As BJP rolls into West Bengal with four yatras, Trinamool’s ‘purity’ rallies to follow close behind - Aritra Bhattacharya, Scroll
With elections in five states out of the way by December 7, the Bharatiya Janata Party is focusing on West Bengal, where it plans to hold four rath yatras in December ahead of the 2019 General Elections. The yatras will traverse every district in the state and all its 42 Lok Sabha constituencies.
High turnout in Madhya Pradesh polls doesn't indicate anti-incumbency or pro-Opposition trend, other factors matter - Debobrat Ghose, Firstpost
The voter turnout or voting percentage in an election is an inadequate indicator of the electorate's choice. Trends in earlier elections reveal that a change in voter turnout — either an increase or decrease — in comparison to previous elections does not necessarily reflect an anti-incumbency or pro-incumbency mood.
Rajasthan elections: Winds blowing against Vasundhara Raje govt — but Modi manages to rise above - Indian Express
The story goes that the slogan, Modi tujh se bair nahin, Vasundhara teri khair nahin, was first raised in the politically restless Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Here, in September 2017, a 13-day Left-backed agitation forced the government to take note of farmers’ distress and announce concessions in Sikar.
Forget development, BJP will fight the 2019 Elections on Faith - Wire
From Sabarimala in the south to the disputed site at Ayodhya in the north, abstract notions of faith are driving the country’s politics. Politics, in the custody of contemporary politicians not just in India but the world over, has whittled down to nothing but a sway of feelings and emotions.
How Yogi Adityanath has emerged as BJP’s star campaigner in state elections - Abhiram Ghadyalpatil, Mint
Akram Ali is from Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh but he was in Sehore district of adjoining Madhya Pradesh on November 21. Ali, along with his fellow natives of Uttar Pradesh, drives around parts of Madhya Pradesh to sell the famous Sitapur dari (rug).
Madhya Pradesh is the most crucial among the five states going to the polls - Hindustan Times
Madhya Pradesh matters. It matters because it is one of the largest states in India in terms of both demographics and size. It matters because it sends 29 members to the Lok Sabha. It matters because of its geographic centrality. It matters because it is a microcosm of Indian diversity, with a range of caste groups, tribals and Muslims.
Why Governor Satya Pal Malik’s decision to dissolve J&K Assembly is unconstitutional - Alok Prasanna Kumar, Scroll
There is simply no legal or constitutional justification for Governor Satya Pal Malik’s sudden decision to dissolve the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. The governor has the power to dissolve the Assembly under Article 53(2)(b) of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir.
Congress follows BJP’s Uttar Pradesh strategy for last leg of campaign in MP - Anshuman Kumar, Economic Times
For its last leg of campaign in Madhya Pradesh elections, the Congress is taking a leaf out of BJP’s 2017 assembly polls drive in Uttar Pradesh.
2019: Is a grand opposition against the BJP possible? - Sanjay Kumar, Bhupender Yadav & Manoj Kumar Jha, Hindu
The making of a coalition is no more a matter of choice for the parties opposed to the right-wing authoritarian postures of the BJP but a command from the common people. The churning on the ground among almost all social groups is exerting pressure on the Opposition parties to jettison their minor differences and rally together to protect and safeguard institutions that are currently under attack.
Rajasthan rumble - Pioneer
Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, as her political opponent and Congress State unit chief Sachin Pilot put it on a television show a couple of days ago, is the only BJP leader who has managed to get the better of her national party president.
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