Republic TV and CVoters, collaborate for the National Approval Ratings, to pan out an entire picture of the nation's political scenario by predicting as to who will win if the polls are held today. While discussing the National Approval Ratings on tonight's Debate with Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, along with a dialogue of different opinions, the debate witnessed a dialogue in a variety of languages, from guests coming from different parts of the country, supporting a variety of political fronts.
While the fierce political arguments and conversations unfolded around Lok Sabha 2019, the guests on the debates could be seen speaking in diverse languages from Bengali to Bhojpuri, Telugu, and Hindi.
While discussing the nations political mood by the statistics of January's, while discussing TMC supremo hosted 'United Front' alliance rally in Kolkata, BJP spokesperson, SC advocate Gaurav Bhatia started to debate by mocking the Bengali accent, which was retaliated in Bengali by political analyst Prof Garga Chatterjee.
Soon, the discussion began to take a light-hearted turn when guests on the dais began conversing in their language, as Arnab translated Bengali to English for the viewers.
As the conversation crawled ahead, C-Voter Yashwant Deshmukh chose to speak in Bhojpuri and to add on, TDP spokesperson Dinakar Lanka spoke about Chandrababu Naidu in Telugu, backing the Mahagatbandhan.
The multi-lingual scenario gave a glimpse of the diversity in the politics of the country, and the fervor of the upcoming Lok Sabha 2019 elections.
As far as the National Approval Rating is concerned, in 2014 Lok Sabha BJP had secured a majority of seat share on its own winning 282 seats and NDA winning a total of 336 seats. According to the January edition of projections, the BJP-led NDA is predicted to go down by 103 seats, by securing 233 seats. This down-slide is also reflected because their ally in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena is predicted to come down to 4 seats, compared to the 18 seats won in 2014.
On the other hand, Congress lost by securing merely 44 seats and 60 UPA seats in the Lok Sabha 2014 elections. In this edition, the Congress-led UPA is projected to gain over a 100 seats compared to their substandard performance in 2014, is projected to win 167 seats. Whereas the Other parties are cumulatively projected to win 143 seats, predominately counting on the Mahagatbandhan of Akhilesh Yadav's SP, Mayawati's BSP and RLD, that is predicted to secure 51 seats in Uttar Pradesh.