If this happens then after Nehru-Indira and Atal, Narendra Modi will be included in this special league, this record will be recorded.

Om Sharma
By Om Sharma 3 Min Read

FEBRUARY 12, 2024

With two resounding electoral victories under its belt, the BJP is poised for yet another bid at power in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. A win would secure Prime Minister Modi another term at the helm, solidifying the party’s dominance in Indian politics.

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Lok Sabha Election 2024:

In the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP-led NDA aims to secure a historic victory, targeting an unprecedented 400 seats. Prime Minister Modi emphasized this ambitious goal, highlighting a potential milestone in Indian political history. If successful, BJP will continue its dominance, marking Modi’s third term as Prime Minister and placing him among a select group of leaders to have led the nation thrice, joining the esteemed ranks of Nehru, Gandhi, and Vajpayee.

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Nehru became the Prime Minister for three consecutive times.

Following India’s independence in 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru assumed the role of the country’s inaugural Prime Minister, though not elected at the time. The British relinquished power to Congress, with Nehru being their preferred candidate. Subsequently, Nehru secured victory in three consecutive national elections in 1952, 1957, and 1962, marking the electorate’s endorsement of him as Prime Minister on three occasions.

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Indira Gandhi took over the reins of the country thrice.

Indira Gandhi, the iconic leader, made history as the second Prime Minister of India to hold office for three terms. Her political journey saw victories in the Lok Sabha elections of 1967 and 1971. Despite her achievements, the declaration of emergency during 1975–77 led to electoral defeat in 1977. Remarkably, she made a comeback, reclaiming the Prime Minister’s office in 1980. Tragically, her tenure was cut short when she was assassinated in 1984.

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Atal Bihari also held the post of PM thrice, 

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the only Prime Minister to serve three terms from the BJP, governed for a total of six years across these periods. His tenure was marked by resilience, facing resignations in 1996 after just 13 days, and in 1999 after 13 months. Nevertheless, he returned to power in 1999, completing a full five-year term until 2004, leaving a lasting legacy in Indian politics.

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