Even the stars favour Modi for third term as PM
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Even the stars favour Modi for third term as PM

A confectioner decorates a chair beside models made out of sweets, depicting Chief Minister of West Bengal state Mamata Banerjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kolkata, India. (Photo: Reuters)
A confectioner decorates a chair beside models made out of sweets, depicting Chief Minister of West Bengal state Mamata Banerjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kolkata, India. (Photo: Reuters)

In the realm of astrological predictions, deciphering events such as sporting outcomes or political elections often entails scrutinising the birth charts of all contenders involved. When it comes to forecasting the outcome of elections in a vast democracy like India, the birth chart of the potential leader must be extraordinary to ascend to the highest office.

Taking into account the current election year from a neurological standpoint, it aligns with the influence of Planet Saturn, signifying intense labourious work and unnecessary delays. Additionally, Planet Brahma is slated to be debilitated by early next year. Against a global backdrop fraught with potential conflict, India's position remains pivotal. This election in India will be a critical juncture not only for the nation but also for the global political landscape. India currently ranks fifth as a GDP contributor, and the Election Commission reported a staggering 970 million eligible voters who will determine who the future leaders are.

Let's delve into the current political landscape of India and astrologically assess potential leaders vying for power. Presently, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, holds power, supported by the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), a coalition of several regional parties.

This marks Mr Modi's third consecutive election as the face of the prime minister. He secured landslide victories in the previous two terms, in 2014 and 2019. The question arises: does Mr Modi's birth chart indicate a third consecutive victory, or could another leader emerge to claim the throne?

A new alliance, the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (India), has formed, comprising various regional parties, including the Congress, India's oldest national party. However, no prime ministerial candidate has been projected from this alliance. Speculations abound that if they secure a majority, the alliance will decide on one of their party leaders to become prime minister.

Analysing potential leaders within the India alliance, such as Rahul Gandhi, born on June 19, 1970, reveals a weak 7th house and unfavourable astrological progression hindering his chances of assuming the prime ministerial role. Similarly, the current Congress Party president, Mallikarjun Kharge, born on July 21, 1942, faces astrological challenges and age-related limitations.

Mamata Banerjee, born on Jan 5, 1955, the leader of the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC), and the current chief minister of West Bengal, possesses a favourable birth chart for state governance but faces doubts regarding her planetary alignment for assuming national leadership.

Similarly, M K Stalin, born on March 1, 1953, leading the Dravidian Progressive Federation (DMK) in Tamil Nadu, showcases promising prospects even though he can challenge his opponent strongly but may lack the astrological potential to lead a vast country like India.

As an astrologer, it appears that the NDA-led BJP enjoys an advantage due to the absence of a prominent challenger against their prime ministerial candidate. Destiny works intriguingly at times!

Now, let's focus on Mr Modi. Will he secure a third consecutive term, a feat only achieved once before by Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first prime minister? Analysing Mr Modi's horoscope, born on Sept 17, 1950, reveals a strong birth chart. The presence of powerful planets, such as Shiva in his fourth house and Brahma in the 7th house, indicates his ability to conquer opponents, along with exalted positions like Kubera in the 7th house, making his 7th house stronger than ever, suggesting his unstoppable momentum.

Frankly speaking, there is currently no contender on the horizon who could provide a strong challenge to Mr Modi's BJP. Also, India is going to face challenges economically, with neighbouring countries and Mr Modi can be a person as per PM candidates who can deal with this issue and be victorious. Thus, it appears likely that Mr Modi will emerge victorious for a third consecutive term.

Additionally, the current leadership structure of the BJP, with appropriate age balance in major ministries such as home affairs and defence etc, provides astrological support.

However, the question remains: how many seats will the BJP secure in the 2024 election? It's plausible that they will surpass their 2019 figure of 303 out of 543 seats. In conclusion, based on astrological analysis, it is highly probable that Mr Narendra Modi will serve as India's prime minister following the 2024 election.

Joydip Mukkarji is a Bangkok-based astrologer. The views expressed are his own. The content does in no way convey the thoughts, sentiments or opinions of this newspaper.

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