Modi’s BJP Alone won more seats than whole INDIA alliance of 40 parties

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won the Lok Sabha elections 2024 for the third time, where BJP alone has won more seats than the 37-party alliance ‘Of INDIA’. The supporters of the INDIA alliance were very proud to see the figures crossing 200 on the screen, but they were ultimately overshadowed by the BJP, which won more seats by itself than the entire alliance combined.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party BJP was expecting to lead with 400 seats, but despite not getting so many seats, BJP alone won on its own by winning 240 seats based on its capability. BJP alone got so many seats that even if all the seats of the opposition alliance parties were added together, they could not reach that figure. Despite this, the supporters of the opposition party are excited to see their figures and are raising questions against the BJP.

This is the individual status of the INDIA alliance party, despite this alliance, the Congress party’s main leader Rahul Gandhi is stuck between 90 to 100 seats. Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party from UP is stuck at only 30 to 35 seats and Tejaswi Yadav is not able to cross even 3 to 5 seats. These three are questioning against BJP which has already won more than 240 seats on its own. This makes it clear that even these three together are not in a position to challenge the BJP, that too when all three have a political legacy of their family, a prominent surname and the most important thing is the full support of a big vote bank which supports them in every situation.

With this historic victory, the Modi government has come to power for the third time, which shows the growing popularity of the BJP and the public’s trust in PM Modi. This election result has once again proved that the BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi is the strongest political force in the country, which will maintain its influence on Indian politics in the upcoming years.

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