Modi will come …

Modi will come …
If the trend of exit polls in the Lok Sabha elections is true, then the National Democratic Alliance led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi (NDA) will be in power again. Most of the tests have predicted that NDA is in power and the BJP-led alliance has shown 267 to 339 seats.

If the trend of exit polls in the Lok Sabha elections is true, then the National Democratic Alliance led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi (NDA) will be in power again. Most of the tests have predicted that NDA is in power and the BJP-led alliance has shown 267 to 339 seats. Although the techniques and techniques of such tests have been developed and they are guided by the voters’ clout, their limitations have often been seen before. Therefore, it is advisable to wait till the actual settlement of May 23, rather than letting the next math be considered as the Modi government has come. The trials said that the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) will get minimum 108 seats to 162 seats, saying that Modi will get a majority. The Congress party, which has ruled the country for the first three decades since Independence, seems to have lost its momentum in the last parliamentary elections. The real election was different from many different connotations. An attempt was made to unify the opponents to defeat Modi. In this, the Congress did not achieve complete success, but the party played a leading role in several states. That is why this party is fighting for the lowest place in history. At the end of last year, Congress won the Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, and hence the efforts of the allies created a picture like ‘Modi vs Congress President Rahul Gandhi’. However, it was not real. Even though Rahul acknowledged that he had effectively campaigned, his chances of being elected overall would be lower in the number of accounts.

That’s what looks like from exit poll. The real election was that it was against all the opponents of Modi. But there is no triumphant leader in these dominant states. It was natural for BJP to take advantage of this. The Congress had the limit to make concessions while giving candidacy. Unfortunately Rahul did not cross that. While forgetting history, he forgot the current Congress party. It is seen from the ‘Pol’ that the power of mathematics went away five years away from them on this difficult journey. Uttar Pradesh is the largest state in terms of seats. Congress has not been able to gain power for the last three decades. There, the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party took the lead. If the Congress had negotiated with them, there would have been a big advantage in Congress. Of course, only two seats of SP and BSP, Amethi and Rae Bareli have shown the price of the Congress. The same thing happened in the Capital Delhi. The ruling party could not accommodate the Aam Aadmi Party. The two big states of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, which have gained power six months ago, have found that the Congress is not good. If this happens, then Congress has no other option than to have a strong self-examination. In the last five years, the Modi government has made many mistakes, polarized the religion, did not keep promises, ‘Raphael’ has been misused, and the issues propagated by opponents. In response to them, the BJP raised the issue of nationalism. There was a personal humiliation on both sides. On this backdrop, ordinary voters seem to be firm on this conclusion that there is no objection to Modi giving another opportunity. The country’s politics is now moving in a different direction, the need for all parties to take into account is more explicit. Traditionally, religion, caste and language are divided into divisions, leaving the mathematics to become selfish, the issue of nationalism and patriotism emerges from the conclusions. Similarly, the ‘mindset of voters’ is still to be believed to be permanent, even though ‘we have not done very good at one time, but our homes are not full, it is more important’. The campaign was started with a minimum of issues at this time. Let’s move towards the point that the issues will remain important until the end. If you come to ‘Exit Poll,’ then the word ‘Modi’ itself seems to be true.
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