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India exit polls see Modi re-election

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    © Getty Images Many saw the election as a referendum on Prime Minister Modi

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is on course to win the general election, exit polls suggest.

    The BJP and the main opposition Congress party battled it out with powerful regional rivals in a bruising campaign over seven phases of polling.

    Results will be announced on 23 May. Analysts warn exit polls have often been wrong in the past.

    Many saw the election as a referendum on Mr Modi who won a landslide in 2014.

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    Hindus are re-electing their leader. Hard times ahead for India's Muslims, Christians, low castes, OBC's. Most educated also without any remorse supporting the fuhrer. Most seems to be excited to go the way to be a Hindu Rashtra rather than maintaining secular India.