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Highlights of India Today Hindi 17th April 2019, issue:Cover Story: Janadesh 2019-Aalekh Satta Ke Liye Subayee Jung The BJP cannot count on a walkover. Powerful regional players will have pivotal roles in determining the course of the election and demand a share of the spoils. Cover Story: Janadesh 2019-Kstrwar Jung Mukhya Hindi Patti Desh Ke Dil Par Raj Karne Ki Jung The heartland states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh played a big role in the Modi-led BJP’s triumph in 2014. But up against an SP-BSP gathbandhan in UP and out of power in Chhattisgarh and MP, the BJP’s brute majority stands challenged in 2019. Cover Story: Janadesh 2019-Kstrwar Jung-East Poorab Mein Ab Naya Savera? The 12 states of the East account for more than a fourth of the 543 Lok Sabha seats. The BJP, a relatively minor player in the region till 2014, is on a rising curve and the once-dominant Congress is struggling for political salience. Two big regional forces—the Trinamool Congress in West Bengal and the Biju Janata Dal in Odisha—are likely to play pivotal roles in determining which national party gets to occupy the treasury benches in the next Lok Sabha. Cover Story: Janadesh 2019-Kstrwar Jung-Uttar Uttar Ki Mili-Juli Siyasi Tasveer In Jammu & Kashmir, the Congress is in a tacit understanding with regional parties, and in Punjab, the BJP continues its 1997 alliance with the Shiromani Akali Dal. The electoral face-off in the other four northern states—Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Delhi—as of now, is without pre-poll alliances or seat-sharing deals. The final outcome from the 45 northern constituencies is likely to be a mixed bag.

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