Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Who will win Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2012? (opinion poll)

By the end of this, assembly election in the state of Himachal Pradesh will take place. These elections are likely to be held in the month of November and December. There are total of 68 assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh and any party needs to win 35 assembly seats to make a new government in Himachal. The main fight in Himachal Pradesh is between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Congress; though, we can see some presence of parties like Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).

At present, BJP government is ruling state which it snatched from Congress in 2007 after getting a landslide victory. In 2007 Himachal Pradesh Assembly election, BJP got landslide victory by winning 41 assembly seats out of total 68 assembly seats whereas Congress succeeded in getting 23 seats only. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) also succeeded in getting its first assembly seat in Himachal Pradesh during 2007 election.

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In 2007 Himachal Pradesh assembly election for first time BJP succeeded in getting a landslide victory in state. Now major question in front of us is that will BJP be successful again in repeating 2007 success or Congress will take advantage of anti-incumbency factor? At present, it is hard to predict a clear picture because there are many negative points against both parties.

Congress’s likely Chief Minister candidate Virbhadra Singh is facing corruption charges and there is negative sentiment against congress central government. On the other hand, BJP is facing internal fight between its top BJP leaders of Himachal Pradesh. If we calculate on all parameters then fight looks equal between BJP and Congress; though anti-incumbency likely to help Congress. In near future, it will become clear to us that which party has edge over other as political fever will increase in state.

We can easily see Himachal government ministers and MLAs rushing to their constituencies to vow voters. However, one thing which is against BJP is clear visibility of anti-incumbency factor on ground which will decrease its numbers of seats considerably, Though, final results will depend on all factors together.

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