A less fortunate than anticipated execution in Haryana and Maharashtra will hurt the Bharatiya Janata Party in the Rajya Sabha.
A superior presentation in these two states would have helped the BJP in compensating for its potential misfortunes in view of its gathering political race misfortunes in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan in 2018. All things considered, Thursday’s outcomes will mean just a minimal decrease in the Rajya Sabha seats for the BJP (and BJP-Shiv Sena) for these two states and a similarly negligible increment for the Congress.
Maharashtra and Haryana send 19 and five individuals separately to the Rajya Sabha. Of the five individuals from Haryana, the Congress has only one, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has three while Subash Chandra is a free. Certainly, Chandra was sponsored by the BJP. In Maharashtra, the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have seven MPs, while the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has 11 MPs.
Of the five Rajya Sabha seats from Haryana, two each will have races in 2020 and 2022. Of the 19 Rajya Sabha seats from Maharashtra, seven will have decisions in 2020, while another six will have races in 2022.The different seats in both Haryana and Maharashtra might be on the ballot in 2024. Among the 13 Rajya Sabha seats from Maharashtra which will be on the ballot in 2020 and 2022, the NDA has seven seats while the Congress-NCP has five.
Among the four Rajya Sabha seats which will go to surveys in 2020 and 2022 in Haryana, the Congress has only one.
As per data given by PRS administrative research, the quantity of MLAs required to choose a Rajya Sabha MP in Haryana and Maharashtra is 30 and 36 separately.
Since two seats will go to surveys in Haryana and seven seats will go to surveys in Maharashtra at the same time in 2020, the BJP won’t have enough votes of its own to send more than one Rajya Sabha part in Haryana and the BJP-Shiv Sena, with a count of 163 seats, will have the option to send four Rajya Sabha MPs from Maharashtra. The Congress will have the option to send one Rajya Sabha MP from Haryana, and the Congress-NCP join, with a count of 103, two from Maharashtra in 2020. Things will be pretty much comparative in the 2022 surveys, as the quantity of seats which will have races are same in Haryana and one less in Maharashtra.
Given the way that gatherings which are not lined up with either the BJP or the Congress have increased a noteworthy number of seats, 18 in Haryana and 20 in Maharashtra, they also will assume a huge job in figuring out who gets the opportunity to send its individuals from the Rajya Sabha.
The BJP which has 82 MPs in the upper house as of now, against the Congress’ 45, will likewise endure a few misfortunes in its Rajya Sabha count from the conditions of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, where it lost to the Congress in 2018.
The BJP has just 15 MLAs in Chhattisgarh, not exactly the 30 required to send a MP to the Rajya Sabha. In Rajasthan, it has just 73 MLAs, which can procure it only one Rajya Sabha MP given the base number of MLAs required is 50 (as per PRS). In Madhya Pradesh, the BJP has 109 MLAs, and the base number of MLAs required to send a MP to Rajya Sabha is 58. Right now, the BJP has three Rajya Sabha MPs from Chhattisgarh, eight from Madhya Pradesh and nine from Rajasthan.
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