Why Tejashwi Yadav is become a loser in Bihar state election 2020

Why Tejashwi Yadav is become a loser in Bihar state election 2020

Nitish Kumar has made vow as Chief Minister of Bihar for a record progressive fourth term. The National Democratic Alliance’s gathering of pastors has assumed responsibility for their services. Tejashwi Yadav’s Mahagathbandhan (MGB) missed out barely to the NDA by 125 to 110 seats.

Tejashwi is being acknowledged for the ‘extraordinary’ battle the Rashtriya Janata Dal-drove MGB set facing the powerful NDA. Political intellectuals and examiners have hailed him as a head of the young. Some have even gone to the degree of saying that Rahul Gandhi ought to gain from Tejaswi’s mission.

While this is fine, Tejashwi, and soundly him, should be accused for this annihilation, where all the chances were in support of himself, not from the very first moment, but rather as the democratic stages advanced.

Nitish was doing combating against history. Just two boss clergymen of enormous states had proceeded to win a record fourth term, Naveen Patnaik from Odisha and Jyoti Basu from West Bengal.

Narendra Modi was made boss priest of Gujarat halfway during his initial term in 2001. That is the reason actually he doesn’t fit the bill to be comparable.

Combined with history, Nitish was confronting huge enemy of incumbency. The misusing of the traveler emergency, the loss of lives and jobs during the pandemic, and skyrocketting joblessness levels had expand outrage against him on the ground.

Furthermore, Nitish was confronting disobedience inside the NDA. Chirag Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party, set up competitors against Janata Dal United in all seats to reduce JDU’s odds of a triumph. An investigation of results shows that LJP harmed the possibilities of JDU in 33 seats.

‘Nitish hatao’ arose as the focal topic of the mission in Bihar. Indeed, even no-nonsense allies of the Bharatiya Janata Party needed an adjustment in administration with a BJP boss clergyman in charge of undertakings. The general mind-set and hawa were against Nitish.

Regardless of the without a doubt apparent work done by Nitish over the most recent 15 years, the economy was all the while lingering behind. Bihar’s per capita pay is short of what 33% the public normal. Bihar’s per capita pay is the most reduced in the nation.

Families living beneath neediness line in the state represent over 30%, though the public normal is 22%. Urbanization in Bihar is at 11%, contrasted with public normal of 31%. Joblessness rate in Bihar also is higher than the public normal.

On the acclaimed peace front, everything was not hunky dory. Kidnappings expanded by over 300%, while burglaries became over 200%.

This was substantiated by the way that groups were expanding at Tejashwi’s conventions to hear him talk on kamai, dawai, sinchai, padhai (occupations, medical services, horticulture and training). His guarantee of 10 lakh sarkari occupations turned into a hit with the adolescent.

Nitish’s apprehension was obvious in the meetings. He needed to confront fights and he regularly lost his cool. He was on the back foot on the positions issue giving reasons like absence of money related assets and land-bolted status of Bihar as explanations behind high joblessness.

There was a trust deficiency between the two accomplices in NDA, the JDU and the BJP. The two players were attempting to pull down one another’s count, compounded by the presence of LJP, purportedly at the command of BJP.

The effect of this was plainly noticeable in Phase-1 execution where the NDA falled behind MGB by 25 seats.

With countless variables for change, Tejashwi neglected to underwrite and win the state, which was ready and waiting.

Some strategic slip-ups were submitted during the mission. You either go the entire hoard on an official style of political race or spotlight on a localisation system. A blend of this typically doesn’t work for the Opposition except if you have somebody like Modi as a star campaigner.

The ‘Iss baar Tejashwi tay hai crusade’ might have been maintained a strategic distance from when the RJD was focussing on nearby/bread and butter issues. This was similar to harakiri and falling into the BJP trap to make the decisions a character challenge.

This helped BJP attack the governance track record of the Lalu Yadav family, evoke fear of jungle raj (yuvraj ka jungle raj), raise issue of dynasty politics (double yuvraj ki sarkar).

This impacted the voting decision of the undecided voters. As the phase-wise election progressed, this lot increasingly backed the NDA as seen from the graph below. The number doubled from 36% in Phase-1 to 72% by Phase-3.

Voting Share Percentage

While a ton of analysis has been distributed to Congress for winning only 19 out of 70 seats designated, it is obvious from the strike rates that RJD, as well, neglected to win a decent measure of seats.

Despite the fact that it arose as the single biggest gathering, the RJD recorded 5 less seats than its 2015 count. Its strike rate was just 52% versus 67% of the BJP. It was the man in structure in the MGB and expected to succeed at least 60% of its seats which it fizzled.

Tejashwi challenged on a larger number of seats than 2015 and won less seats than in 2015.

Eventually, two months of battling didn’t compensate for Tejashwi Yadav’s standard non-appearance on the ground.



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