Kites bearing images of main election rivals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (right) and opposition Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on display at a store in Bangalore on April 10. India’s general election, to be held over nearly six weeks starting on April 11, will see some 900 million voters cast their ballots in the world’s biggest democracy. Photo: AFP

Narendra Modi will win Indian election: blame games will achieve little

  • Blaming weak opposition leaders and appeals to populism for the likely re-election of India’s prime minister ignores the fact that the people are happy with the government
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Kites bearing images of main election rivals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (right) and opposition Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on display at a store in Bangalore on April 10. India’s general election, to be held over nearly six weeks starting on April 11, will see some 900 million voters cast their ballots in the world’s biggest democracy. Photo: AFP
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