Maharashtra is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to take charge of a nation.
The nation will be divided along tribal, religious and linguistic lines.
There will be two sets of elections for the state assembly and the national parliament.
If a candidate wins, he or she becomes the president of India.
But, as the country prepares for the 2019 general elections, the outcome of the election is a matter of a great deal of uncertainty.
How many votes will the party garner, how will the polls be conducted, who will be able to win and who will lose?
What will be the political mood in the state as the voting unfolds?
These questions are being answered in the most profound ways as India prepares to celebrate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
It was a country that never seemed to lose its identity.
From the time it emerged from the British Raj, India was seen as a land of equality and progress.
It was a land that was, to many, an outcast.
India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, was from this land.
Its first prime ministership, Jawahar Lal Nehru and Narasimha Rao, were from the Nehru family.
Its constitution is based on the ideas of India’s founding father, the late Rajiv Gandhi, who was a member of the Nehrs.
Today, India is the second-largest economy in the world, a country where a young generation is striving for an identity that is inextricably linked to its land.
It is the land of the “Indians” and “Oriental Indians”.
In this sense, the people of India are a mosaic of people and regions.
India’s politics have changed.
It used to be the home of a large number of minorities.
In the past few decades, they have been mostly relegated to the margins.
Today, they are a dominant part of the population.
India is also home to some of the most powerful political parties.
Its parliament, the Lok Sabha, is the largest in the developed world.
The BJP is the ruling party.
The Congress is a party of the Left.
The Left has a majority in the Indian Parliament.
And the Bharatiya Janata Party, the party of India ‘s richest, has been in power for almost a decade.
It controls the state government and a significant number of state-owned companies.
The politics of India is complex and often contradictory.
The Indian state is the epicentre of the global political system.
But its institutions are built on a foundation of the Indian constitution, which has been amended repeatedly since independence.
The constitution enshrines the sovereignty of India and protects the rights of minorities, who make up almost 10 per cent of the nation’s population.
The constitution is also one of the world’s most important models for governing democracy.
The Constitution guarantees equal rights for all Indians and the right to equal representation.
But there are limits to the extent of this right.
For instance, some people in India are barred from holding public office.
They are barred altogether from voting.
The right to vote is enshrined in the constitution, but it is not guaranteed.
It also gives preference to minorities.
The Congress Party has ruled the state since 1989.
Since that time, it has been India ‘ s largest political party.
It has been able to build strong links with the rural and small-town segments of the society.
The party has made many significant gains in the recent past.
In 2009, it won 40 per cent in the general elections.
In 2014, it swept the elections to the Maharashtra assembly, winning a whopping 61 seats out of a total of 160 seats.
In 2017, it was again able to wrest control of the state.
The party has not been shy about using its power to advance its political interests.
It often mobilizes large rallies, often in areas where it is politically powerful, and wields significant influence.
In a country with a high degree of religiosity, the Congress has taken the lead in creating a new, Hindu-majority state in which Hinduism is the dominant faith.
This is in keeping with the party’s policy of Hindu-nationalism, which it defines as a new nationalism based on nationalism and patriotism.
In this respect, the BJP has a long-term strategy of building alliances with the most conservative Hindu groups.
In recent years, it also made significant gains, especially in the Northeast.
The state elections are a major turning point for India and a crucial opportunity for the Congress Party.
India has never had a party as powerful as the BJP.
It may not have the support of most of India but it has the largest number of seats.
The BJP has been leading the polls for over two years.
It currently holds 40 out of the 150 seats in the national assembly.
The alliance between the BJP and the ruling Congress is called the “BJP-Congress alliance”.
The Congress, too, has made significant progress in the last few years. The