Posts Tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Election to the Indian parliament in the second quarter of 2019 is going to be a big fight between the honest and corruption -free prime minister Narendra Modi and the soaked in corruption Congress and its limpets. The Congress has made its intent clear by making Kamal Nath as the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and Shiela Dixit the Delhi Congress Party President. The people will have to take the responsibility of electing one of them. If they choose the corrupt Congress and its allies, they will have no ground for complaint. Christian Michel can be awarded Padma Vibhushan and Sonia Gandhi Bharat Ratna.
Indian Election in 2019 will be watched very keenly globally – like the American President’s Election in 2016 – and fought fiercely as stakes are really very high. It will decide if the Transparency Revolution initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi wins or the scamsters; if democracy survives or dynasticism; if India becomes a real superpower fast or remains a poor country for several decades more.
Readers of my new book will find the answer to the question whether the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will win a second term in election 2019.
Narendra Modi has proved his leadership by winning Gujarat assembly elections for the party for the 6th time in a row and snatching Himachal Pradesh from the Congress for the party. Gujarat is one of the leading business states of India who are portrayed by the Congress party and its allies as against demonetisation and GST among other economic reforms of Prime Minister Modi. The voters of Gujarat gave thumping approval to demonetisation, GST and all other economic reforms. Modi goes to general elections 2019 with enhanced confidence.
If Modi has survived the non-stop assault on him all these months, it is due to his integrity and plans for public good, which have kept him so much above his opponents that they will never succeed in harming him till 2019, God willing! That is the secret of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s success.
I had earlier posted on this blog my views on the need for fool-proof security for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He has deadly enemies in India and abroad, his own political organisation being no exception. Narendra Modi is on the radar of many foreign countries, who would prefer a weak government in position rather than […]
A turning point in democratic India’s long life. A historic moment. More than anything else the beginning of an era of hope. Unless one suffers first hand daily oppression by corruption and the misery of the masses due to it, one would never know what was it like for the more than 95% population of […]