To win re-election is not really an easily task in the next Lok Sabha elections, boosted by its performance in the Gujarat Assembly election in December and victory in the Rajasthan bye-polls this month, the Congress has come to believe that Narendra Modi’s days as prime minister are shorting.
Recently a senior congress leader said “You can be sure Modi will not get a second term as prime minister, the next government will be formed by a Congress-led alliance or a BJP-headed alliance under another leader.”
Another top leader argued that the Congress’s “tough challenge” to the BJP in the prime minister’s home state of Gujarat has demonstrated that Modi is not only powerful. Moreover, Congress leaders believe they are with each passage of time is rising against the BJP governments in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra and Haryana which, they said, will be reflected in its reduced strength in the Lok Sabha. The BJP had scored heavily in these states in the last election primarily because of the unpopularity of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government and Modi’s personal charisma. However in case of congress To win power, Rahul Gandhi will have to rely heavily on old and new UPA allies. The Congress needs to strengthen its grassroots organisation and the party must tackle the economy, the agrarian crisis and generating jobs
But in recent times congress performance has provided a much-need boost and they are looking forward in the lok sabha election of 2019. No matter the congress leaders are quite confident about a possible comeback but at the same time few congress leaders thinks that Modi should not be underestimated because he can make some dramatic moves to change the public mood in the BJP’s favour in time for the election. However now it’s totally depend on time and off course the mass who will elect the next PM of our country .