PM Narendra Modi has told many times to put Lok Shaba and Rajya Sabha Election together by the year ending 2018. If elections are held separately there is always a warm atmosphere in the country related to the upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019. It effects on the plans of the government too.
In this case, the government will get a lot of time to work and easy to take decisions on hard issues. PM Modi told that this is the necessity of time. These things are now in debate list of the government officials.
The year 2019 upcoming Lok Sabha Election is on the floor and in a lot of states Rajya Shaba and Vidhan Sabha elections are coming up.
As per the constitutional laws, elections can be done 6 months before the given dates, so no need to change the laws of the constitution.
To understand this political change Lok Shaba prior secretary General Subhash C Kashyap and other authorities view should be taken into consideration.
In May 2019 elections are scheduled in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Orrisa also. These all state elections can be held together with main elections needs lots of coordination’s from state government officials because no government will like to leave the seat before the scheduled date.
It will be interesting to see whether this coordination can be bought into action or not. If this coordination becomes realistic, then it will be a big step in elections improvement. Leaving Karnataka and Mizoram there is BJP government in three major states.
Upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019 Predictions Survey
The prediction over 2019 elections is hot on the topic that whether the current PM will emerge as a winner in upcoming Lok Sabha Election 2019 or not. As per the analysis, there are 4 scenarios :
- BJP gets over 232 seats and comes in the majority in elections
- If BJP gets 200 – 230 seats, there could be a leadership tussle between leaders and possibly a new member of BJP becomes prime minister.
- On the other side, if BJP gets less than 200 seats and Congress forms a coalition, in this case, Rahul Gandhi will be the next prime minister of India.
- If BJP gets less than 200 seats and Congress can’t form a coalition, then many small parties can come together to form the government, the same as in 1996.