Best Chief Minister in India

Survey on who is the Best CM in India

According to a recent MOTN survey, Yogi Adityanath secured 24% of the total votes (6 percentage points more than the previous survey), making him the Best Chief Minister in India. This happens even if the Uttar Pradesh government under Adityanath is facing a series of recent kidnapping and murder backlashes in the state.

According to the latest polls, six of the seven best-performing prime ministers belong to the non-BJP and non-parliamentary parties. Mamata Banerjee (West Bengal), who had previously been ranked number one in three consecutive commercials, fell to number four (9% of votes) after Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal (15%). Andhra Pradesh Prime Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy (11% of votes).

In the January 2020 MOTN vote, Yogi Adityanath won 18% of the votes, beating co-runners Arvind Kejriwal and Mamata Banerjee, each with 11% of the votes.

Also, in an August 2019 poll, Yogi Adityanath was far ahead of the other top ministers. After that, Mama Tabanersey, who took the lead in the MOTN survey conducted in January 2019, was abdicated.

Assam Election 2021

In the months leading up to the Assam Election 2021 parliamentary elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is strengthening its weapons with more members, and the process plans for the party to do so only in the next parliament. It directly indicates that it may be.

The Saffron Party governed the government and, by a cabinet decision, requested the Election Commission to hold a pending Baudou Territorial Region (BTR) election by December, with more than 700 Baudou corps members participating the next day. MihineswarBasumatary, President of the United Bodo People’s Organization (UBPO), joined the BJP with many members of the state committee and district chairs.

Political observers also note that after the Broadland Territorial Council was submitted to the Governor’s Regulations in April 2020, the relationship between BJP and the Broadland Popular Front (BPF) was calculated to be less optimistic. Bodoland (BTC) was under the governor’s control on the day his five-year term expired. The move was seen as a retreat from the ruling Bodoland Popular Front (BPF), which sought to hold an extension or immediate election.

The BPF is one of BJP’s major allies and faces threats from new Bodo parties in the region, such as the United People’s Liberal Party (UPPL).

Sources have revealed that AGP could lose votes after Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) and Raijor Dal (RD) set up a party with the same regionalist ideology.

At the last BJP executive meeting, party leadership sought to attack the opposition and promoted only the work done by the BJP. None of the leaders praised the alliance, and BJP workers were not asked to work with the alliance.

There are many BJP members who are eager for Gauhati West MLA tickets, as well as many members who are eager for tickets from other AGP locations. Even members of Bodo’s body participate in the BJP.

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