In 400 seats push, PM Modi sets 80/80 target for UP


Interpreting India's Election Contest of 2024

The most impressive Lok Sabha performance in UP has been by the Bharatiya Lok Dal in 1977, when it swept all the 85 seats in the state at the time Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday set an ambitious target for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh as part of his quest for 400 seats for the National Democratic Alliance in the 2024 general elections, saying India’s most populous state had decided to give all 80 seats to his party and hitting out at the Opposition for being dynastic and corrupt.

During a visit to his parliamentary seat of Varanasi, which lasted for two days, Modi laid the foundation stones for projects that are estimated to be worth ₹13,000 crore for the Purvanchal region. He also delivered speeches at three different locations. He criticized Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress party, for his recent comment about the youth of the state and accused the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) of engaging in casteist politics that impeded the advancement of Dalits and tribals.

In 400 seats push, PM Modi sets 80/80 target for UP
In 400 seats push, PM Modi sets 80/80 target for UP

This time, Modi is providing a guarantee that the advantages would be obtained to their full effect. As a result, the Uttar Pradesh government has made the decision to hand over all 80 seats to Modi. At Karakhiyaon in Varanasi, he stated that this indicates that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will hold one hundred percent of the seats in Uttar Pradesh.

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An important factor in the BJP’s resounding victories in 2014 and 2019, particularly in the northern region of India, was the state of Uttar Pradesh, which is responsible for sending the biggest number of members to the Lok Sabha. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) achieved its greatest number of seats to date in 2014, with 71 (73 with partners), and in 2019, it won 62 (64 with allies).

In 1977, the Bharatiya Lok Dal achieved the most remarkable performance in the Lok Sabha in Uttar Pradesh. At that time, they won all 85 seats in the state, making them the most successful party in the state.

Congress falls before election after Modi gains.
In 400 seats push, PM Modi sets 80/80 target for UP

On Thursday evening, Modi arrived in the city at approximately 9:50 p.m. and assessed the work at 11 p.m. In addition to addressing a rally at Karkhiyaon and speaking at a function to honor the 647th birth anniversary of Sant Ravidas, he also talked to the winners of the “Sansad Sanskrit Pratiyogita” competition that was held at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), launched numerous projects, and spoke at a reception to commemorate the event. In order to do the inspection of the Kashi Ropeway project, he also utilized a virtual reality headset.

In response to Rahul Gandhi’s remark that he made on February 20 during the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the following statement: “The prince of the royal family of the Congress recently called the youth of Kashi addicts.” The children of my Kashi are being referred to as junkies by others who are not in control of their emotions, Modi revealed. It is quite unlikely that anyone will forget this insult to young people, and members of the INDI alliance will have a difficult time preserving their deposits.



The statement made by Gandhi was “misinterpreted” by Raghavendra Choubey Modi, who is the chief of the Congress unit in Varanasi City.

“This incorrect interpretation of Rahul ji’s statement is something that we strongly disagree with,” he said.

A few days after the Congress and the Samajwadi Party signed a seat deal, Modi again criticized the INDIA bloc, claiming that dynastic parties fought in the name of caste and did not want to enable any Dalit or tribal person to advance in their political career.

“The members of the INDI alliance, who are adamant about inciting conflict and fighting in the name of caste, are opposed to any and all plans that are presented to Dalits and those who are deprived. It is in the interest of their family that they engage in political activity in the name of caste, as Modi put it.

PM Modi emphasizes the importance of an education system based on Indian values.
In 400 seats push, PM Modi sets 80/80 target for UP

“The dynastic parties do not want to allow any Dalit or tribal person to advance outside of their family, with the exception of members of their own families,” Everyone is aware of the individuals who were opposed to the nation’s first indigenous woman being elected president. “These are the same dynastic parties that begin remembering Dalits during elections,” he remarked, referring to the presidential elections that took place the previous year, which resulted in Droupadi Murmu being elected as the first tribal president of the country.

We must use extreme caution around them. “The intentions of our government are clear for the poor, the deprived, the backward, and the Dalits,” he said after offering prayers at the Sant Ravidas temple in Seer Goverdhanpur here on the occasion of the 647th anniversary of Sant Ravidas’ birth.

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