If the reports handed over to Shivraj Singh Chouhan Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister then you can assume the Assembly polls in November 2018 can be clubbed as the general election to be held in 2019. In 2018 March, A panel with two ministers was set by Chouhan that will be helping, pensioned off officials and noticeable residents as associates.
As the statement made by Girja Shankar, the Assembly polls will be clubbed with the parliamentary elections in 2019 where elections are held approximately 6 months before the month of April-May or after it. This simply focuses on that the twelve states having general elections will simultaneously have the Assembly election as well.
The states such as Arunachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Sikkim and Andhra Pradesh have scheduled the election to be scheduled six months after or before 2019 May.
The Party President Amit Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, are resilient votaries of the instantaneous state Assembly polls and Lok Sabha. Apart from Chouhan, the Uttar Pradesh Government of Yogi Adityanath is also in favour of the polls. Also, the 2-3 page reported is also submitted by Sidharth Nath Singh, the State’s health minister, in favour of the simultaneous polls.
However, there is no official statement made by Singh on the possibility of simultaneous polls in 2019 in Uttar Pradesh as in February 2017 held Assembly polls. Well, on February 28th, the 19 states chief minister and deputy chief minister of BJP met in New Delhi in order to discuss for the upcoming simultaneous polls.
Well, Adityanath and Chouhan have set up a panel in order to explore the possibilities. Well, there are many leaders of BJP that are profound for the simultaneous polls. BJP has already lost 4 Assembly polls in just 6 months and with the farmer’s issues, it is a tough war. However, Chouhan could be put in a tough spot with the ongoing conditions.