In 2019, BJP tally may drop by 110 seats, says Shiv Sena

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"The BJP is sinking... and is sinking quite fast", Naveen said when asked by media about the recent reversal of fate the saffron party has sufferred in several states.

Despite a shocking loss in Uttar Pradesh bypolls, chief minister Yogi Aditynath is confident that the saffron party will perform well in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

The trigger of the fresh criticism is the humiliating defeat in Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha constituencies which were earlier won by Yogi Adityanath, now the CM of UP, and Keshav Prasad Maurya, current deputy chief minister respectively. The chief minister's supporters have been upset ever since the party's central leadership ignored his list of feasible candidates for Gorakhpur. The BJD was in alliance with the BJP from 2000 to 2009.

In fact, of the 282 seats the BJP won, 196 came from these seven states. "There are no such thoughts".

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He has also said the result will give a message to the country. Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati had announced the backing of her party for SP candidates in both the constituencies in return for a SP support to her party candidate in the Rajya Sabha biennial elections.

The Shiv Sena made this gloomy prediction following the recently concluded UP and Bihar bypolls, where the party lost its stronghold in Gorakhpur and Phulpur to the strategic BSP-SP alliance. Last month, leaders from both sides started informal talks for a future alliance because they believe the two parties can return to power in Maharashtra if they contest elections together. Both of them had won their seats by margins of over 3 lakh votes. The party constantly accused Akhilesh Yadav's government of working for only one caste and one community.

Defeat in Lok Sabha by-polls seems to have triggered a series of drubbings for the ruling BJP as even the old allies are now speaking negatively about the party prospects in 2019 general elections.

Karnataka will witness a triangular contest among the Congress, the BJP and the JDS in most of the 224 seats that will go to polls in April/May.

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Though the JD (U) is now allied with the BJP, the latter can be expected to face troubles in the state due to two main reasons.

Everywhere else (including in two bypoll victories in Madhya Pradesh) Congress' struggle continues. "There was no division of votes and thus, the BJP could not benefit from such a split", NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik told PTI in Mumbai.

"Mission 2019" may prove hard for the BJP in the very states that were at the forefront of its success in 2014.

To this, Sahu said that they are fully prepared for the elections.

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The chief minister, who has represented Gorakhpur in the Lok Sabha five times, said it was local issues that had led to the party's poor performance in the by-polls and not the policies of the Centre.

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