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India After Elections: Economy And Hindu Are The First Modi’s Challenges

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A complete and serious analysis of India today:

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi described his first term as “filling in potholes” — shorthand for addressing the country’s basic needs. In a campaign speech in April, he pledged his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party in the next five years would “try to address people’s aspirations and take the country to new heights.” Modi claimed a decisive victory in India’s elections, the vote count showing his BJP winning a commanding majority in the lower house of Parliament allowing it to form a form a government on its own. The victory signals that millions of Indians believe that Modi’s leadership is what the country needs to become a modern, developed and prosperous nation, while raising questions over how he and his party use such hefty political capital to advance their Hindu-first ideology and development agenda. Modi’s vision of India is threefold, political analysts say: getting India into the exclusive $5 trillion economy club that includes the European Union, United States, China and Japan; asserting itself as a nuclear power and a force in the world; and placing its Hindu heritage at the center of politics.

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Yep. Modi has started a process of country development, but it's just a brick in the huge wall

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2 minutes ago, pinto said:

Yep. Modi has started a process of country development, but it's just a brick in the huge wall

Too much poor and hungry people on the street ... from the other side, 1 percent of rich keep a country in their hands

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"Hindu nationalism" - hmm, majority usually establish rules. I hope so not to the detriment of the minority...

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Modi's definitive win may mean a more assertive India: majority of Indians elected him to the highest position. Looks like voters are maturing.

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