Narendra Modi clinched a third term as India’s Prime Minister, but with a twist. His party, BJP, didn’t secure a clear majority in Parliament, making it a challenging win.

This setback for Modi, known for his strong leadership, comes as a surprise, especially with the Congress-led opposition making a remarkable comeback.

Despite Modi’s popularity and achievements, like revoking Kashmir’s autonomy, his party faced losses, perhaps due to issues like joblessness and divisive campaign tactics.

This election marks a shift back to coalition politics, with BJP needing allies for governance, and signals a resurgence of opposition hope.

Looking ahead, Modi’s third term brings both opportunities and challenges, including addressing economic inequality and healing societal divisions.

This perspective is based on insights from BBC News.

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