Who is going to Win 2019 general elections?

The Constitution of INDIA is the longest written constitution in the world and when it comes to elections, it is a chaos.

There are so many Political parties in India but the two major Political parties Bhartiya Janta Party lead by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Indian National congress lead by Rahul Gandhi are the one everyone’s talking about.

So the question is who is going to win the general elections of 2019.

In 2014 elections BJP won and this time every major Political party is coming together to defeat BJP. This time polls are against the BJP but the polls are not always right.

Losing elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh for BJP was a blow. Indian National congress coming in power in Madhya pradesh. They waived all the loans of farmers and this is a very good step to gain votes for this general elections.

But BJP was not so far away.

BJP took two major steps which turned all the votes to their sides.

Step.1 : 10% quota for economically weaker section in General category.

All the opposition parties welcomed the decision to carve out 10% reservation for economically weaker sections in the general category in education and employment. 8th Jan

Step.2 : Budget 2019, PM Modi just attempted a surgical strike to retain power.

While previously, the cutoff for tax exemption was at an annual income of Rs2.5 lakh, a full rebate will now be extended up to earnings of Rs5 lakh.

Even taxpayers with an annual gross income of up to Rs6.5 lakh can now be tax-exempt, Goyal said, if they invest their money in tax-saving schemes and provident funds.

Finance Minister Piyush Goyal claimed that around 30 million middle-class taxpayers would get relief from this change.

General elections are due to be held in India between April and May 2019 to constitute the 17th Loksabha. All the Political parties take are taking major steps to win in the coming elections.

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