Thiruvananthapuram: BJP to assess chances of victory Joins meetings. Although a preliminary assessment has been done at the booth level, district level inspections are just beginning. Further evaluations will be done by the core committee and leadership meeting. The NDA is expected to win in five constituencies, including Neem. It is expected to be a decisive force in more constituencies.
Nemum will keep
The sitting seat is Nemum, K.C. The NDA has high hopes of winning in Manjeswaram, Palakkad, Kazhakoottam and Vattiyoorkavu constituencies where Surendran contested. The party, which is expected to finish second in many constituencies, is also predicting miracles this time around.
The BJP hopes to become a decisive force in the Assembly as well. Leadership. But leaders are warning the central government that it does not matter if the vote level is raised by coming second in more constituencies and that it is important to win a seat.
The most crucial thing for the party is to retain the Nemom constituency. Regardless of the grassroots, the BJP has a strong base in the Nemtu party’s vote bank.
Even though Shashi Tharoor won a landslide victory in the Thiruvananthapuram constituency in the last Lok Sabha elections, the reason for the firm hope for victory here is that he has kept the BJP ahead. This is the assessment of the RSS, which has been at the helm of the campaign.
In Vattiyoorka, the Congress also got votes
Manjeswaram K. Surendran and Palakkad e. Votes outside the BJP are also expected for Sreedharan’s victory. Leaders say they will win in both places even if they do not get a large majority.
If the coup succeeds in Vattiyoorkavu and Kazhakoottam constituencies, it will not be a surprise. In addition to the BJP’s votes in Vattiyoorka, the leakage of votes from the Congress will benefit. The Sabarimala issue was further discussed in Kazhakoottam and the NSS The assessment is that the position is also positive. But there are also concerns about whether minority votes are in favor of the LDF.
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