POLITICAL ISSUES MAKING EFFECTS IN MAHARASHTRA POLLS
With the opinion polls showing their trust towards the BJP and Shiv Sena alliance the buzz of Deputy Chief Minister has increased in the state. Sena party workers are demanding Deputy CM from their party if NDA gets the majority in the state and even the BJP president agrees on it.
However, the BJP National President also said that Devendra Fadnavis will continue as Maharashtra’s Chief Minister if the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) retains power in the state.
Apart from this Amit Shah while addressing the people of Maharashtra said that Development works have percolated down to the ground level. He also said in the last five years BJP laid the foundation of all the development works that we plan to execute in the next 20 years.
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt also backed Aditya Thackeray and said he hopes the Yuva Sena leader wins by a huge margin as the country needs dynamic young leaders. He also added that Thackeray family has always supported him in his tough times.
The position of NDA alliance is getting stronger in Maharashtra as the days are passing and many of analyst believe that BJP-Sena will get more seats than the 2014 election.
However, the AIMIM is making a pretty strong presence in Maharashtra and ultimately harming the Congress vote share in the state. Muslim voters are pretty much confused and are supporting MIM over the Congress.
There is certain assembly in the State where the Muslim voters play a very decisive role in deciding the representative of the assembly. However, the abolition of Triple Talaq Bill by the NDA at the central level has tilted the Muslim female voters in favour of BJP.
AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi is working hard in the election to gain voters attention in the state and leaving no chance to criticize the shortcoming of BJP led government in the state.
However, despite all the strong effort by all the parties in the state BJP-Sena is still dominating as Maratha who ruled in the state are openly supporting NDA which is making them on top of voter’s mood in the state.