Unlike in 2014 the main issue in the 2019 elections was no longer about getting rid of a 10-year-old government accused of multiple scams (the UPA). Neither was there anything mystical about Narendra Modi, as everyone has seen enough and more of him in his first term of 5 years. However, Narendra Modi would still be the main agenda. Lakhs of people in his own party, as well as his government, and crores of others – were feeling the pinch of his tough anti-corruption stand. THEY WANTED MODI OUT – AT ANY COST. So what was in store for us? Another rag-tag coalition led by India’s second woman Prime Minister? Would Rahul Gandhi become the Nehru family’s fifth dynast at India’s helm of affairs? Or, could Modi become the only non-Congress politician to complete two full terms?