Reported by Chinmaya Dehury
Bhubaneswar, June 4:
Notwithstanding the steamrolling majority that he has in the Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi may not have a smooth sailing reign, predicts an Odisha based astrologer.
Internal strife and factionalism within the party would ensure that Modi’s reign will not be a bed of roses, if the astrological projections by Dr Pradip Kumar Choudhury are anything to go by. The Modi led government will grapple with both artificial and natural dangers during its term, he says.
Choudhury claims that he has prepared the birth chart of the Narendra Modi government taking into consideration his swearing in date (26 May, 2014) and time (6.11 pm-birth time of the government), location (Rahtrapati Bhawan premises, New Delhi).
As per Modi’s oath taking birth chart drawn by Choudhury, the ascendant is posited in the Libra sign (Tula). The Libra sign, being a movable zodiac sign (Rasi), Modi is likely to lead an unstable government.
The astrologer claimed that the combination of two powerful malefic planets Saturn (Shani) and Rahu being posited in the ascendant spells strong malefic influence exposing the government to the risk of getting caught unawares in artificial and natural dangers.
“Internal strife and palpable resentment will continue in the party. Mars (Mangal), the planet of power and leadership being posited in the twelfth sign in the birth chart of Narendra Modi’s government, the government will face trouble and adverse situation,” Choudhury said in his forecast.
Sun being posited in the eighth house, the government is likely face difficult situations and get entangled in unnecessary controversies. However, with mercury (Buddha) and Jupiter (Bruhaspati) being posited in the ninth house (house of luck) and Jupiter having fifth aspect towards Libra ascendant, the malefic effects will be lessened to some extent, he says.
Even though Venus, Moon and Ketu being posited in the seventh house in Aries (Mesha) zodiac sign having partial aspect to the ascendant, the strong presence of malefic planets may result in the government facing unnecessary adverse situations.
Taking into the account the flow of happenings starting with train accident in UP, the day Modi took oath, thunder squall in New Delhi in which nine persons were killed and the death of Union Minister Gopinath Munde on June 3, Choudhury has predicted that the government may face such situations repeatedly in the coming days.