China’s government media has predicted BJP’s re-election under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Lok sabha elections 2019. The Global Times, which is considered the mouthpiece of the Chinese government, has said that there is no Indian leader right now ahead of PM Modi’s political stance. The BJP’s organization is better than the opposition, hence the possibility of return.

In an article of ‘Global Times’, it was said, “Elections are going to be held in India from April 11 and everyone’s eyes are fixed on May 23, ie on the results day. There is a complete hope for the election that PM Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party will emerge as the largest party in the Parliament. There is no leader like PM Narendra Modi’s political stature. The strength of BJP’s funding power and organization is better than the opposition. It seems that PM Modi is likely to return to power again. ”

Modi’s diplomatic legacy should continue, election results which have been written ‘, praised PM Modi’s diplomatic efforts with countries of the world. While describing PM Modi as a “pragmatic” leader, Modi has been praised for efforts to strengthen relations with SAARC and China. In addition to mentioning the informal talks of the PM Modi and Xi Jinping in the previous year, the article said that political parties, cultural and economic relations between India and China should be strengthened, if they want to have the results in India.

It is notable that India and China are organizing a week-long India Festival in central Chinese city, in Wuhan, after a year of ‘informal meeting’ between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping. India has started the color of India in Wuhan, one year after the meeting between Modi and Xi on 27-28 April 2018. During this time, programs that promote dance performances, cinema exhibitions, photo exhibitions and business and tourism will be organized.

In China, Indian envoy Vikram Mishri and Wuhan’s Deputy Mayor Chen Shijin launched the program. The Indian Embassy informed that the Indian Embassy in Beijing and the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR), New Delhi is organizing it in collaboration with Hubei Provincial Government and Wuhan Municipal Government. The Chinese Art Association has also helped in this.