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North India Dominates Final Phases of Lok Sabha Elections! 🗳️

Polling for 379 seats in 23 states is complete in the four phases of Lok Sabha elections. The remaining seats will be contested in three phases. The fifth phase will be on the 20th, the sixth on the 25th, and the seventh on the 1st of June, focusing mainly on North Indian constituencies. With prestigious seats in play, leaders are intensely campaigning. The fifth phase will cover 49 seats in six states and two Union Territories, including key seats in Uttar Pradesh like Rae Bareli and Amethi.

BJP Targets More Seats:

BJP aims to unfurl its saffron flag in Congress strongholds like Rae Bareli and Amethi, where Rahul Gandhi and close aide Kishorilal Sharma are contesting. The BJP is determined to maximize seats in Uttar Pradesh, emphasizing Hindu-Muslim politics, as seen in Prime Minister Modi's speeches. The sixth phase on May 25 will cover 57 seats in seven states, with the seventh phase on June 1 for the remaining 57 seats.

Religion-Centric Campaign:

Compared to previous elections, this time the focus is more on religion, with debates over CAA, Ayodhya Ram Mandir, and religious reservations dominating the campaigns. Amidst rising prices and unemployment, the BJP remains confident, aiming for 370 seats on its own and 400 with allies. On the other hand, Congress and the INDIA coalition claim that the BJP will not secure enough seats to form the government.

Congress Promises:

Priyanka Gandhi promises ₹8,500 monthly to every woman’s account if the INDIA coalition forms the government. Meanwhile, Kejriwal's post-jail comments stirred controversy, hinting at potential leadership changes within the BJP if they win.

Who Will Be Prime Minister?:

With Congress insisting that the BJP won't win 200 seats, the million-dollar question remains: who will be the Prime Minister if the INDIA coalition wins? Criticized for not declaring a PM candidate, the INDIA coalition faces scrutiny, while the Congress's past defeats leave uncertainty about its resurgence.

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