UP Election results proves demonetization was critically acclaimed

Akhilesh Yadav, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Mayawati, Rahul Gandhi and several other politicians were sweating abruptly to fight against India’s supremo Narendra Modi at Uttar Pradesh Assemble Elections 2017. The so-called frontrunners of bureaucracy did no less to disrupt a collective nation against the most successful attempt to dissemble black money, Demonetization. But times have changed and so have people.

Demonetization was the epicenter of this assembly elections because the section of media and liberals had numerous topics to discuss and revolt against but, development. The opposition in the country ridiculously left nothing unsaid against the country, but India still has enough intellectual power to beat the pseudo liberals. Narendra Modi’s energetic and tactical sweep in U.P. also proves that the youth-oriented government agenda and policies are fruitful to the Indians and the country.

With a substantial victory by a perceptible margin, BJP has risen to new heights by taking over India’s largest state assembly of 403 seats.

The Bhartiya Janta Party received a historical win at the U.P. elections by leading in over 306+ seats in the 403 seat assembly, making it the biggest win for the party.

The SP-INC alliance also failed to hold ground and got decimated far behind levels rather the victory. Although several intellectuals and political leaders called the 7/7 BJP-favored exit-polls baseless, the election results sang different voices. BJP indeed managed to eliminate the “gunda-raaj” and “yadav-supremacy” from Uttar Pradesh.

Three hours into counting, the BJP had raced ahead in 301 seats in UP, a whopping gain of 253 seats over its tally of 48 in the 2012 assembly election. The Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance was a poor second, leading in 72 seats, down 181. Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party was leading only in 22 seats.

The mega UP election, held in seven rounds, is seen as a bellwether for the 2019 national election. PM Modi was the face of the BJP’s campaign for the most important election he has faced since he led his party to victory in the 2014 national election.

Modi’s remark on Muslims and “Kabristan” also had a phrase on “Hindus,” but our delegate Indian media promoted it in a way to disrupt the peace and create a mountain out of a molehill. But it seems the people of the country are no more sheep-headed and they are well aware of what is beneficial for our country as a whole. BJP managed to get 305 at the end of the tally of 403 seats, and they have a tough time ahead deciding on who takes on the charge. BJP will have no excuse whatsoever to avoid developments now that they have power in one of the most important states in the country.