OPINION: Big challenge for Narendra Modi to become PM
Author(s): Harish K. MongaBJP has once again started singing the hymns of Ram Mandir, by taking an opportunity to do something when the time and conditions are near perfect or available, and on the other hand, Narendra Modi, at the annual...
BJP has once again started singing the hymns of Ram Mandir, by taking an opportunity to do something when the time and conditions are near perfect or available, and on the other hand, Narendra Modi, at the annual function of Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), attracts the youths with his golden words to seeing the youths as future force of the nation and not as force of voters.
Two antecedents in one day at Allahabad and Delhi is a matter of co-incidence or is a preplanned politics of BJP and Sangh and this new issue is available for politics analysts. What meaning comes out of this but one thing is clear that BJP is successful in start of its campaign.
Rajnath Singh after becoming president of BJP, has to adopt some path and the BJP has started harping on its old issue of Ram mandir, despite the fact that its leaders knows that the voters cannot be allured with politics of feelings. The majority of the voters are youths and to attract them, besides religion, something like industry, employment and development packages are the need of the hour. Narendra Modi well understands this psychology and this is the reason, he reached at the annual function of the college will full rehearsals and did not mention anything about Ram or religion or saffron. He also regretted that certain political parties see the youths from voters point of view whereas he sees them to make the 21st century as Century of India giving the new mantra of optimistic with an example of ‘half glass full of water and half glass empty’. He also gave the new formula of PG means pro-people and good governance saying on the one side is Pakistan and on other is Gujarat in deserts. All such elements were available during his one hour speech, which could grab the “wah-wah” (appreciation) and clapping of the youths. One thing is clear that with the speech of Narendra Modi in the college, BJP leaders might be tight-lipped over the candidature of PM but one group is ready to announce Narendra Modi as PM by calling him to Delhi and such like programmes are expected in the coming time.
He also mentioned about the cooperative’s Amul project in Gujrat but the question as to how many cooperative projects were established during his tenure? Lastly, on the development model on which Narenda Modi wants to make a picture of India, only the time will tell which way the wind blows.
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