The final results are here, with the Modi’s BJP dominating with the 297 seats, pretty much more than the needed 272 needed to form a Government. This is the second time, Modi has been allotted a five-year mandate and this one’s larger than the one in 2014, when he became Prime Minister for the first time in the Indian Elections.
Rajyavardhan Rathore on IndiatodayTV after the celebration, said that, “We love our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi”.
In the duration of 30 years, no political party in India, from 1984 to 2014, has dominated with such much seats to form a Government.
IN 2014, Modi was able to dominate among the 464 political parties, sweeping them out with the majority votes. At the time, he was appealing to the voters in Hindu speaking areas of Central and Northern India.
The Campaign, which led him to this victory, in 2019 was pretty different, in which he branded himself as the Chowkidar, a security guard. The aim of which was to keep the country and Hindu’s safe.
Although, five years ago, Modi represented himself as the Economic Reformer, who would deal with the issues and the problems of the Indian public that they had been facing for years, and holding the country back in every regard.
He promised India to make a great country again, and overcoming every problem, but in the long haul of five years, the unemployment rose to 46 percent, and there are still distressing economy sectors in his first five year’s mandate.