The non-BJP and non-Congress parties won over Lok Sabha seats in 2009 and up to 220 Lok Sabha seats in 2014. This figure may still be visible after KCR has said that it is in the effort to form the government that has formed a federal front without Congress and BJP. The TRS feels that it is likely that the 2009 polls have not been morphed into a shorter set of 220 seats for "other" parties. Even if that happens, the magic figure required for the formation of the government 272 is the BJP or Congress supporting anyone! This mathematics calculates that the non-BJP non-Congress government is not a function of KCR.
However, regional parties will be the key to deciding the government. The prediction that the BJP will lose 100 to 120 seats in this election is heard from many political parties. To form the government at the center, 272 Lok Sabha seats should be won. NDA has formed the NDA government as the Prime Minister with 336 seats, including the strength of the BJP and its allies, which won 282 seats in 2014.
According to the results of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, the BJP is likely to win 62 seats in all the 65 Lok Sabha seats in these states Analysts say the BJP will lose at least half of the seats that are unlikely Said.
in the past, winning 22, Bihar, Jharkhand, with 12 seats, the lower the risk. It is impossible to get 7 to 7 seats in Delhi. The BJP has won 200 seats in the last elections in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Bihar, Gujarat, Jharkhand and Delhi. This time it is difficult to win 100 seats.
Congress-JDS in the Lok Sabha is also in the Lok Sabha, as it is not likely to have 17 seats in the past. But in Odisha and the Northeast, the BJP has not been able to win more than 20 seats in the country. The BJP won 138 seats in 2004 and 116 seats in 2009. The 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP and the Congress, are getting close to 320 to 330 seats in the last Lok Sabha elections.
The strongest Left in the country has been able to play a vital role in domestic politics until 2004. Since 2009, other regional parties have been replaced by the Left, but the Congress and the BJP do not. Congress and BJP combined with 322 seats in 2009 and 326 seats in the 2014 elections. In the two elections, the BJP and the non-Congress parties have achieved almost 220 seats. The figures show that even if the BJP's numerical numbers fall from 150 to 160, the Congress is also getting Anne's position.
Even if it does not have all the seats, it is not surprising that BSP, SP, AAP in Delhi, Bihar and RJD are anti-BJP parties, so that they have taken the national level to 250 seats. Then the Congress and the BJP both have the numerical strength of 300.
The analysis of the situation is likely to be a decisive role in the regional parties in 2019. The BJP's anti-party parties in the regional parties are not likely to be dominant.
Regional parties in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Odisha, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Punjab and the northeastern states will decide the future of the country. These parties are not the only parties that are directly or indirectly with the BJP except the Shiv Sena and Akali Dal.
It is clear that the coalition government will be formed after the election due to the BJP and the Congress.
If the regional parties can achieve unity between them, they may not be able to form the government with the support of the Congress or the BJP.
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