BJP’s National Vice President Jai Panda emphasized that the party had set very ‘high targets’ in Bengal. He told CNN-, ‘In Bengal, we had set a target of coming from three seats to thirds. In such a situation, it is also important to move closer to the third. Now there is a unipolar situation in Bengal. Talk about the southern front DMK alliance is returning to power after 10 years. But analysts believe that the ‘tsunami’ that DMK was expecting did not happen. This electoral battle took place in the absence of Karunanidhi and Jayalalithaa between Stalin and the incumbent Chief Minister Palaniswami in the state. Senior journalist R Bhagwan Singh said that the NDA’s victory in the neighboring Union Territory of Puducherry will help the BJP in Tamil Nadu. Till Sunday evening, BJP and NR Congress alliance was close to majority. The BJP camp has also found a reason to be happy with the results of the Assam election. In the midst of CAA-NRC disputes, BJP took the path of its victory. The North-Eastern state elected a non-Congress government for two consecutive terms for the first time.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also created history in Kerala. Taking action immediately after the floods in the year 2018 and during the Corona epidemic, the Kerala government’s strategy retained the charm of victory among the people. The government changes in the state every five years, but this time it did not happen. Not only this, the NDA i.e. BJP-led party did not get a single seat in this state. Kerala is the only state where the Left party is in rule.