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When Akash Is Not The Limit

Jogi is retired hurt. So, save for Judeo's sulk and minor disharmony, the BJP looks like running away with it

When Akash Is
Not The Limit
Jitender Gupta
When Akash Is Not The Limit
outlookindia.com
-0001-11-30T00:00:00+05:53

Crashing The Party:

  • BJP clearly way ahead of rivals.
  • If sympathy for Ajit Jogi persists, then Congress may pick up a seat or two.
  • Minus Jogi, Congress campaign fast losing steam.
  • Judeo’s absence a setback for BJP campaign.

The shadow of Ajit Jogi looms large over the political landscape of Chhattisgarh, despite his physical removal from the electoral scene following a near-fatal road accident last fortnight. Sympathy for Jogi is pitted against a palpable pro-Atal wave in both urban and rural segments. But will the sympathy endure till the polls?

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