By Iram Salim
Modi did it in 2014 and Modi did it again in 2019 with a thumping 2/3 majority. This happened because he was facing a sissy boy Rahul Gandhi. In fact it was a match between a Man and a Sissy boy. The result was obvious.
After Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi, Narendra Modi managed to got two-third majority in 2019 India polls. Modi swept the election on Thursday in the face of all Hindu politics.
According to results Modi led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliance grabbed more than 340 seats of the 542 House. In 2014 polls BJP led alliance got 282 seats. 272 seats are required to government.
It is the first back-to-back majority for a single party since 1984. The main opposition Congress Party led alliance got over 90 seats. Sissy boy is now facing pressure to quit presidentship of Congress.
“It’s a huge mandate for positive politics and the policies of Narendra Modi,” said GVL Narasimha Rao, a BJP spokesman. “It’s a huge win for India. We are humbled by the magnificence of this victory.”
Modi was under pressure when he began campaigning, losing three state elections in December amid rising anger over farm prices and unemployment. However, campaigning shifted towards India’s relationship with Pakistan after a suicide car bomb killed 40 Indian police in occupied Kashmir in February, to the benefit of the right-wing BJP, analysts said. Members of his party now want him to take a harder line on national security, as well as build a controversial temple on the site of a mosque that was demolished by a Hindu mob in Ayodhya in 1992.
Although PM Pakistan Imran Khan congratulated Modi and wished to have good relations. Let’s see how the relations of both countries go in days to come. Pak Destiny