Bangalore, May 10: The D-Day is just a few days away. The verdict that will come out on May 16 will be a decisive one from many aspects. All eyes will be on the results of the general election of 2014 and the majority will be interested to see whether Narendra Modi succeeds to emerge as India's next prime minister.
A number of leaders in Indian politics have been leading attacks against Modi, calling him communal and fearing that the nation will witness dark days if he indeed becomes the prime minister.
What if Modi comes out with flying colours on May 16? Oneindia tries to imagine how his domestic enemies will react to that news and compares it to the body language they had flaunted vis-a-vis Modi before the polls began.
Mamata Banerjee, Trinamool Congress chief
TMC chief and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee has been attacking Narendra Modi fiercely and even told that she would not allow the latter to become the PM even he had the majority in one of her rallies.
Rahul Gandhi, Congress vice-president
Rahul Gandhi also launched sharp attacks on Modi at various rallies and even expressed fear that 22,000 people will be killed if Narendra Modi becomes the PM.
Mulayam Singh Yadav, Samajwadi Party supremo
Mulayam Singh Yadav is one man who has been eyeing the PM's post for quite some time now and also attacked Modi as communal but it looks along with his age, the general mood in our democracy is also not in his favour.
Lalu Prasad, Rashtriya Janta Dal chief
Lalu Prasad is another politician who dominated in an India where factors like social empowerment and pseudo-secularism prevailed. He is also known for his hate for Modi and could rue if the latter does well on May 16.
Arvind Kejriwal, Aam Aadmi Party leader
Kejriwal has perhaps taken the biggest risk of his life by contesting against Modi from Varanasi. If the result goes against him on May 16, the man might have an improbable ask before him to make a comeback in Indian politics.
Nitish Kumar, Janata Dal (United)
JD(U) leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is known for his hate for Modi and also pulled out of the NDA last year after the latter's promotion in the BJP. But he hasn't had a rosy time since then and a bad day in office in May 16 could leave him in a lot of discomfort.
Raj Thackeray, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
Raj Thackeray is not clear on his stand vis-a-vis Modi. He says that he admires Modi but also does things that don't conform to his words often. So we keep our fingers crossed for May 16.
Manmohan Singh, India's PM waiting for the end of his term
Manmohan Singh, known for his silence otherwise, also attacked Modi a number of times but May 16 could leave him in a mixed state of mind.
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, CPI(M) leader
The former CM of West Bengal, like his comrades, has also been critical of Modi. In case Modi wins on May 16, he could take consolation from the fact that the non-Left has made a historic blunder this time, something which the Left generally does.