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The term of the country's current 17th Lok Sabha ends in May next year (2024)

The term of the country's current 17th Lok Sabha ends in May next year (2024)

But Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had said that the ruling BJP government is planning to hold the Lok Sabha elections in December itself. Following this, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had also said a few days ago that the central government is planning to hold the Lok Sabha elections in December.

Until the last few months, all the opposition parties were scattered in one direction. Several attempts were made to unite the entire opposition in one party but they failed. As a result, the situation was that whenever the Lok Sabha elections were held, the BJP would once again form a government at the centre.
But at the initiative of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, a new alliance was formed by combining all the main opposition parties of the country. Its meetings are held in Patna, Bangalore and now in Mumbai. This time all the opposition parties are standing together in the name of "INDIA" alliance to defeat the BJP, regardless of the various differences and those who are standing in the field as bitter enemies in the states.
While the central government remained silent on the issue of Manipur, the "INDIA" alliance brought a no-confidence motion and invited Prime Minister Modi to the Parliament to open his mouth. The situation changed from 16 parties earlier to 26 and now to 28. With the "India" coalition getting stronger and 5 state assembly elections going on, the central BJP government has suddenly reduced the cylinder prices.
Also, when the meeting of the "India" alliance is held, the BJP also has a habit of holding a meeting of its NDA parties. All these political observers say that the "INDIA" alliance has given some kind of crisis to the ruling BJP at the centre.
In the 2019 elections, the opposition parties were scattered. Those opposition parties have now come together. For a count, "India" coalition parties got about 1 crore more votes in 2019 compared to the votes of the now-aligned opposition parties.
The reality on the ground is that the continued strengthening of the "INDIA" alliance will create a very serious crisis for the BJP at the time of the Lok Sabha elections.
The BJP may think that the only way to check this "INDIA" coalition is to hold the Lok Sabha elections early. The central government has announced that it will hold a special session of Parliament from September 18 to September 22.
The special session of Parliament is going to be held for 5 days. The BJP government is likely to use this meeting entirely for election preparations. This means that many new schemes, offers, price reduction announcements can be presented to people in abundance.
Yes, the fact is that this special session of Parliament is convened to hold Lok Sabha elections in advance.
Will BJP's diplomacy work? How will the "India" alliance respond? Let's wait and see the fun of the election!