one day beforeAuthor: Navneet Gurjar, National Editor, Dainik Bhaskar
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It's been four days. The weather is rainy throughout the winter. Farmers are happy. They got relief by watering wheat and gram once. On the other hand, shivering is going on in the cities in the morning and evening. There is so much fog and melting that even without rain the water is dripping. It is extremely cold, but the heat of political discussion is also rising. Just as there is a cloud in the sky, similarly the results of the elections of five states are also surrounded by clouds of apprehensions.
Exit polls came. Many agencies conducted surveys, but even their results did not clear the clouds. Rather it should be said that it has gone a little too deep. It seems that these clouds are not going to clear before 3rd December. The sky will be clear this day. Discussions, debates, fights, quarrels, sulking will continue till then, but there is no need to be sad. Well, today is the day. No matter how many dives you take. Everything should be clear tomorrow.
Well, people already know that Congress is going to be very strong in Telangana and Chhattisgarh. The matter is stuck in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot worked hard in Rajasthan. Many free sheep were distributed. Many new plans were proposed. Still, the situation is not as clear as it is in Chhattisgarh.
There is twenty years of anti-incumbency against BJP in Madhya Pradesh, but still a clear wave of Congress is not visible here. Well, the discussion continues and there is no end to this discussion. There is no family.
However, it is absolutely true that those who are debating, fighting and continuously making claims and counter-claims about the election results, the victory or defeat of any party or candidate does not make any difference to their lives. It's not going to happen. Their life will be the same as it was five years ago or even five years before that.
But what to do? We have to discuss. If we have voted, it is our duty to see and estimate its result. Curiosity is one word. In Hindu we can call it Pratyasha. She is always there. …And it is not going to calm down before December 3. Till then all that is left is to guess. So are applying.