On May 23, 2019 a teacher at New Dehli Jawaharlal Nehru University Mahindra Nath Thakur said, “The Congress has not done well and Modi will effectively face no opposition in his second straight term as Prime Minister.”
After seventh –phase of general elections results on May 19, 2019 Bharatiya Janata Party [BJP] attained elections by 350 out of 542 seats. The triumph showed that the return of Prime Minister for a second term.
BJP won complete majority in the 545 member Lok Sabha [House of the People] the Indian parliament’s lower house while the opposite United Progressive Alliance [UPA] won by 90 seats and victory was celebrated in Headquarters of BJP.
Reports collected by various News channels has shown that nearly 67 percent voters [more than 900 million] cast their vote in the staggered elections that the ruling party fought on issues of national security and a hardline Hindu agenda.
Counting was done in four state assembly elections in Andhra, Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim.
Fatima Ali, Head of opposition Congress Party declared “unexpected results” and stated in a press conference, “We thought this was the time for Modi to go,” she said.
However, the results are not accepted by the opposition but India’s closest friend Israel sent the beauteous greeting to him and he also tweeted, “Congratulations, my friend @Narindramodi, on your expressive election victory! The election results further reaffirm your leadership of the world’s largest democracy. Together we will continue to strengthen the great friendship between India & Israel. Well done my friend.”
India is dominant Hindu state with rigorous capitalistic state with some new kind of welfare mechanism that would be enrolled out o keep the masses in favour of the party.