Wednesday, April 2, 2014

2014 Lok Sabha Election: Fate Of Congress Leader Prem Chand Guddu

Lok Sabha elections dates are already announced i.e. from April 7 to May 12, 2014. Today, we will talk Congress candidate, Prem Chand Guddu. He is contesting from Ujjain constituency, Madhya Pradesh. Read what astrologer Acharya Raman has to say about his fate.

Congress leader Prem Chand Guddu will stand in Lok Sabha 2014 election from Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh.

The fever of election can be witnessed throughout the nation. This craze among the people is seen right after the Vidhan Sabha Polls. All parties are trying their best to pitch a universally accepted candidate in the desired constituency, so that they can win a seat in Lok Sabha.

Premchand Guddu is current MP from Ujjain seat of Madhya Pradesh. He will be contesting on the same seat again. His party is not showing good results in opinion polls on almost every channel. He was born on 2-9-1960 in Indore as per his legal records in Lok sabha. He is higher secondary pass which is 12th class in common language.

Let us see what the chart for his electoral future says:

Muhurat Chart/ Chart for moment

Date: March 14, 2014
Day: Friday

Time of Chart: 9: 46: 8 GMT+05:30
Place: Bhopal
KP Original Ayanamsa: 23° 57’ 26’’

KP Rule For Winning An Election

If the csl of 6th cusp is a significator of any of 6,10,11 houses then the person will qualify but if that csl signifies cusps 4,5,12 then the opponent wins. If he favors both equally the we have to see the significations of Maha dasha- Antardasha lord.

The sixth cusp sub lord is Venus posited in 9th bhava.
The 10th cusp sub lord is Saturn in 6th bhava.
The 11th cusp sub lord is Venus in 9th bhava.
The 11th cusp sub lord Venus is significator of cusps 4,9,2,7.
The pratyantar lord Sun is significator of 2,11,9,12,5.

Conclusion: Premchand Guddu will LOSE the election.

Remedial Measures: He should recite “ Aditya Hridaya Stotra” himself or by an able priest, at least 1008 times to get things better for him. It should be performed at least 4 days before the polls in his constituency.

By Acharya Raman

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