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  ​PM MODI WILL HOLD ELECTIONS TO 17th LOK SABHA IN MAY 2019 ONLY  
 
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PM MODI WILL SURELY NOT DISSOLVE LOK SABHA IN 2018.
BJP WILL SUFFER HUGE LOSSES IN 370 LOK SABHA SEATS IN 16 STATES,
IF SIMULTANEOUS POLLS ARE HELD FOR 31 ASSEMBLIES & LOK SABHA
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ELECTIONS TO 17th LOK SABHA WILL BE HELD IN MAY 2019.
MODI WANTS FOCUS ON GOVERNANCE NOT DISTRACTED BY POLLS
CHIEF MINISTERS DO NOT WANT TO LOSE GOV IN SIMULTANEOUS POLLS

 By: PRIYADARSHINI SIDDHARTHA REDDY
 
 CHAIRMAN BOARD OF EDITORS
 politicsparty.com
 sidredbuzz@gmail.com
 14 February 2018
 

EXCITEMENT ABOUT EARLY LOK SABHA ELECTIONS IN DECEMBER 2018

There is tremendous exciting Speculation in the Media and among all the Politicians, about the Probability of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Dissolving the Lok Sabha prematurely, in JUNE 2018, to Hold the Winter Elections for the 17th Lok Sabha by December 2018.


The Speculation of cutting short the Tenure of the 16th Lok Sabha is ONLY Speculation, as there is No such Modi Strategy.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has NO Intention whatsoever to Reduce Even a Single Day of the 5 years Tenure of the present 16th Lok Sabha.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will Not Advance the Lok Sabha Elections to November 2018.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will Hold the Lok Sabha Elections as Scheduled in MAY 2019.


The Tenure of the 16 Lok Sabha Elected in MAY 2014 will expire on 4 JUNE 2019.


The 17th Lok Sabha Must Meet by 4 JUNE 2019.


The Lok Sabha Elections Process & Swearing-In of the Prime Minister will be Completed by 25 MAY 2019 to Facilitate the Holding of the Parliament Session of the 17th Lok Sabha, by 4th JUNE 2019.


politicsparty.com PREDICTS THAT LOK SABHA ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD IN MAY 2019 ONLY

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has NO Intention to Bring Forward, the MAY 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, to the Earlier Date in the Winter of 2018.


politicsparty.com  Predicts that the Next Lok Sabha Elections will be held from 1 MAY to 25 MAY 2019, to Elect the 17th Lok Sabha Of India and that the Simultaneous Elections to the 31 States Assemblies and the 17th Lok Sabha Will Not Happen in 2018.



MODI WANTS SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS TO ENSURE FOCUS ON GOVERNANCE

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants the Central Governament and all the 31 States Governments to Focus on Governance, instead of being over occupied with Campaigning for the Assembly Elections, in one State or the Other, all through the Five Years Tenure.


FOCUS ON GOVERNANCE is Impossible with Elections being held Every Year, somewhere in the Country as the Entire Political System will abandon Governance for Campaigning.


The Atmosphere of Perennial Elections, always Forces all the Political Partys to be Divisive on Governance Matters, so as to successfully woo the voters and makes it Impossible for all the Political Partys to unite on Governance Necessities.


The ONLY Method to Focus on Governance is to Hod Simultaneous Elections to All 31 States Assemblies and to the Lok Sabha.


Hence the suggestion to the Political System by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to hold the Simultaneos Elections to the Lok Sabha and the 31 States Assemblies.


MODI WANTS 5 YEARS OF ELECTIONS FREE GOVERNANCE

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has suggested the holding of the Simultaneous Elections to all the 31 States Assemblies & the Lok Sabha, So that the Governments have 5 CLEAR Years to Perform & Not be Bogged Down in Several Multiple Elections almost Every six Months all through the 5 Years Tenure of the Lok Sabha.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will want the Consensus of all the National & State Partys to Hold simultaneous Elections to the States & to the Lok Sabha.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi can hold Simultaneous Elections to the 31 State Assemblies & the Lok Sabha ONLY If All the 31 State Assemblies are Dissolved, 6 Months before the Lok Sabha Elections.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is Ready to Dissolve all the 31 State Assemblies, If all the Chief Ministers of all the 31 States Agree to the holding of the Simultaneous Elections to the Lok Sabha and the 31 State Assemblies.


MODI WILL SUFFER LOSSES IN 370 LOK SABHA SEATS IF SIMULTANEOUS ELECTIONS ARE HELD IN 16 STATES


Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP will actually suffer LOSS of Many Lok Sabha Seats if there is Simultaneous Election to the Lok Sabha and the 31 State Assemblies.


The State Partys in Several States will dominate not only the Assembly Elections but will also benefit enormously in the Lok Sabha Elections, in Simultaneous Elections, as State Issues will Cloud the National Appeal of the National Partys.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP in Simultaneous Elections, will in Contest against State Level Partys in 16 States.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi led BJP in Simultaneous Elections, will in Contest against State Level Partys, Suffer HUGE LOSSES in Lok Sabha Wins in 370 Lok Sabha Seats:


Uttar Pradesh 80. Maharashtra 48. West Bengal 42. Bihar 40. Tamil Nadu 39. Andhra 25. Odissa 21. Kerala 20. Telangana 17. Punjab 13. Haryana 10. Delhi 7. Kashmir 3. Tripura 2. Goa 2. Puducherry 1.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi Led BJP will be immensely harmed in the Simultaneous Elections to the Lok Sabha and the 31 States Assemblies.


FINISHLINE

politicsparty.com  Predicts that the Next Lok Sabha Elections will be held from 1 MAY to 25 MAY 2019, to Elect the 17th Lok Sabha Of India and that the Simultaneous Elections to the 31 States Assemblies and the 17th Lok Sabha Will Not Happen in 2018.
 
 By: PRIYADARSHINI SIDDHARTHA REDDY
 
 CHAIRMAN BOARD OF EDITORS
 sidredbuzz@gmail.com
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