The 7-phase acrimonious marathon election for Lok Sabha came to an end on Sunday.The BJP Team led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking to retain the Lok Sabha. Modi, 68, embarked on a spiritual break a day earlier to the divine pilgrimage site at revered Kedarnath shrine dedicated to Hindu deity Lord Shiva. To his rivals, this seemed an apparent last-ditch effort to woo Hindu voters. Modi took special permission from the national poll watchdog for the trip as election rules prohibit any campaigning 48 hours before voting
Thus, one of the most bitterly fought elections in recent memory, wound to a close. The whole elections were spread over 38 days.
May 17, 2019. In his first appearance at a press conference since Modi came to power in 2014, he asserted in opening remarks that his party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, will come back to power with a full majority on its own.
The prime minister said, during the campaigning, he told people that, “I have come to thank you for your blessings… The country has always been with us. So in a way the campaigning was a way of saying thank you to the people. Even today, I am here to thank you and thank them through you.”Modi said work to fulfil promises made in BJP’s manifesto will be started as soon as the party comes to power.“We ensured last-mile delivery which was a new structure ofgovernance… Our government will take up its responsibility as soon aspossible,” he added.
The prime minister said the journey for an honest government started on May 17, 2014, a day after Lok Sabha election results were announced.
Today, the exit poll results have come, most of whom give NDA 300+, predict another term for PM Modi.
Most exit polls have predicted that the BJP-led NDA is all set to return to power in 2019. According to poll of exit polls, NDA is projected to win 317 seats in the 543-member Lok Sabha.
Finally, the world just saw a massive Modi Wave comparable to the one 2014. It is surely not because of the record of the United Progressive Alliance being the reason that Modi controls the heart and voting fingers of the electorates. Modi wins because of his own credibility. A vast majority in India firmly believes that he represents it better than any other politician in living memory.
The Rahuls, Naidus, Mamtas, Mayas, Kejriwals – all are now the big losers. They may well like to assemble together in May 2024.
That’s why Modi won in 2014, and that may be why he wins in 2019.
This is to be testified in today’s opening bell at the BSE, NSE. Opens at 500 points up !!!!