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Let Karnataka victory continue!

Let Karnataka victory continue!

Before the Parliamentary Lok Sabha elections, political parties have to prepare for the 5 state assembly elections. The parliamentary elections are going to be held in several phases in the months of April and May next year. Before that, this year can be said to be an assembly election year and many states are going through that election.
Earlier this year, assembly elections were held in the states of Tripura (February 16), Nagaland and Meghalaya (February 27). Subsequently, the assembly elections were held in Karnataka state on the 10th.
In the next step, before the parliamentary elections, the country will face 5 state assembly elections. Those states are Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana. 
The life of the 40-seat assembly in Mizoram state, where the Mizo National Front is ruling under the leadership of Chief Minister Joram Thanga, ends on December 17. In Chhattisgarh, where the Congress is ruling under the leadership of Chief Minister Bhupesh Bagal, the life of the 90-seat Legislative Assembly ends on January 3. BJP led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. The life of the 230-seat Assembly in the ruling Madhya Pradesh ends on January 6.
The tenure of the 200-seat Legislative Assembly in Rajasthan, which is ruled by the Congress party led by Chief Minister Ashok Khelat, ends on January 14. 
The tenure of the 119-seat assembly in Telugu Kana, which is headed by Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao and led by the Bharat Rashtra Samithi Katchi, ends on January 16.
As the term of 5 state legislatures - Mizoram, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Telangana - ends almost at the same time, they have the opportunity to hold elections at the same time later this year. 
Assembly elections are yet to be held in the Union Territory of Kashmir. Elections can also be held here. 
There is an expectation that the election will be announced depending on the decrease in cold and the security situation.
So the political parties are in a position to face 5 state assembly elections before the assembly elections in Karnataka. The assembly elections to be held in these 5 states are gaining importance as they will be a preview to the parliamentary Lok Sabha elections. The political parties have to prepare for these elections. 
Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh and Odisha state legislatures expire in June next year. So it is noteworthy that in these states there is a possibility that the assembly elections will be held along with the parliamentary Lok Sabha elections.
Referring to Karnataka's victory, Rahul Gandhi beautifully said that 'the people of Karnataka put an end to those who spread hatred based on religion and caste' and said, 'The markets of hate have been closed; "Love shops were opened," he said. As our 'Dravidian Model' was beautifully summed up by Chief Minister M.K.Stalin, "BJP has been removed completely from the Dravidian soil." 
Karnataka's victory will reverberate in the assembly elections before the parliamentary elections to protect democracy, religious backwardness, social justice and state rights; to resonate. People are ready; Leaders of the opposition, put aside yourself centeredness, look at the common enemies only and work together to form a political strategy to protect the country, victory is sure!