Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Firdous Rasouli

After six weeks of holding elections in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi won the countries largest elections for the second time. Holding elections in India is one of the largest democracies in the world, and ended with the victory of the ruling party (BJP). Although the vote count is still ongoing, Modi has gained 293 seats until now, from a total of 542 parliamentary seats completing the 272 seats for victory and winning the election round under the 50 + 1 rule.

Modi closest competitor, Rahul Gandhi of the National Congress Party has only won 52 seats until now, and the loser of this breathtaking marathon is known. According to reports, a total of 8,000 people from around 670 political parties and political parties have been nominated for the Indian Parliament. Rahul Gandhi, in light of the current dissatisfaction, placed women’s economic status and women’s rights in the wake of his campaign. During the campaign, two main rivals attacked each other sharply; Moody called his rival, “Majnoon,” and Gandhi called him “the thief”.

Electoral voting has begun on April 11 in the vast Indian Territory, which has a population of one billion and 300 million people. On the last day of the sixth week, the polls were held in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, with 59 seats in Parliament and Moody’s constituency.

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