The BJP government against which slogans were being raised over the Agneepath scheme has won two Lok Sabha seats out of three and three out of seven assembly seats. The bypolls were held on June 23 and the results came on Sunday.
New Delhi, Jagran Bureau, New Delhi. On the results of three Lok Sabha and seven assembly elections including Azamgarh and Rampur, the election strategy of the parties concerned will be discussed. The important aspect is that this result has come when till a few days back the politics regarding Agneepath scheme was also hot and trains and buses were being set on fire. The BJP government against which slogans were raised has won two out of three Lok Sabha seats and three out of seven assembly seats.
In the last few years, many controversial issues have been cooled by the election results. The bypolls were held on June 23 and the results came on Sunday. Prior to that, the Agripath scheme was announced on June 14 and after that, politics was heated in many parts of the country by standing behind the students. It was called the boil of youth. But it is not visible in the results.
Note that demonetisation was announced before the last Uttar Pradesh elections, which was given a political color by the opposition parties. But the big win poured cold water on it. Before the 2019 elections, the surgical strike and Balakot had taken the form of a controversy. The results dampened the voice of the opposition. It can be expected that now the situation will probably be normal on Agripath as well.
It is worth noting that a few days before the announcement of Agripath, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced to give one million government jobs in one and a half years. Preparation has already been done in many departments. It is possible that instead of the Agneepath controversy, the hope of employment has given an edge in the recent by-elections.