Democracy wins! Bharatiya Janatha Janardhan has finally elected a Prime Minister with the magic figure (272, the simple majority) after long 30 years!
This is the victory of the Indians, for finally choosing vision and development over all the other unwanted issues that were hyped and imposed on them. Of course, this is the success of social networking sites over other media too! Social media has given them a chance to analyse the news broadcasted by the television, radio and published by newspapers. In other terms, the traditional media’s trustworthiness is forced to improve…In addition, General Election 2014 has taught a lesson to all the regional parties that try to become Kingmakers.
Indian democracy is expected to face a threat! After a grand success of BJP washing out the major national political parties – Congress (I), JD (U), JD (S) and AAP, aren’t we in need of an equally strong and healthy opposition in the national level? Another threat is expected by the regional parties. My personal opinion is that minimum of 272 candidates must be nominated by a party to take part in Loksabha Elections. Let’s see how does Indian politics change as the time flies…
Hoping for the best!