Who will be India’s next Prime Minister, and can Narendra Modi be sworn in for the third time?

Modi defeated Congress’s Ajay Rai by less than 1,52,513 votes in his Lok Sabha seat from Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh. According to insiders, Modi will take his third oath as Prime Minister on June 8, in the evening. The NDA won 292 seats, giving them a majority, while the BJP fell short. If the NDA forms the government, Modi would become the second leader after former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru to retain power for a third time.

With its majority, BJP defeated Congress in these states.Madhya Pradesh 29/29 seats,Madhya Pradesh 29/29 seats,Andhra Pradesh 21/25 seats,Bihar 30/40

  • Bharatiya Janata Party 2014 – 282 Seats win
  • Bharatiya Janata Party 2019 – 303 Seats win
  • Bharatiya Janata Party 2024 – 240 Seats win

Today Narendra Damodar Das. Modi met with President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi to offer his resignation and that of his Cabinet.

Nitish and Chandrababu Naidu have emerged as powerful figures in the run-up to the 2024 elections, with victories in Bihar and Andhra Pradesh projected to have a significant impact on the Narendra Modi administration.

From April 19 to June 1, 2024, India held seven phases of elections to elect all 543 Lok Sabha members. Votes were tallied, and the result was announced on June 4 to form the 18th Lok Sabha.This was the biggest election in history, exceeding the previous one, and lasted 44 days, trailing only the 1951-52 Indian general election. Narendra Modi, the incumbent prime minister who had finished his second term, contested for a third term. The election was attacked for Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) failure to take action on hate speech, as well as reported Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) malfunctions and claimed repression of BJP political opponents.Although Modi’s National Democratic Alliance (NDA) won 293 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats, the BJP lost its majority as the opposition won more seats than expected. The opposition alliance Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) got 234 seats, with the Indian National Congress gaining the most (99 seats)

Narendra Modi, India’s 14th Prime Minister, has been a key player in Indian politics since he took office in May 2014. Modi, known for his strong leadership style and charismatic public persona, comes from a humble background in Gujarat and rose through the ranks of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). His stint as Gujarat’s Chief Minister (2001-2014) was highlighted by tremendous economic growth and industrial development, notwithstanding disputes over social policies and human rights.

As Prime Minister, Modi has promoted ambitious economic changes and infrastructural projects through programs such as “Make in India,” “Digital India,” and “Clean India” (Swachh Bharat). His government has adopted the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which aims to create a unified tax structure across India, and has attempted to strengthen India’s global status through aggressive foreign policy and contact with international leaders.

Despite his popularity, Modi’s term has been criticized for problems such as how he handled ethnic tensions, economic concerns such as unemployment, and policies such as the demonetization of high-value currencies in 2016. Nonetheless, Modi’s effect on Indian politics and his ability to connect with a broad base of the public remain enormous, making him one of the most powerful politicians in contemporary India.

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