Welcome to Right Angle Maharashtra and Haryana assembly election results are announced BJP won a solid victory in general elections 2019 people have raised a question about whether the Bharatiya Janata Party will retain or not its government in these two states. All the voters gave judgment in the favor of BJP in two states Compared to the 2014 election results BJP lost its lead in 2019, so some questions may be raised. Is there any anti-incumbency in BJP ruling states? Congress really, again gaining ground? Are people leaning towards regional parties ..? What will be the future of coalition politics? In the face of such doubts, I will try to analyze the present state. 1. Is there growing opposition to the BJP? Maharashtra, Haryana… In these two states, the BJP was confined to very few seats till 2014. In Maharashtra BJP party allied competition to Shiv Sena, in 2014 BJP, became the largest party by winning the highest assembly seats. In Haryana till 2014, the BJP was limited to very few seats, BJP came to power in 2014 and surprised to a political phenomenon Facing many negatives from scratch, The BJP, which has continued to come to power in its own two states, will not be able to maintain it for a second time Analysts say the BJP’s success is to overcome the usual opposition to the government. Almost 50 years before 2014 in Maharashtra, no chief minister ruled for 5 years. Almost 50 years before 2014 in Maharashtra, no chief minister ruled for 5 years.d And people are blessed to last 5 more years. In 2014, BJP, Shiv Sena contested separately. The BJP, which contested 260 seats, won 122 seats. The BJP, which contested 260 seats, won 122 seats. This time it contested 150 seats and won 105 seats. That means this time, even better results compared to the past. In the case of Haryana, BJP won 47 seats out of 90 seats in 2014 elections and form a government, has now that figure was reduced to 40. The BJP is just 6 seats away from the magic figure, overcoming many caste adjustments and opposition to the government according to Exit polls, BJP didn’t get an easy win The BJP’s victory does not mean that the people do not completely reject the party that has been in power for 5 years. 2. Does Congress look like an alternative force to the BJP? The answer to this question is not whether the election results. Congress Influence was increased than the 2014 elections But these figures are too small for the Congress that ruled the country after independence The Congress in power in Maharashtra was confined to just 42 seats in 2014. This time the two positions were mostly aligned with 44 positions. The Congress party is limited to fewer seats than the ally NCP. Despite winning more than 2014 seats in Haryana, the Congress could not resist the BJP’s victory Congress party approaching regional parties, offering chief ministerial post if BJP does not come to power Analysts say that the Congress party cannot make it clear to the public that we are the alternative to the BJP. They say that the Congress is conveying the BJP’s defeat as their victory. 3. What will be the impact of coalition politics? Coalition governments will be formed in Maharashtra and Haryana. BJP to share power with Shiv Sena in Maharashtra This is a worrying consequence for the BJP. Shiv Sena has made statements contrary to the BJP’s decisions on several occasions before the 2019 elections, is difficult for Fadnavis The Shiv Sena has been involved in agitations against the BJP government’s decision on the Mumbai RFRF In some cases, there were differences between the BJP and the Shiv Sena It is common for the Shiv Sena to take their stakes in the coming days as the Modi government has made several policy decisions from 2014 to 2019 we will see how BJP handle this situation was very The BJP should not take a step back in support of JJP chief Dushyantchautala, who has decisive power in Haryana. The BJP, which has so far led the government without anyone relying on it, must now act in a friendly manner. In the coming days, it will be necessary to look at how the allies are involved in everything from starting positions to delivering key decisions. 4. What does the BJP and Congress have to learn from these results? The voters of Maharashtra and Haryana have put the most sensible results before the political parties. Regional issues should also be addressed while upholding national integrity decisions, including the repeal of Article 370 and the Triple Talaq Bill. The ruling BJP has continued to maintain stable governance, including checks and balances Analysts say people should feel obliged to act on certain issues while being told to act aggressively. The only criticism of the BJP is that the working Congress has lacked a certain functionality and a lack of a definite view of issues. The biggest problem facing Congress is the lack of a strict policy on national issues. Experts are of the opinion that Congress will suffer such adverse consequences until it is overcome. People need to make tough decisions, but the opposition should be strong enough to address the masses. 5. What are the key factors in present polls? A young man from the Thackeray family in Maharashtra has shown in direct politics Aditya Thakare Wehrli is going to enter the assembly with a solid victory To infuse new excitement among Bala Saheb fans Whether he will emerge as a representative of the Next Generation in Maratha politics? Dushyant Chautala, the successor of Omprakash Chautala, who has made his mark in the politics of Haryana? will be the Dushyant Chautala become the chief minister of Haryana? It remains to be seen what role he will play in the Haryana government. In defending Rahul Gandhi, and criticizing the BJP Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala defeated very terribly Surjewala defeat was a big blow to Congress. Those who served as ministers in both states were also defeated. This is a sign that people are smart enough to be available to the public and do not care about their problems. This is the analysis of the Maharashtra and Haraya elections.