Modi wave surrounded the country’s air where its effect was tangible on May 16, which became a historic day for the Indian elections that exhibited the potency of the country’s democracy.
People’s faith worked as a significant element for BJP’s grand win in Lok Sabha polls. With this spectacular victory, Narendra Modi has proved his nerves, words and vision.
Many opposition parties came and went with the slogans, visions, goals, political campaigns, promotions, and vote banks etc., all such big efforts proved to be futile on May 16, also in front of Modi. Conversely, if we see, BJP’s campaigning; it toiled well, their words reached to the people’s hearts and minds.
Every single step that BJP laid into the groundwork for these general elections has now been resulted into a fruitful task. From slogans to poems, social media to TV campaigns, from public rallies to road shows. Was it a supernatural energy or an internal support given to the BJP party? Indeed, on the way of hardships, a party created their path to pinnacle.
Over the hard slog of eight months, Modi addressed more than 5800 rallies across the nation along with the journey of 3 lakh kilometers. Moreover, BJP led ‘mission 272’ has been stunningly accomplished, by the 282 seats.
Modi himself won from the two constituencies. From Vadodara, he won by 5,70,128 votes against Mistri Madhusudan Devram of Congress; from Varanasi, Modi won by 3,71,784 votes against Arvind Kejriwal of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).
BJP’s breathtaking victory cherished Delhi with all the seven seats, Gujarat seems to have gifted Modi all 26 out of 26 seats; Rajasthan too waved the flag of lotus with all 25 out of 25 seats, besides lotus glittered at Goa by two of its seats and all five in Uttarakhnad, except two union territories rest of the five also sparkled with the BJP – Dadar and Nagar, Diu and Daman, Chandigarh, Andaman and Nicobar island.
Apparently, the world was eagerly waiting to witness the transition of a new government in India, its consequences started showing on May 16 when Modi was emerging as the winning man. Following the marvelous triumph of the BJP, many important world leaders personally rang up, tweeted as well as greeted Modi with the best wishes while offering invitations to their country.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abott; Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif; Barack Obama, President of United States; China Foreign Ministry; François Richier, French Ambassador to India; Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada; Sheikh Hasina , Bangladesh PM; Banjamin Netanyahu, Israel PM; David Cameron, PM of UK; Mahinda Rajapaksa, PM of Sri Lanka; Mohamed Nasheed, Maldives PM and the list continues.
Modi-led BJP government will probably rule more than a decade and it seems an indubitable fact. But, for many, this evolution is not merrily accepted, particularly for those who feel that ‘feku rule’ has begun and in opposite there are people who are eager to see Modi’s administration ahead.
Besides, it doesn’t matter, whatsoever days have begun or whosoever comes into the administration because the eventual goal is to see India shine. Hence, folks just have to wait and watch that when and how the slogan turns into the reality ‘Ache din aane wale hain’ (good days are ahead).