In UP-Bihar, two Yadav leaders dashed Modi's dreams, Akhilesh and Tejashwi gave a jolt to BJP

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The initial trends of the results of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 are not at all encouraging for the NDA. Compared to 2014 and 2019, this time BJP and NDA are suffering a lot in terms of seats. BJP has suffered the biggest setback in UP. At the same time, there is no good news from Bihar either. If the trends are to be believed, the Bharat Alliance is preparing to make a big upset in Uttar Pradesh. In Bihar, BJP is leading on 25 out of 40 seats while Bharat Alliance is leading on 13 seats. In UP, BJP is leading on 37 seats while Bharat is leading on 41 seats. If the number remains the same even after 21 rounds, then the credit will go to Tejashwi Yadav and Akhilesh Yadav.The messages from UP are not good
Uttar Pradesh has 80 seats out of 542. It is the largest state in terms of seats and population. It is said that the road to Delhi passes through UP. Unlike the 2019 general elections, this time the results do not seem to be in favor of BJP. Contrary to the exit polls, BJP has not even got 50 seats yet. On the other hand, India has gone ahead on 41 seats. Before the results, BJP was claiming 70 seats. BJP does not seem to be getting the benefit of Ram temple in Ayodhya and the development of the double engine government. The biggest blow to BJP has been given by SP chief Akhilesh Yadav. Before the elections, India alliance seems to be getting the benefit of the alliance of SP and Congress. Akhilesh Yadav's party seems to be getting 31 out of 41 seats.

Tejaswi Yadav's hard work paid off in Bihar!
Just before the Lok Sabha elections, after JDU and its supremo Nitish Kumar left Bharat and joined NDA, BJP was considering itself strong. However, this is not seen happening in the trends. In the latest trends in Bihar, NDA is leading on 25 seats and Bharat Gathbandhan on 13 seats. After not getting a single seat in the last Lok Sabha elections, this time it seems to get 4 seats in its account. While BJP was dreaming of 40 seats, it has got a shock.

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