Who won the 2019 election in India?

Who won the 2019 election in India?

The Bharatiya Janata Party-led NDA won the elections with the BJP itself winning a clear majority. The BJP became the single largest party in the House and surpassed expectations to win 303 seats, with its alliance partners bringing the NDA to a total of 353 seats.

When was Modi elected as PM?

Prime Minister of India
Incumbent Narendra Modi since 26 May 2014
Prime Minister’s Office
Style The Honourable (Hon’ble)(formal) His Excellency (in diplomatic correspondence) Mr. Prime Minister (informal)
Type Head of government

Who was PM candidate for BJP in 2009 election?

2009 Indian general election

Leader Manmohan Singh Lal Krishna Advani
Alliance UPA NDA
Leader since 22 May 2004 1 June 2004
Leader’s seat Assam (Rajya Sabha) Gandhinagar

Is India’s election a referendum on PM Modi?

MEERUT, India — An election now underway in India’s most populous state is being closely watched as a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s eight years in office, during which he has often pursued a Hindu-first agenda that observers say has empowered his supporters’ polarizing emphasis on religious identity.

What is PM Modi’s speech in Uttar Pradesh rally?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing his first physical rally in Uttar Pradesh for elections that started in the state’s western part, said that a BJP government is “necessary” for UP. Attacking rivals, PM Modi also said that vaccines would be sold on streets if “dynastic parties” were in power in UP.

What did PM Modi say about triple talaq and Muslim women?

“We freed Muslim sisters from the tyranny of triple talaq. When Muslim sisters started supporting the BJP openly, these vote-mongers became uneasy. They are trying to stop Muslim daughters from progress. Our government stands with Muslim women,” PM Modi said.

Is there a change of political discourse in India?

“There is a change of political discourse. It’s not about mandir and masjid,” said Zoya Hasan, a political commentator, using the Hindi words for temple and mosque. “Economic issues are far more important for people.”