Winning MPs quit parliament after elections

Ten Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs, including two union ministers who won the assembly elections, reportedly tendered their resignations from the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
Winning MPs quit parliament after elections

Ten Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs, including two union ministers who won the assembly elections, reportedly tendered their resignations from the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. The ten MPs submitted their resignations after meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President JP Nadda. Nine MPs submitted their resignations at the speaker's office as they were accompanied by the party president. The tenth member of parliament, Kirori Lal Meena, submitted his resignation to the Rajya Sabha chairman.

Using Prime Minister Narendra Modi's charisma and the might of the party organization, the BJP fought the election. No candidate for chief minister was projected by the party in any of the states that were headed for elections.

After controlling Madhya Pradesh for eighteen of the previous twenty years, the BJP broke records and regained control of the state. This seems to be a reflection of the party's organizational strength in the state as well as the appeal of its programs and leadership.

Rajasthan appears to have adopted the more than thirty-year-old practice of alternating governments, with the BJP defeating the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress administration. In Chhattisgarh, where the ruling Congress was expected to perform well, the BJP made a strong comeback. The BJP appears to be succeeding with a robust, persistent, and aggressive campaign along with equivalent pledges from the Congress in the polls.

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