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    The final results of the 18th Lok Sabha elections are out. The two main contenders were the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and the Congress-led alliance, known as the Indian National Development Alliance (I.N.D.I.A).

    The NDA, led by the BJP, did not reach their goal of 400+ seats but managed to form a coalition government with 15 allied parties. Narendra Modi will be the Prime Minister for the third time. The Congress-led I.N.D.I.A alliance will be the opposition in the new Lok Sabha.

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    Many political analysts are discussing why the BJP fell short of expected seats. Factors like high fuel prices, unemployment, and lack of measures to tackle poverty are being considered. Some analysts also point to internal party issues like neglecting loyal members and favoring candidates from other parties.

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    One major factor that many analysts overlook is Hindutva. The BJP, originally a secular party, struggled in its early years due to a lack of support. The party’s roots in Hindutva ideology were not being emphasized, leading to dissatisfaction among Hindu voters.

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    The BJP’s focus on global recognition and special treatment for minorities has alienated its core Hindu voter base. There is hope for the party to rectify these issues and regain support.

    In a recent judgment, the Supreme Court reiterated the need to inform arrested persons of the grounds for their arrest in writing. Failure to do so would violate the accused’s fundamental rights and invalidate the legal process.

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    Rajesh M
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