The Lok Sabha (lower house) election, the world’s largest, which took place in seven phases in a long-drawn process over six weeks, was the most bitterly fought one in independent India.
The elections of 2019 established for a second time the hegemony of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Indian politics. There is no countrywide major rival left, because the Grand Old Party that is, the Congress is only a shadow of its former self. This vacuum is filled by the BJP and the regional parties.
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