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Why did BJP suffer such a big setback this year, Prashant Kishor told the reason?

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Prashant Kishor has today given the reason for BJP’s defeat in the Lok Sabha elections. BJP has suffered a major setback in this election. Due to not being able to reach the majority, BJP will have to form the government with the NDA’s constituent parties. But Prashant Kishor has also told who is responsible for this big setback to BJP. Prashant Kishor said that BJP has maintained the belief that we will definitely win. 208 former MPs of BJP have won. But where someone was given a ticket without seeing the candidate, there has been a setback of defeat. In West Bengal, Bihar etc., they were defeated by giving such candidature. BJP knew and its internal surveys also revealed which candidates are losing, but it said without any worry that if a meeting is held, PM Modi will win. There are many such seats where BJP gave tickets by going against the election.

What is the reason for BJP’s defeat?

Speaking to India Today after the results, election strategist Prashant Kishor also explained the reason for BJP’s defeat. Prashant Kishor said, “There was nothing wrong in ‘Ab ki baar 400 paar’, but it was a half declaration. They should have clarified why they wanted 400. In 2014, it was said, enough of inflation, now Modi government. Because again they want to reduce inflation. This time you said 400 ke paar. This made some people think that they are arrogant. Some people thought that this is a conspiracy, capitalizing on which the opposition said that they have 400 votes to change the Constitution.

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Prashant Kishor further said that he had written the slogan of BJP crossing 400. This was his biggest mistake. Apart from this, it became viral on social media because some BJP leaders asked him to give 400 seats to change the constitution. BJP suffered the most loss due to this.

Prashant Kishor further said that those who are opposing BJP and Prime Minister Modi have the same motive. We want to stop BJP at any cost. For example, PM Modi’s vote share in Varanasi seat decreased by only two percent compared to 2014, but the opposition’s vote share increased from 20 percent to 41 percent, reducing the margin of victory significantly. People knew how to vote for the loser. PM Modi has defeated Congress and SP alliance candidate Ajay Rai by 1.5 lakh votes from Varanasi, whereas in the last Lok Sabha elections, PM Modi had won by about 4 lakh 80 thousand votes.

Pratik Mehta

Pratik Mehta

I am Pratik Mehta, a passionate business news writer dedicated to covering economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments.

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