The Indians voted in the seventh and final part of the national election, covering a six-week campaign with Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) seeking re-election for another five year.  Nearly a hundred million people are eligible to vote on Sunday in 59 constituencies in seven states – including critical critical Uttar Pradesh in the north and West Bengal to the east.
Sunday's vote also covers the constituency of Modi of Varanasi, a temple town where he was elected in 2014. He spent Saturday night in Kedarnath, a temple of the Hindu goddess Shiva located in the Himalayas in northern india.
Counting votes is scheduled for May 23.
The election is seen as a referendum on the five-year rule of Modi. He adopted a patriotic pitch in an effort to win votes from most Hindus in the country by discussing a strong stand against Pakistan, both Muslim neighbors and globalists.
Modi led the threat of Pakistan, especially after the suicide bombing of a paramilitary convoy on February 1
According to a report from Varanasi, Al Jazeera said that Sohail Rahman said while BJP put national security as a major polling measure, attempted opposition to Modi's corner by focusing on issues of development.  "The discussion has definitely changed after Pulwama's attack and national security have been the issue. However, the people and experts I spoke to said actual issues did not emerge, issues such as health, education, hygiene and infrastructure, which has been used by government-funded opposition. "
" The current BJP government has been reluctant to talk about their achievements over the past five years, "he said.  5] Congress and other opposition parties are challenging Modi at a high unemployment rate of 6.1 percent and anxieties of farmers aggravated by low crop prices.
Some of the bold steps in Modi's policy, such as demonstrators of high-money notes to blackmail -market money and bring a large number of people on the tax net, has proven to be damaging to the economy.
An unparalleled implementation of "one country, a tax" – the Goods and Services Tax – 19659004] The number of voters in the first six rounds is about 66 percent, the Election Commission said, from at 58 percent of last voters in 2014.
The election took place in a billed environment such as Modi's BJP seeking a second term by pushing policies that some said increased the number religious tensions and weakening multiculturalism.
The campaign was overcome by accusations and insults, as well as the same use of social media.
|Mamata B anerjee, Prime Minister of the state of West Bengal and head of the Trinamool Congress (TMC), at a roadshow before the final stage of the general election in Kolkata [Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters]|
Voting is largely peaceful but for sporadic violence in the eastern state of West Bengal, where BJP strives to launch seats from the Congress of Trinamool, a strong regional party currently in charge of the state.
In a violent and frivolous action, the Election Commission cut off the campaign early in West Bengal on Thursday after the days of clashes in the final stretching of the election.
Pre-election poll surveys of the media indicate that no party is likely to win anything close to a parliamentary majority with 543 seats. The BJP, which won the majority of 282 seats in 2014, may require some regional parties as allies to remain in power.
A government headed by Congress will require a major electoral suspension.
Al Jazeera and news agencies