Victory of opponent Marendra Modi in elections in India

Narendra Modi, the Hindu who will rule India as a child helping his father selling tea in a train station and issues has earned the electorate with a message of economic recovery and a clever use of technology

The opposition candidate Narendra Modi won a landslide victory in the general elections in India, and the results showed that the pro-business Hindu nationalist party won widely. Modi's victory, the most resounding in India in 30 years, was met with strong gains in the stock and jubilation across the country at the headquarters of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The BJP seems to get a parliamentary majority, which would give a wide discretion to complete the economic reforms initiated 23 years ago by the current prime minister, Manmohan Singh, but have stalled in recent years. Singh, whose formation could stay with less than 50 of the 543 seats at stake, Modi congratulated by telephone. The triumphant Modi said that "India has won," which instantly became the most repeated message on Twitter that network in the country.

The desire for change was so strong that voters put aside concerns about the possible Hindu- centrism Modi . With more than six times the seats won by its nearest rival, the mandate of Modi will be the strongest of an Indian leader since the 1984 assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi urged his son to the Government. Since 1989 , India has been ruled by coalitions. The BJP won 278 seats in Parliament , according to trends count . Foreign investors betting on the success of Modi have poured more than 16,000 million in stocks and bonds of India in the last six months and now have more than 22 percent of the securities traded on the Mumbai participation estimated at nearly 280,000 million for Morgan Stanley . Unlike their predecessors , Modi will not have to negotiate with dissident coalition partners when implementing reforms . This could lead to profound economic and Modi will attempt to replicate the success of Gujarat in attracting investments and building infrastructure .

The Indian economy is suffering its worst downturn since the 80's and also suffers an increase in inflation. The next prime minister will not be easy to live up to millions of Indians, convinced that can quickly put the country among the world economic powers. Moreover, his party lacks strength in the Upper House of Parliament, whose support is needed to pass legislation.

After a resounding victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the main party leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) met to begin the process of government formation. The designated Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the top leaders of the BJP, Dharmendra Pradhan and Amit Shah in Delhi to discuss the post-election scenario in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.

The Electoral Commission (EC) President Pranab Mukherjee will call on Sunday and submit the list of the new members of Lok Sabha. The BJP is in the process of deciding the role of senior leaders in the new cabinet of Modi, and other positions in the party. Reports claim that Advani is set to become Speaker Lok Sabha. As for the position of Rajnath Singh, who is likely to become the new defense minister. The party continues to discuss his upcoming role, but the question remains, who will be the next president?

traslation: Belén Zapata