According to the Election Commission of India, around 814.5 million people were eligible for voting where the voter population increased by 100 million since the last general election in 2009.
Perhaps the concerning issue now for Nepal is, in view of making the present government the Preponed Nepal election of 2013 now stand with a question mark of what is called an identity crisis. As far as the Nepal Election is concerned, the then Khil Raj’s Government was pressured and hugely supported by the then Congress Allianced Indian Government to force the election of the Constituent Assembly (CA) prior the Indian General Election 2014. Now the question is what kinds of effects will it have on the diplomatic relationship and foreign affairs. Will it be treated valid and considered diplomatically correct or will the BJP lead government try to infiltrate the political alliance government to re-election in Nepal?
Or what kind of role will the BJP government try to play in the ever changing political scenario of Nepal?
Though, the Nepali political leaders are very optimistic and assured about the situation, but with the ever changing vulnerable political situation things do not look and sound good.
On one hand political gurus are expecting a huge shift in political power sharing mechanisms whereas on the other BJP has been solely supporting the ideology of Hinduism, Speculating that there are chances of king gaining power can be yet another possibility.
Modi has already declared that Indo Nepal friendship will further flourish in BJP’s regime and he has personally announced to visit Nepal first after his official take over in the government. Nepal’s political leaders do not sound reluctant about BJP winning the election, but like said political leaders breed on diplomacy and foreign affair that is more diplomatic and flexible. So lets cross our fingers and wait for things to for the best.