Who will be the Next CM of Odisha in 2019?

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Odisha Elections 2019 is special because of simultaneous polls for the state legislative assembly 2019 as well as Lok Sabha elections 2019. The elections in the state will be held in four phases as announced by the election commission. The prominent parties in the state BJP, Congress and BJD have been doing rigorous campaigning since the election dates were announced. The viewers can watch the Odisha elections 2019 and India elections 2019 updates live on YuppTV.

Odisha elections 2019 has seen big changes till date. The strong mans of BJD switching parties, new candidates for different constituencies, major changes in party politics, the elections in the state have been far unpredictable. But according to the astrologers, the national parties won’t be able to capture the BJD strong fortress in this election as well. There are 147 legislative assembly seats and 21 Lok Sabha seats in Odisha. In the 2014 elections, BJD had swept 20 out of 21 Lok Sabha seats in the state with BJP bagging only 1 seat and Congress winning none. The regional party had also won 112 seats out of 147 in the legislative assembly elections. The state has been a difficult terrain to penetrate for parties other than BJD. The state will undergo the third phase of elections on 23rd April 2019 and the fourth phase of elections on 29th April 2019. The astrologers have predicted BJD will win by a huge margin and Naveen Patnaik will be the next CM of the state. In spite of a strong opposition this time, the strongholds of the regional party are unlikely to be affected. Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan who eyes CM Post is likely to continue as Union Minister. There is less probability of witnessing any big changes in politics in Odisha.

Despite strong opposition allegations, tussles, challenges, adversities, the regional party is likely to stay unaffected and emerge victorious in Odisha Elections 2019. Chief minister Naveen Patnaik and his government will probably retain the chair for another term as predicted.