Congress is still alive, these 5 political messages emerged from the results of Lok Sabha elections 2024

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: While the results of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 were not satisfactory for the NDA and especially the BJP, the Congress also showed through its performance that it is still alive. Let's talk about those 5 messages that emerged from the mandate of June 4-1- The era of coalition government returned
The biggest message of the results of the Lok Sabha elections is that the era of coalition politics has returned in the country once again. In the first two terms of Narendra Modi, the BJP had got a majority on its own, but in this third term it will have to depend on allies. This will increase the importance of small parties and allies. After assuming the post of CM for the first time in Gujarat in 2001, Modi will lead a coalition government for the first time.

2- Congress is alive
In 2014, when BJP came to power under the leadership of Modi, the slogan of 'Congress Mukt Bharat' was given. For a few years, this seemed to be proving to be a reality. Congress saw the worst days. For two consecutive times, it did not even get the status of the main opposition party. But this time Congress gave the message that it is alive. It surprised all predictions by winning 99 seats.

3- BJP is not finished, but has lost

BJP failed to get majority on its own in the elections, but by becoming the largest party with a huge margin, it gave the message that it is the leader of the mainstream politics of the country. At the same time, the party continued to expand. It is going to form the government for the first time in Odisha. The party is also coming to power in Andhra Pradesh. The account was opened in Kerala. But BJP, which seemed invincible in the Hindi belt, suddenly appeared weak there.

4- The form of government will change
Many changes can be seen in the government once it is formed. In the first two terms, Modi formed the team according to his wish, but this time it does not seem possible. In the potential team, the allies can put their conditions and ask for ministerial posts according to their wish. It will be interesting to see how this situation will be dealt with.

5. Return of the Mandala era
At some places, the caste factor appeared to be effective after many years. After 2014, BJP, riding on the chariot of Hindutva and nationalism, had left this factor behind. But in this election, the opposition tried new social engineering among Dalits and OBCs, which was successful. At some places, the youth also gave the message that now employment is a big issue for them.

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