Whose bat worked in the Indian Political League, whose googly clean bowled whom, know everything

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi : The final result of the Indian Political League of 2024 is out in front of everyone. At least 64.2 crore people expressed their choice in the world's largest electoral exercise. During this time they have told about their choice and behavior. From seven phases to exit polls and counting day, it has been unpredictable. The kind of planning that was done for Narendra Modi's hat-trick was more difficult for the BJP than expected. However, even though the BJP may have fallen short of absolute majority, the NDA achieved the target. Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu played an important role in this. On the other hand, the Bharat Alliance also proved its ability on the field. In this Political League, the passionate Rahul Gandhi, clever Akhilesh Yadav, combative Mamata Banerjee and stable MK Stalin played an important role during the bowling. Know the big things of the Indian Political League.

Clean sweep: How the seats changed

In the 2024 election battle, 208 seats were topsy-turvy. In this, 41 seats went from BJP to Congress. 47 seats went from BJP to the account of non-Congress Bharat Alliance parties. 9 seats went from Congress to BJP. The states in which seats went to NDA's account include 16 seats from Andhra Pradesh, 11 from Odisha, 8 from Bihar, 8 from Telangana, 5 from Maharashtra. At the same time, the seats that went to the account of Bharat Alliance include 37 seats from Uttar Pradesh. 23 seats of Maharashtra, 10-10 seats of Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, 9-9 seats of Karnataka, West Bengal, 8-8 seats of Telangana, Bihar were topsy-turvy. If we talk about the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, then at that time 178 seats were topsy-turvy. At that time BJP won 55 seats and Congress won 33 seats. This time the number of topsy-turvy seats reached 208. Of these, 88 seats went from BJP to Congress and the rest went to the allies of the All India Alliance. In UP, BJP's seats went directly to Samajwadi Party and Congress. While in Andhra Pradesh, NDA ally TDP got a big lead over YSRCP.

Dominant players: Those who set records with big wins

Lok Sabha elections 2024 witnessed a close contest on many seats. On some seats, candidates won by a huge margin. The lowest margin of victory in this election was seen on the Mumbai North West seat. Amol Kirtikar of the Shiv Sena Uddhav faction won the Mumbai North West Lok Sabha seat by just one vote. However, Ravindra Waikar of the Shiv Sena Shinde faction strongly objected to this. When the recount was done, Waikar won by 48 votes. There was a lot of uproar over this. In this election, Shankar Lalwani of Indore won by a record 11 lakh 75 thousand 92 votes. Union Minister Amit Shah is also in the list of biggest winners, he won from Gandhi Nagar seat by 7.4 lakh votes. In the 2019 elections, he won by 5.5 lakh votes.

Crowd support: The numbers game of voter turnout

Crowd support: The numbers game of voter turnout

In this Lok Sabha election, the voting percentage made headlines. In the first few phases, people's participation in voting was very low. The Election Commission was also accused of releasing the voting data late. Due to severe heat, the voting percentage was also affected in the northern parts of the country. There are 363 seats in the country where the voting percentage decreased. Whereas the voting percentage increased in 160 seats.

Strike rate: Team India was the master blaster in the South

Strike rate: Team India was the master blaster in the South

Talking about the strike rate, Team India's performance in South India was strong. Stalin-led DMK started strongly and achieved 100 percent strike rate. Like 2019, the party performed brilliantly in 2024 as well. Chandrababu Naidu's TDP stood second in strike rate. Apart from these, Trinamool Congress and Samajwadi Party, which are part of the Bharat Alliance, achieved an excellent strike rate of 62 percent and 52 percent. Not only this, they were also successful in increasing the number of their seats. However, AIADMK and BSP got out on zero in this list.

Changing room: How vote share changed

Changing room: How vote share changed

Compared to 2019, BJP's vote share has decreased in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Congress's vote percentage has increased by about 2 percent. BJP has suffered a loss in vote share. The biggest loss has been in Rajasthan-Haryana. In Rajasthan, the vote share fell from 49.2 percent to 46.1 percent. At the same time, the vote share in Haryana fell from 58.5 percent to 58 percent. It is discussed that the main reason for the decline in vote share is the anger among the people regarding the Agniveer scheme. TMC has also achieved a jump in vote share, they have got 45.8 percent votes. However, BJP has suffered a setback here.

Economy rate: Regional parties turn smart finishers

Economy rate: Regional parties turn smart finishers

In the Lok Sabha elections 2024, regional parties have proved that they are smart finishers. A vote has value only if the party can convert it into a seat. A good conversion rate means that the party can win that seat. In this list, Samajwadi Party and Telugu Desam Party have increased their numbers. Their alliance did well in UP and Andhra Pradesh. In Bihar, JDU played an important role in increasing the NDA's numbers. It proved that it is a smart finisher.

Inside Edge: Big setback for BJP in Hindi belt

Inside Edge: Big setback for BJP in Hindi belt

If we look at the situation of Muslim-dominated seats in the battle of 2024, TMC, Congress and Samajwadi Party have got good support. However, BJP has suffered a lot in the Hindi belt. Like the trend of 2019, once again BJP had to suffer losses in Muslim-dominated seats. Especially in UP, the party has suffered a big setback. This time BJP has suffered a big setback as compared to 2019. BJP has lost 7 seats in the Hindi belt. Congress Party, TMC and SP have improved their tally. The biggest setback was suffered by Mayawati's BSP, like Muslims, Dalits also did not support her fully.


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