Modi reigns Supreme; NDA gets historic mandate in Indian Politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s NDA reached the victory bigger than in 2014. The BJP keeps its core states – the Hindi heartland, Gujarat and Maharashtra – while posting fresh victories in Bengal, Odisha and the northeast. It has also scored a huge win in Karnataka – a state the Congress rules jointly with HD Kumaraswamy.

Votes are still being counted, but on current trends, the Indian prime minister’s Bharatiya Janata Party will win a more impressive single-party majority in parliament than last time around.

On the big day- Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a thread-

PM Modi on the spirit- “Chawkidar”

Minister of Foreign affairs Sushma Swaraj is the first from the cabinet who extended her wishes to PM Narendra Modi-

Elections were held on 542 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats and a party or alliance needs 272 seats to form the government.

It’s a remarkable demonstration of voters’ faith in Modi’s carefully crafted strongman image. The members of parliament that actually got elected won’t count for much anyway, given how heavily their campaign leaned on Modi’s charisma.

As for the party and its ideology, the BJP’s identification with Modi is now complete. He has a clear five-year runaway to shape the national agenda, and his ministers will have to back him to the hilt.

Hence, it’s proved as BJP chief Amit Shah said during election campaigns that- if Narendra Modi was a wave in 2014, He is a Tsunami this time.

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