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More than 155 million Indians go to polls in second phase of mammoth election
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Sporadic violence as millions vote in second phase of India's mammoth election
More than 155 million people are eligible to vote in 95 constituencies in 12 states on Thursday, with results of the election to India's 545-member parliament expected on May 23. In focus are the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, where the main opposition Congress party and its allies need to win big if they hope to stop Prime Minister Narendra Modi from securing a second straight term. Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have run an aggressive campaign, playing to their nationalist, Hindu-first base and attacking rivals they accuse of appeasing minorities.
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More than 155 million Indians go to polls in second phase of mammoth election
India's parliament has 545 members. The focus will be on the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, where the main opposition Congress party and its allies need to win big if they hope to oust Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The BJP secured a landslide majority in the previous general election in 2014, in part by winning sweeping victories in six northern states that gave the party 70 percent of all its seats, said Neelanjan Sircar, an assistant professor at Ashoka University near the capital, New Delhi.
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