In the face of the Modi juggernaut, India’s opposition appears to be growing weaker

But India’s opposition leaders accuse Modi’s right-wing government of becoming an electoral autocracy by trying to rig elections, arming state agencies to suppress, attack and arrest opposition politicians, and undermining democratic principles in the run-up to the elections, which started on April 19 and lasted until 1945. June 1, with results counted on June 4.