Indian Election 2019
The Rise of the Rightist
Dr Muhammad Kaleem
The contemporary is witnessing the meteoric rise of populism, nationalism and religious intolerance. This phenomenon has engulfed the whole world in general, and in the West in particular with the rise of Donald Trump and British exit from the European Union, i.e. Brexit. In India, Modi government, which first came to power after the 2014 elections that it won by chanting the slogan ‘development for all’ but performed poorly all through the tenure it on economic front –marked by distress among farmers, high unemployment rates and GST issue – managed to win the 2019 election as well, and that too with a clear margin.
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