Lok Sabha elections: How much benefit will BJP get from the South? Expert's shocking claim

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Dr. Pradeep Gupta, the country's well-known election analyst and CEO and Managing Director of survey agency Axis My India, has made some shocking claims about the results of the Lok Sabha elections. He answered questions ranging from exit polls to the Modi factor and Rahul Gandhi's election campaign. The survey shows that BJP is getting success in the South, what was the biggest factor in this? In response to this, Pradeep Gupta said that after a while the public wants change, the people of the South are seeing that in the last 10 years, people in other states of the country have also benefited from the schemes of the Central Government. BJP has worked very hard in the South. Where it was weak, it put all its strength and resources there. Even after this, BJP is getting only 2-4 seats in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. But, every party starts like this.

What does the survey report say about Arvind Kejriwal?

On the failure of Arvind Kejriwal in the Lok Sabha elections in Delhi as seen in the survey, Pradeep Gupta said, 'Talking about Arvind Kejriwal, we have seen in the 2014 and 2019 elections that Kejriwal's party performs well in the assembly elections, this time it performed well in MCD. But, voters vote differently in the assembly and Lok Sabha elections, choose different parties and there is Modi government at the center. Everyone knows that if they vote for the Aam Aadmi Party, their government will not be formed. Today the public believes in giving a 'clear cut mandate', be it Lok Sabha elections or assembly elections.'

“Everyone wants a strong government.”

Regarding the alliance of AAP-Congress in Delhi and fighting separately in Punjab, he said that everyone wants a strong government, the absence of any party's alliance shows that there are differences among you, then on what basis are you asking for votes. What is the effect of Congress's 'free' guarantee, why did Rahul Gandhi's idioms like 'khatkhat-khatkhat' not show any effect in this election? In response to this, he said that during elections, publicity and idioms like 'khatkhat-khatkhat' work only when there is content and there should be a product, only then can it be marketed. Packaging and marketing is an integral part, but marketing usually does not work without your product.

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