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Final Election Results Announced, Modi Wave Blocked by Congress’s ‘India’

Arshad Khan

The Election Commission of India has announced the final and official results of 543 constituencies in the 18th General Lok Sabha elections of India.

The Election Commission of India has announced the final and official results of 543 constituencies in the 18th General Lok Sabha elections of India. It shows that like the last two times, the ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has got the maximum number of 240 seats. However, they failed to win a single majority in the elections. On the other hand Indian National Congress got second highest 99 seats.

After the announcement of the results of all constituencies, it is seen that no party has got a single majority in this election.

However, Modi’s BJP-led alliance ‘NDA’ won 292 seats. On the other hand, Congress-led alliance ‘India’ got 234 seats. Other parties got the remaining 17 seats.

Lok Sabha elections started on April 19. Which is going on in seven stages till June 1 last. The polls that were conducted before the election had shown the BJP to win by a landslide. Besides, the booth return poll released after the polls ended on June 1 also said that Modi’s party alone would get 350 seats. And as a coalition they will win more than four hundred seats.

But all the results of the polls started to be proven wrong on Tuesday (June 4) morning when the votes were counted and the results started coming in. The published results show that the ‘India’ alliance of the Congress is doing incredible results. Where it was expected that the coalition would not get even 100 seats in total – they left this number by 200. Through this, the alliance basically stopped the ‘Modi wave’ in India.

In the last election, Modi’s alliance won a total of 353 seats. And BJP alone got 302 seats. From there this time they got about 60 seats less.

The Indian press reported that the number of unemployment in the country has increased. And this issue is believed to have influenced this election.

India is the largest democratic country in the world. For the past one and a half months, the country has been conducting a great yajna around the elections. The Election Commission of the country has made every effort to ensure that all voters can exercise their right to vote.

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