Ujjain: Well-known astrologer Pt Anand Shankar Vyas has predicted that this general elections are not easy to win for the existing BJP-led NDA government. “Representation of Dalits, minorities and women in the power will increase. Any unprecedented incident may occur during elections and thus the election outcome will be un-imaginary and beyond expectations,” he claimed. During informal talk with Free Press, Pt Vyas released predictions for the New Hindu Year (Vikram Samvat-2076), called ‘Paridhavi varsh’, which began from April 6.
He has included all predictions in his “Shri Mahakal Panchagam”, which is being published for last 97 years. Pt Vyas and his ancestors belong to Maharishi Sandipani’s vansh (clan), who imparted education to Lord Krishna in Ujjain some 5035 years ago. Pt Vyas informed that Ravi (Sun) will be pradhan mantri (prime minister) this year under the rule of Shani (Saturn) during the “Paridhavi Samvastsar”. Planet Saturn is considered to be the son of Sun and they used to be mutually opponent to each other which indicates that this year will be of huge struggle. The previous year was just opposite as at that time Saturn (son) was pradhan mantri under the regime of Sun (father).
The veteran astrologer said that the tenure of present Union government is going to expire on May 26, 2019 and the fresh elections will be held during 72nd year of independence itself. Days coming between May 7 and June 24 will be of extreme struggle and crisis. Shani, which is a planet of social service and politics, seems to be under the influence of Ketu (small planet) and this situation may lead to un-imaginary and unprecedented scenario, he elaborated.
The 73rd independence year which will begin from August 15, 2019 will be excellent for incumbent government at the Centre. But, extreme crisis may occur for about 45 days from December 2019 as Pakistan-supported terrorists in wake of Kashmir problem may cause a big incident during this duration. So there is a need to keep extra vigil in May-June and December. China may also create problems on North-East border, Pt Vyas predicted.