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After Maharashtra, will Jharkhand slip out of BJP’s hands? | Jharkhand Assembly Polls

Just one day to go for Jharkhand assembly elections results. On 23rd December it will be clear whether BJP retains the state or not. The voting for Jharkhand assembly election was conducted in five phases. In all the five phases, voter turnout is estimated at 65.23%. In 2014, the voter turnout was recorded at 66.53%. This means that this year the voter turnout is down by nearly 1%. Jharkhand elections is very very important. Especially for the BJP. Despite all the efforts and might, BJP couldn’t prove majority in Maharashtra and thus Fadnavis resigned within 4 days of taking oath as CM. BJP missed the chance to form government in the state again. As ShivSena broke away from BJP and Joined hands with Congress and NCP to form MahaVikasAghadi, major state where BJP ruled undisputedly slipped from its hands.

In light of this, retaining Jharkhand becomes more Imperative for the BJP. More so, it is a matter prestige for the BJP which has been known as a winning machine. In this video, Arti Ghargi explains the possible reason why Jharkhand Polls is a tough battle for BJP. #JharkhandAssemblyPolls #JharkhandExitPolls #HemantSoren

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