Whenever the mention of India’s politics, then the year 2019 will definitely be remembered. In this historic year, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) did a great job, which may not have been expected even by the BJP leaders. The consequences of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Result have become almost clear and once again the BJP is going to form the government in the country. Narendra Modi will once again take oath as the prime minister of the country, but will this win be told of BJP or its entire credit goes to the Chaukidar Narendra Modi.
Obviously, the answer to this question is Narendra Modi itself. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) seems to have got around 342 seats in the general elections and BJP itself seems to be breaking its record of 2014. That year, BJP got 282 seats. This time, BJP seems to be crossing the 300 mark. Along with this record, Narendra Modi seems to be making another spectacular record, which has not yet been able to form a party in the history of independent India, even the Congress party, which has the highest number of rulers in the country. This record is of vote share.
Narendra Modi Breaks Rajiv Gandhi’s Record
Actually, the record for getting the highest vote share has been kept on the name of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. That was the year 1984, when the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated. The country was shy, it was angry. In the same year, Lok Sabha elections were held in the country and the people of the country expressed their sympathies with the Congress and looted more than 400 Lok Sabha seats. Congress has won a great victory. That year, the vote share of the Congress was 48.1 percent. The 4-year-old BJP’s vote share of that year was 7.4 percent. However, the results of the 2019 elections are being cleared that BJP’s vote share will cross 50 per cent and this record of vote share will now be the name of Narendra Modi.
BJP’s Political Journey Started from 2 Seats
The BJP, which started its political journey from 2 seats in 1984, will travel to more than 300 Lok Sabha seats, who thought it? If BJP is giving credit to this victory, then the Prime Minister is telling the victory victory of party workers. From Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan to most states, there is a whim of BJP’s victory. Clearly, the Congress, who has gone to marginalization of these results, is desperate to take lessons from this defeat. However, the rounds of concessions are continuing at the BJP headquarters and soon the announcement of Narendra Modi’s coronation will be announced again.