A major setback for Modi is that he will not be able to form a government with a single majority

A major setback for Modi is that he will not be able to form a government with a single majority

The results of the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections are coming out in stages. DMK alliance is leading in 40 constituencies in Tamil Nadu alone. That means leading everywhere. Meanwhile, India has a total of 543 constituencies. Only around 272 of the elected members can form a firm government. But now Modi’s BJP has won only 240 constituencies. And they need 32 seats to form the government. It is said that BJP will not be able to win it.

Why Congress has won 99 seats, Samajwaji Party has won 37 seats and Trinamool Congress has won 29 seats. And the result of 72 constituencies is out. It is said that Modi’s party has no chance of winning 32 seats. Thus, if Modi wants to form the government with the support of 32 members, he will have to compromise with some party.

However, even if the other 3 parties are combined, it comes to only 165 seats. As a result, it is said that Modi’s BJP is likely to make many concessions and form a government in partnership with a national party. All in all, Modi can no longer form a government on his own. Alliance is the way. Modi’s Kudumi will be in the hands of that coalition party.

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