Why is the BJP making the same mistake as the Congress in its election campaign?
By the end of the first week of the state assembly elections, the BJP had won the most seats, winning a whopping 51.4% of the total seats.
The Congress had won 11.2% of votes and its share of seats in the state was just 3.6%.
The BJP had been in power for just over five years.
The party has been seen as a party that has lost its way and is no longer in touch with the people.
It was no surprise that the BJP was able to win the state after it had already won in Uttar Pradesh.
But the Congress was able only to win two out of the nine assembly seats, despite a clear lead.
The BJP’s election campaign was not without its own issues.
The BJP’s campaign slogan was “Make in India” and its chief ministerial candidate, Murli Manohar Joshi, has a long record of economic and social policies.
The election was seen as an opportunity for the party to show its credentials as a progressive economic policy-maker.
The Opposition Congress party, which is trying to put a question mark over the BJP’s chances, was also seen as not being in touch.
The Congress, meanwhile, had an even bigger problem to deal with.
The ruling party has a poor record on the economy.
The economy in the country has been stagnant for the last four years, as the global economy has turned negative.
The GDP growth rate has been on a downward trend for the past four years.
In fact, the country is projected to fall below 7% growth by 2022.
While the government is trying its best to address the economy, the Opposition has been working to take the lead.
The opposition has been trying to portray the BJP as a corrupt party and as a government that was corrupt.
It is a perception that has worked against the BJP in Uttar as the opposition has tried to make the Congress look corrupt.
In the past, the Congress had been seen by the BJP to be in touch only with the upper middle-class and urban elites, with the exception of a few members of the saffron party.
However, in Uttar, the ruling party was able, despite the fact that the party had a clear majority in the assembly, to win a huge number of seats and win the majority of seats.
Even if the Congress is seen as corrupt, it has also won elections in Uttar.
And the opposition is still trying to make them look like corrupt.
This is why the Congress should be happy.
The time has come for the opposition to show some accountability.
The political landscape has changed in Uttar recently.
The last two states where the BJP has held power, Jharkhand and Odisha, are now dominated by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
This is a clear sign that the Congress has failed in its attempt to form a political party.
The new elections, however, are also a test of the BJP and the Opposition.
The Modi government is also facing challenges in other states.
For example, the election in West Bengal, the seat of the ruling Trinamool Congress, is due to be held on February 20.
This will be the second time a Trinamul Congress seat will be held after the recent poll result.
But this time, the opposition will have to work harder to contest the seat.
The Election Commission of India (ECI) has said that it will announce its decision on February 23.
The first week was a very important one for the BJP.
The first two days of the elections were marred by controversies, with Congress members attacking the BJP on social media.
The Chief Minister of West Bengal also spoke out against the Congress, and called on the BJP leader Yogi Adityanath to resign.
But, the first two weeks have not been so bad.
The parties have not lost momentum.
And even if the BJP is seen to be a party in crisis, it is not too late to take some steps to make things better.
The only question is when and how the BJP can take its steps to mend its image.