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Result of Lok Sabha Election 2024-BJP is on loss, here are the reasons


As the entire India knows the 3 most popular states which are Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana always win with the Bharatiya Janta Party but it misfortune in Maharashtra and West Bengal in this race. The election result announced on 4th June 2024. Lok Sabha Election 2024-BJP is on loss, Whereas Mr. Narendra Modi Ji faces huge losses in this Lok Sabha Election.  The BJP leader confronted a great challenge from the resistance coalition. You can get live updates on the election result
The reason behind the loss in these update

BJP loss in Uttar Pradesh

In Uttar Pradesh BJP and partners won with the seats of 36. It is the against of 64 out of 2019. People shocked when they see that the Samajwadi party is growing up and returning good output. Do you know why the Samajwadi party doing good for the BJP? Here is the reason behind it.

    • One of the most important reason behind losing vote is just because of anger over the jobs and people belonging from Dalits and muslims worked together against saffron party. The people residing at Ayodhya mentioning that you they can take our livelihood.
    • the gathering and union of Muslims
      -Seats imparting arrangements to Congress
    • Congress  convinced not to cast your vote for BJP   
      -debate of moving an Up and down

    Lok Sabha Election 2024-BJP is on loss

    Bihar- Nitish Kumar joined Janata Dal  ahead of 30seats and it has contrasted 39 seats in the Lok Sabha race

    Haryana
    This is a huge surprise result of the BJP. As it was only 5 votes as compared to congress
    In Maharashtra, there are 48 Lok Sabha seats of which Shiv Sena won 7 seats and the Bhartiya Janta Party was defeated by Shiv Sena. Everyone is shocked after listening to the news of Uttar Pradesh that the Congress defeated the Bhartiya Janta Party. At last, we may conclude that whosoever will win, let’s celebrate the victory of that person The result should be fair enough for all so that no one can compare their leaders with the other party. Whatever the outcome is there, it should be fair enough.

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