With the recent Elections held in five States – Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Mizoram and Telangana, Indian National Congress have been emerged as the largest and majority party in three of the larger Hindi States, i.e., Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. These results suggest a change in the political mood of the country from ”Modi Wave” to “Anti-Incumbency”. Say it or not, the “mere” words and ”least” actions are the reason for the anger amongst the very Citizens of our Country.
As ‘Vilfredo Pareto’ suggest in his theory of ‘Circulation of Elites’ the change of regime takes place from time to time, which rightfully happened in three of the assembly elections. The dream of the current Government for a ‘Congress Mukta Bharat’ cannot sustain in the vibrant democracy like India whose very citizens proved from time being that power lies in their Right to choose the representative for themselves. Therefore, to diminish any political structure/party is a negative step in democracy, from which we need to be thoughtful of before making a way for any party ‘Mukta’ Bharat.
These States – Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan were the major stronghold of the BJP Government in 2014 Lok Sabha elections and 2013 Vidhan Sabha elections where Congress got its major defeat then. In the present scenario, however, the situation seems to be changed quite a lot before 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. Here, the indications seems to be going off the ‘Modi Wave’. Notwithstanding, the point is not to speculate the Congress win but a win of a democratic structure of our Country.
The popular movements such as ”farmers movement”, “JNU Protests to save institutional structure and quality education”, “Students Protests such as SSC, Fee Hikes, Tiss Seat Cuts, DU MPhil/PhD protests, small businesses loss post demonitisation, urban naxals narrative, worst hit Kashmir disputes, unemployment, increase in rapes and violence related to women, the politicisation of Sabrimala Verdict,lynchings, attack on media- and so on have been become an issue with the general public to look before casting the vote in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.