BJP will cross 300 seats, have already crossed the majority mark: Shah

According to the BJP president, they have already crossed the majority mark after the sixth phase. He also said the proposed opposition meeting can be used to elect the leader of the opposition.

LokSabha Elections 2019:BJP president Amit Shah on Wednesday enthused certainty that his gathering has effectively crossed the dominant part mark after 6th period of Lok Sabha surveys and tore into resistance groups over their proposed gathering, saying they may meet to choose a pioneer of restriction.

“I am completely sure that the BJP after fifth and 6th period of the races has crossed the larger part figure. It will cross 300 after the seventh stage,” he told a question and answer session here.

The seventh and last period of the decisions for 543 Lok Sabha seats is expected on May 19. A gathering needs to win 272 seats for a straightforward lion’s share. The BJP had won 282 out of 2014.

Deriding the proposed gathering of resistance pioneers and the move by some provincial gatherings like TRS to shape a government front, Shah said such gatherings don’t influence the BJP whose seats, he included, are not going to descended.

They may meet to choose a pioneer of resistance, he stated, including that outcomes even this time may not give any gathering enough number of seats to choose a pioneer of restriction from its positions.

The Congress, the principle resistance, had won just 44 situates in 2014, not exactly the base 10 percent of seats a gathering needs to win to guarantee the post of the pioneer of restriction in the LoK Sabha.

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