij in her Insta story. She also posted an emoji saying ‘100 percent truth’.

Many BJP leaders and countless workers were assuming that the NDA would win 350 to 400 seats or maybe even more and that the BJP would cross the 300 mark for the second time in a row. In all this, the unexpected combination of the Congress and the ‘India’ alliance was as important as the response of the BJP or the NDA. The Congress party crossed the 100 mark for the first time in ten years, while the Bharat Aghadi crossed the 200 mark in its first attempt. The Bharat Aghadi registered several surprising victories in the states of Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Haryana, Karnataka.

In Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party broke the BJP’s fort. In West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee caused an unexpected downfall of the BJP. In Karnataka, the Congress won some seats from the BJP. While in Maharashtra, Sharad Pawar, Uddhav Thackeray and the Congress’s Maha Vikas Aghadi blocked the BJP’s progress and broke the allies. The BJP retained most of the seats in Bihar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. While Odisha achieved significant success. In Andhra Pradesh too, it benefited from the alliance with Chandrababu Naidu.


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