Jharkhand elections: Grand alliance will give tough competition to BJP
Jharkhand elections: Grand alliance will give tough competition to BJP

Ranchi: Recently after the fourth phase of the assembly elections in Jharkhand, the political picture of the state has become almost clear. After the voting in 50 seats in the last 3 phases and 15 seats in the fourth phase, the ruling BJP in all 65 seats and the opposition Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-Congress-RJD's Grand Alliance is facing a tough fight. 

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If sources are to be believed, BJP's performance in 20 seats in the third phase and 15 seats in the fourth phase on December 12 will decide whether it will return to the state or not. In these 35 seats in the last elections, the BJP's spectacular victory only cleared the way for its coming to power.

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Fear of a hung assembly: If BJP is able to save these seats and win 1-2 seats, then the path of forming a government seems to be easier for them, but if BJP does not even have some of its previous seats and if it could not snatch any seat from the Opposition, then the road to regain state power may be difficult for BJP. A senior police officer of the states assesses that this time the grand alliance is going to challenge every seat, it is also being said that the state assembly can be hung and BJP and JMM will be the largest party. Government will be formed, but Congress state president Rameshwar Oraon is hopeful that not only will the grand alliance government form, but the Congress will also perform much better than last time.

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