Lok Sabha Election: 10 Prominent Faces Who Will Decide The Condition And Direction Of Lok Sabha Elections – Lok Sabha Election: 10 Prominent Faces Who Will Decide The Condition And Direction Of Lok Sabha Elections theinsiderinsight

Narendra Modi:

Prime Minister Modi, who is striving for the third consecutive term, not only wants to seal his electoral dominance over India, but is also trying to create history with another consecutive victory by equaling the record of the first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

Prime Minister Modi will try to build the election discourse around “Modi's Guarantee” and “Developed India”. 73-year-old Modi is entering the elections with the confidence of becoming Prime Minister for the third time and has also started work on the blueprint for his next term.

Amit Shah:

Amit Shah, the undeclared 'number 2' in the Union Cabinet and called 'Chanakya' of BJP, will once again play the most important role in his party's strategy. Be it the abrogation of Article 370 or the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), he has handled the government in many difficult situations as the Home Minister. 59-year-old Shah will once again be seen in the avatar of a commander leading his troops in the election battlefield.

Rahul Gandhi:

Congress calls its former president Rahul Gandhi the 'ideological pivot' of the party. The 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' from Kanyakumari to Kashmir changed his image, but the defeat in the state assembly elections has put a question mark on how effective his journey was.

With his 'Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra', 53-year-old Gandhi is again in the public with an aim to ensure 'justice' for the people. Only time will tell whether people will like it or not.

Mallikarjun Kharge:

Mallikarjun Kharge, who started from a Congress worker and rose to the post of President, has five decades of experience in active politics. He took charge of the party in October 2022. 81-year-old Kharge is now facing his toughest test while leading the Congress.

Mamata Banerjee:

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has decided to contest the elections alone in West Bengal, but before this there was a long standing tussle with the opposition alliance 'India' regarding seat sharing between her party and the Congress in the state. 69-year-old Banerjee is giving a tough fight to the BJP in West Bengal and is embroiled in a duel with the Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP has intensified its attacks on Sandeshkhali regarding his case.

When it comes to pre-poll alliance with opposition parties, Mamata Banerjee's mantra is 'go alone', but she seems to be firm on the ideological issue of opposing the BJP.

Arvind Kejriwal:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has traveled from a movement to politics. Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party has governments in two states. The party is also making efforts to increase its support base in other states. Relying on its growing strength in Punjab, Kejriwal has not formed an alliance with any party, but in some states including Delhi, the party has been successful in sharing seats with the Congress.

Nitish Kumar:

Kumar, known for his ability to remain in power in Bihar and easily change political alliances, has once again changed sides ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. The 73-year-old leader's departure to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) proved to be a major blow to the 'India' alliance. The situation in Bihar has changed dramatically with his joining hands with BJP. Now the people have to pass judgment on his latest 'switching sides'.

MK Stalin:

The DMK supremo has established her dominance in Tamil Nadu and is a major opposition force against the BJP in the southern state. Stalin is expected to give a significant electoral lead to the opposition alliance in Tamil Nadu. 71-year-old Stalin is a staunch supporter of the Gandhi family, but his party leaders' controversial comments on 'Sanatan Dharma' have put the 'India' alliance on the backfoot on several occasions and may cause harm in the North.

Tejashwi Yadav:

RJD leaders are again in opposition in Bihar, but their stature has increased in the 'India' alliance. Yadav, 34, has enthusiastically led the opposition group in Bihar and many see him as a capable successor to his father Lalu Prasad's legacy in Bihar. Whether he will be able to spoil NDA's mathematics or not will be tested in the Lok Sabha elections.

Asaduddin Owaisi:

The All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief has often played the role of 'spoiler' for the opposition alliance in the assembly elections and some leaders have termed him as the 'B-team' of the BJP. 54-year-old Owaisi has been firm on his party's right to grow and contest elections in different parts of the country apart from Telangana. It will also be interesting to see whether he will spoil the calculations of the opposition parties or the BJP.

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