It seems clear from the latest poll results that Narendra Modi has created every high impact of his image that all the political parties have been wiped off and he defeated him by huge margins. Narendra Modi has a strong persona, and he has told that already not only in India but across the globe. It’s the impact of his persona is so high that Modi is seen to continue his second term winning 2019 elections. It is said not only in India but prominent leaders across the world has been predicting Modi’s win in 2019 elections. Recently, a leading Chinese Daily, a bet that Narendra Modi will win the 2019 elections, the year is the second term for Narendra Modi 2019 elections.
“Modi was elected for his pursuit of development,” the paper said last week. “His latest triumph also stems from his firm stance on development as well as efforts to carry out economic reform and attract foreign investment. Even though some actions failed to deliver good results, still, he proved that he is a man of action, rather than a politician with only slogans.”
This would yield for China “an opportunity to give more consideration to how to make breakthroughs in Beijing-New Delhi relations with a hard-line Indian government,” suggested the leading Chinese Daily.”The BJP has achieved dominance but will India be stable? That depends on the performance of the party. It is still uncertain if the BJP can prevail in 2019.”
Zhen Bo, assistant research fellow at the Center for South Asia-West China Cooperation and Development Studies, Institute of South Asian Studies, Sichuan University says, “As some Indian analysts questioned, will the BJP, beyond occasional inclusive rhetoric, be willing to experiment with less polarization and forge a larger coalition through expansive spending. A gentler approach to minorities and judicial patron-client processes that could be politically profitable too? We need to wait and see.” He wrote that the UP result would “substantially influence the political balance in India and has always been seen as the signpost of the voters’ attitude across India.”
“The prime minister’s popularity has been validated throughout this election, in which he made himself and his actions the main issue in many public speeches. The ability of Modi to deliver landslide victory results like in UP consolidates his position within the party,” he said He did, however, add a note of caution, saying that high expectations would pose a challenge. “Generally speaking, a decisive and aggressive leader will also make mistakes. The lack of restraint from the party will probably result in Modi having a free hand to make decisions on more crucial issues. The total absence of dissent in the BJP, unusual for a ruling party in India, is the result of everyone submitting to the authority.”
“People are now looking forward to witnessing further economic reforms such as the roll-out of the goods and services tax, faster infrastructure development and job creation,” he said. “The market is also expecting that in the 2019 election, the BJP will have a majority in Rajya Sabha, facilitating even faster liberalization. However, based on the current situation, the market may find this goal hard to achieve,” he added.