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The electoral alliance of Modi won 296 seats, while opposition parties won 234 seats. The initial results of the elections in India are showing a new government structure in which Modi’s extremist statements are facing defeat.
The elections held during Modi’s tenure as a government have raised several questions. Before the elections and until the announcement of results, Modi and his extremist party, BJP, used every negative tactic to suppress opposition parties.
Despite using statements based on extremism and anti-Muslim sentiments, and resorting to violence against the opposition before the elections, fascist Modi failed to prove his claims.
Leaders who posed a severe threat to the Modi government were falsely implicated in cases and arrested, as seen in the example of Arvind Kejriwal.
Prior to the elections, enforcement directorate and CBI raids were conducted at the homes of opposition party leaders by the Modi government, and on social media Modi was portrayed as a savior of India.
On one hand, injustices against minorities in India and on the other hand, Modi’s defeat in many constituencies due to flawed policies have caused setbacks for Modi in various parts of India.
Corruption on the agenda like the failed scheme of ‘Agniveer’ has also led to disappointment among the youth towards Modi, to the extent that BJP faced defeat even in Ayodhya, the city where the Babri Masjid was martyred to build the Ram temple.
Revoking Article 370 to abolish Kashmir’s individual status, usurping the rights of minorities, media and those speaking against Modi, and corruption have further fueled resentment and anger against Modi.
The slogan coined by Modi, “Modi government’s third time now aims for 400-plus seats,” has failed. Although Modi won the election, his statement was defeated.
For the third time to attain power, Modi did what has now made these the most controversial elections in history.
These election results will prove to be the final nail in the coffin for the advancing Modi government.
It is clear that according to the current results, Modi’s electoral alliance has won 295 seats, while the opposition alliance has won 236 seats, with 15 seats results still pending.
There are a total of 543 Lok Sabha seats, out of which a party winning 272 seats can form the government in the country.

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