A ground-level survey of the Haridwar Parliamentary constituency was conducted by India News to analyse the performance of Ramesh Pokhriyal, the Member of Parliament from Haridwar, and gather voters’ feedback about him.
Haridwar, known as the religious city, holds its distinct religious identity worldwide. It is believed that taking a dip in the Har Ki Pauri grants access to heaven. The Kumbh Mela is held here every twelve years. The journey from the mountains of the Ganges River to the plains makes Haridwar one of the prominent cities. The lush green forests and the sacred Ganges River add natural beauty to this land, while the political atmosphere here remains quite active.
Currently, Ramesh Pokhriyal, a stalwart leader of the BJP, represents Haridwar in the Lok Sabha. Known as the religious city of the country, Haridwar is considered the centre of faith for people of Hindu culture worldwide. In the present time, this seat, under the BJP’s control, has alternated between Congress and BJP. In 1977, the competition between Congress and BJP was equal on this seat.
BJP has won six times from this seat, while Congress has secured victory five times. It will be intriguing to see who emerges victorious in this grand contest this time. The Haridwar Lok Sabha seat is considered a VIP seat. Voters here often cast their votes based on the candidate’s profile more than development.
Issues in Haridwar range from ghats to city cleanliness. Both caste cards and development are crucial factors in voting in rural areas. There are a total of 14 assembly seats here. Haridwar Lok Sabha seat has approximately 1.8 million voters. Voter demographics are determined based on mountainous and plain regions.
People living in the mountains have their specific issues, while voters in the plains vote based on their problems. Winners from here need to establish proper communication between mountain and plain voters. The pace of development in Haridwar Lok Sabha appears rapid when there is a major event. The Kumbh Mela showcases splendid development, limited to the city of Haridwar.
The basic infrastructure in Haridwar has developed, with attention to cleanliness. However, foundational structures in rural areas appear weaker. Many issues require significant attention. The 2024 general election for the Haridwar Lok Sabha seat is crucial. Before the election, the public is undoubtedly evaluating their representative’s work.
India News is conducting precise surveys to assess the Member of Parliament’s performance, ensuring the public’s opinions are transparently conveyed to the nation. The speed of development in Haridwar Lok Sabha becomes apparent during significant events like the Kumbh Mela, but it is limited to the city of Haridwar.
The basic structures in Haridwar have developed, with a focus on cleanliness. However, foundational structures in rural areas appear weaker. Many issues require significant attention. The 2024 general election for the Haridwar Lok Sabha seat is crucial. Before the election, the public is undoubtedly evaluating their representative’s work.
Presence in Parliament, number of questions, utilisation of MP funds, and special contributions are factors considered for assessing parliamentary performance. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank’s presence in Parliament is approximately 80%.
He has raised about 14% of the questions, focusing on the region and the country’s development. Regarding the MP fund, he has spent around 73%, and his special contribution to parliamentary proceedings is around 55%. Based on these factors, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank is rated at 1 with a score of 0.55, which is better than average.
In response to the six questions asked, the people of Haridwar Lok Sabha constituency have given their opinions. Most people believe that the MP’s work in the region is better than average. While the focus on development in the region was higher before, it appears slightly diminished now. The public in Haridwar Lok Sabha is both satisfied and dissatisfied with the MP’s work.
Some want to see their MP more active in the region, as they had high expectations from him. When it comes to voting, a significant number of people consider the NDA better. The Modi government’s work is appreciated, but voters haven’t completely decided whom to vote for.
Based on the development in the region, the people of Haridwar Lok Sabha give their MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank a score of 7, which is 3.92, indicating above-average satisfaction. About 56% of people, according to our ground survey, rate him slightly higher than average.
In India News’ survey, questions were asked to the public about the MP’s performance, similar to our ground survey. The results of the social media survey are also being presented to you. In the social media survey, the MP received a score of approximately 0.50 in 1, which is average. Around 50% of people on social media have a favourable opinion about the MP.
Considering the parliamentary performance, presence in Parliament, ground performance, social media survey, and our ground survey, MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank receives approximately 5.42 in 10, which is better than average but less than 60%. Therefore, the people of Haridwar Lok Sabha constituency have given a Fifty-Fifty report card to MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.
The public opinion gathered from the ground survey indicates a mixed sentiment. While a majority acknowledges the MP’s work in the region as better than average, there is a discernible expectation for more active involvement in local development. The voters’ inclination towards the NDA and appreciation for the Modi government’s initiatives are notable, although a significant portion remains undecided about their vote.After talking to thousands of people in the Haridwar Lok Sabha constituency, India News has presented these figures to its viewers. After interacting with people from various backgrounds, including women, men, farmers, labourers, students, and business people, this interesting figure has emerged. In this figure, MP Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank is scoring approximately 54%, creating a scenario of neither passing nor failing, essentially a ‘FIFTY-FIFTY’ situation.