India’s Modi sworn in as prime minister for historic third term

India's Modi sworn in as prime minister for historic third term

So, Modi’s new role as prime minister is likely to face difficulties in achieving consensus on contentious social and policy issues given regional party differences and a stronger opposition, according to analysts.

Some analysts worry that the world’s fastest-growing economy’s fiscal stability may also be in decline as a result of demands for more development funding for states governed by the NDA’s local partners and a potential BJP drive to spend more on happiness to win back voters it lost in this election.

Since the impact effect, Modi has adopted a more conciliatory tone. His election campaign was marked by spiritual speech and criticism of the criticism for allegedly favoring India’s 200 million majority Muslims.

” We have won the majority… but to run the country it is consensus that is important… we may try for unanimity”, he said on Friday after the NDA officially named him partnership mind.