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BJP has emerged as the world's largest democratic organization and will be back to power
Vinod Chandrashekhar Dixit5/22/2019 9:01:11 PM
The lotus will bloom again and there will be a new era in 2019. There is no doubt that BJP's performance will help NDA to surpass with good margin in Lok Sabha. NDA is likely to retain power easily in the months to come. The BJP will taste victory in many states. No one can say "NO" that India is now the world's fastest-growing major economy, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won praise for shepherding that momentum. PM Narendra Modi comes across as an effective administrator, a proud Indian nationalist. He is also a policy maven-introverted, precise, and even passionate about the most technical of subjects. Image of Narendra Modi is considered of a stern administrator and protective strict discipline. The man "MODI - Ek Swayamsevak" in his life, the man who has never thought for him, he has just given his life for the Bharat mata. Majority of population feels and thinks Modi could change fortune of the nation with his strategies and policies. Now the BJP has emerged as the world's largest democratic organization and it will again be back to power at the Centre as the country needs a strong and decisive government to ensure national security as well as speedy development.
It is for all purposes have become a dynamic indefatigable party persisting tirelessly in bits endeavor. No party or group of parties can match BJP or Modi. BJP is sure to win once again with a mandate to rule for another five years.
People even now believe Modi as a messiah sent to redeem them. When it comes to Parliament election their invariable option is Modi and BJP. One agrees that Modi has done some good things and some bad in the opinion of general public but his governance has been a lot better than previous MMS Govt . But Modi and his aides should not take things for granted because the electorate in India is a silent killer.
Because of Modi's interaction with world's leaders he has put India in a high position. India has also won hearts of many foreign investors who consider investing in India during Modi's regime would be profitable. He has represented India internationally so effectively that other countries also feel like dropping down their guns and getting into common grounds. He has focused on various policies such as economic policies, health and sanitation policies, Hindutva and education policies, foreign policies, defense policy, environment policies, governance and other initiatives. His policy of Demonetization also helped the government to bring out black money from corrupt people. Now the implementation of new GST Policy has also contributing a lot to our economic growth.
In India today there are very less politicians who are given respect and Modi is one of them. He is the man who is capable of carving a line on waters. Around 63% of those who were surveyed say that Modi is their top choice for the PM post, and just 34% of the respondents agreed that they want to see Rahul Gandhi as their next prime minister. Secondly, one of the BJP's greatest strengths is having capable leaders in several states, many of whom who have completed more than one term.
No doubt, the BJP has also faced criticism from Hindu nationalist groups unhappy at the delay in building a temple to the deity Ram in his fabled birthplace Ayodhya and unemployment also remains a problem despite high economic growth. Irrespective of the results Modi has changed the narrative of Indian politics viz. Modi remains by far the most popular politician in India today and his party is a formidable election-winning machine.
Modi's more popular among the masses than any other politician; tends to reach hearts and minds of people where ever he goes. Most importantly he knows how to create that magic which people expects for. Indian voters want a strong and decisive central government to deliver on India's promise as a big economy and one of the potential drivers of global growth.
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