The election is almost over, but the election itself may not be over for a very long time.
The political landscape has changed considerably over the past two months, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi having been reelected with a huge majority.
The BJP has been on a winning streak ever since Modi was elected.
They have won at least three out of the four states held by the ruling Congress Party.
The other two, Uttar Pradesh and Odisha, are yet to go to the polls.
The political landscape is much more volatile than it was in the last election, when the BJP swept to power.
Since then, India’s new ruling party has shown signs of becoming even more emboldened, even though its main rival in the upcoming general election, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), has not been as successful as expected.
There are some good signs, however.
The BJP is hoping to take over the Indian state of Gujarat, the second-most populous state in the country after Uttar Pradesh, after the latter’s election.
Gujarat has been seen as the “second banana republic,” the term used to describe a small, densely populated state in India that has been dominated by the BJP since its inception in 1991.
The party is trying to regain its former dominance.
India has seen a lot of upheaval in recent years.
Some of the country’s most powerful politicians, such as Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal and former Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, have been arrested.
The Indian Supreme Court has also been seen to intervene in several key cases.
In November, the Indian Parliament passed the countrywide Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetized the Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes.
The new currency was introduced in a government decision to curb inflation.
The decision to demonetize the new currency sparked an unprecedented wave of currency hoarding, as millions of people took to the streets in cities across the country to hoard their savings in the hope that the government would issue new notes in a matter of days.
While the new notes were not yet circulating in the market, the banks started to issue new cash as well, leading to an inflationary crisis that has forced the country into a recession.
The government had to announce a three-month grace period for the exchange rate to stabilize the economy, but inflation spiked, causing the Indian rupee to lose more than 60% against the U.S. dollar in October.
The Indian economy is also facing a severe shortage of food.
According to the government, over 1.7 million children have been diagnosed with undernutrition, a disease that can lead to malnutrition.
The situation is especially dire in Bihar, which has been the poorest state in Indian history.
The economic crisis has also hurt the political support of the ruling party.
The country’s ruling Congress party has not yet won a single election since Modi became the countrys chief minister in May 2014.
After taking power in May 2017, the BJP lost its majority in the lower house of the parliament, the Lok Sabha, and the lower chamber, the lower House of Rajya Sabha, with its alliance partners losing the support of many party members.