Modi 3.0: The world has accepted that PM Narendra Modi's third term is rare, coalition is a big challenge for the government


Posted on 10th Jun 2024 10:45 am by rohit kumar

By taking oath as the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has joined the ranks of those few leaders of the world who have gained power three or more times in elections held in a free and fair democratic environment. But the foreign media found the tone of the oath of Narendra Modi, who came to power with the help of a coalition, to be soft.

 

CNN wrote India's Modi and his Hindu-nationalist party will get another five years in power. Along with this, explaining its meaning for the world in an analysis, it wrote, that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has got a rare third term. In these five years, he can work more rapidly on global issues like climate change and development for India and its fast-growing economy, so that he can take India closer to the ambition of becoming a global superpower. Al Jazeera wrote Narendra Modi has created history.

 

The New York Times wrote to PM Modi's oath, Modi took oath for the third term in a humble tone. Along with this, it further wrote that the Prime Minister, forced to join the coalition government, will have to face the challenge of governing differently compared to the last two terms. BBC wrote, that among the thousands of guests at the swearing-in ceremony were the heads of state of neighboring countries Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, and Maldives. However, no one came from China or Pakistan.

 

Chinese media refrained from analysis

The website of Chinese government news channel CGTN also prominently showed the news of the swearing-in ceremony and wrote, that Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India for the third time. Interestingly, the Chinese media did not try to show any special analysis or viewpoint on this news. Japanese newspaper Nikkei Asia also wrote in plain words, that maintaining policy certainty for the world's most populous country will be one of the biggest challenges facing Modi. Sri Lanka's Daily Mirror wrote, that Narendra Modi is the second leader after Jawaharlal Nehru in the political history of India, who is taking oath as Prime Minister for the third time.

 

...so there can be a clash with coalition partners

Pakistani website Dawn wrote, that Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India for the third time, and took oath with coalition ministers. Along with this, giving importance to the news of Indian media regarding the distribution of ministries, it was told that BJP wants to keep the four most important ministries of Defence, Finance, Home, and Foreign Ministry with itself. There can be a conflict with the alliance partners on this issue.

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