Elections in a democracy is a matter of relationship between voter/elector and the elected politician.
Like all relationships, it needs to be, created, nurtured and kindled from time to time. The star of 2019 elections is YSJR who won in Andhra Pradesh.
Yeduguri Sandinti Rajasekhara Reddy, popularly known as YSR, was a two-time Chief Minister of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, serving from 2004 to 2009 and who died in 2009. He was member of Congress Party who was unceremoniously expelled from party.
Yeduguri Sandinti Jaganmohan Reddy, (YSJR) is the son of the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, Y. S. Rajasekhara Reddy.
Formation of BJP:
Bhartiya Janata Party was founded in April 1980, after collapse of Janata Party, which was an all party front created by all parties to fight Indira Congress in 1977.
The first election it fought was in 1984 and it won just two members of parliament.
From just two seats in Lok Sabha in 1984 to winning two back-to-back majority in general elections, the BJP now firmly occupies the position of dominance that the Congress once held. The 300+ seats BJP has won in 2019 is the saffron party’s highest ever Lok Sabha tally. It had won 282 seats in 2014. The saffron map of BJP in 2019:
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Excerpts from eBook
India 2019: Will Narendra Modi Win?: (A political analysis of democracy in India) [Kindle Edition]
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The massive illiteracy and poverty of people shook Gandhi as much as his words shook the people who so far had only their luck to curse. Now they knew that their poverty was the evil effect of British Raj.
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The use of technology produces good results but it has one flaw. Technology either gets obsolete very quickly or has diminishing returns each time it is used.
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ambition is not only a genetic disorder but it is more infectious then flue. Ideology is just a dispensable rocket while gaining altitude on the path of ambition.