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Will Modi deliver as expected?

Narendra Modi is being addressing hundreds of rallies across India and his favorite targets in every rally are Sonia Gandhi and Congress Party. However, looking at the prospect at Uttar Pradesh, he lately started attacking Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and accused him for indulging in vote bank politics and “misleading” Muslims in the name of secularism. He also pursued to blame Gandhi and Yadav for the communal clashes, saying “700 riots took place right under the nose of Madam Soniaji in the last one year and 250 of them took place right here under Netaji (Yadav) in Uttar Pradesh.” Modi charged that the Congress, SP and the BSP do “vote bank politics and sing songs of secularism”.

What they are doing is just talking. They talk about secularism but their intention is to keep every people poor so that can play the poor card always. In a recent speech, Sonia talked about the 15-point programme for developing 90 Muslim-dominated districts in the country of which 15 are in UP. Modi took a dig at her statement and said, when an MP asked about the work under the project, Soniaji’s UPA government said not a single paise has been spent in last one year. This is an example of misleading the Muslims and people. They can neither provide development nor security to the people and they have no right to be in power even for a second. Modi accused the Congress of being against bringing back black money stashed in foreign banks. Now I am curious to know, what plans Modi has to bring back this said ‘black money’, and does he know where it is deposited? If he knows then why he is waiting all these years. Why he had not exposed the people who have black money in foreign bank?

Sometimes, I feel these are just political gimmicks, asking people to provide a strong majority to the BJP in the forthcoming elections, and get voters assurance over the victory of BJP and NDA candidates and get them at least 300 seats. He appealed to the voters that they have elected rulers for the last 60 years but “this time you elect a servant for next 60 months and he promises to do things which they have not done in last 60 years. Modi is not the person who builds castles in the air; he has done development in Gujarat and made it possible for each and every community to prosper there. People of this country have seen irresolute government which is always busy in appeasing one particular community for 10 long years. No doubt, you have to develop financially backward classes but that doesn’t mean you leave out other poor people. However, national politics has its own challenges. Modi should be little practical. Unfortunately, in our country leaders come to power nations are self-improved. Modi is an authoritarian, we would be very fortunate to be guided by that very leader. Delayed development has hurt India.

Modi would have not got the prominence that he is enjoying today. The middle class of 2014 India is not an illiterate block which can’t read the blunt communalism that so called secular parties are playing. Original BJP which represent the ‘Far right’ ideology has a core support base. People today very much understand politics to philosophy and have a view about all. They see naked failure of Congress and its attempt to hide everything under the carpet of secularism, while they find Modi as a mascot of change/development. Within these circumstances in the country, young and old feel that he is fit to lead the country, reeling under utter chaos.

In the interest of political expediency, Modi was handpicked for a specific purpose. At this time, country needs a person who can deliver. Many of us are unable to find a suitable person other than Modi. He has proved himself with the possible growth and strong leadership. He even works in sectors like agriculture and stands with agriculturally developed states like Haryana and Punjab. In the last ten years, the entire economy, administration has seen the lowest. Only area worth mentioning enormous growth is the area of corruption. Looking at the present scenario, people are flowing in Modi wave, they want him as the prime minister of India. Blame it to the development mantra that he gave or the marketing that has built his image larger than the party, or one can blame the published opinion poll or his social media manager and campaigners. The fact is that, Modi has influenced the people of this country, and more than that he has managed to deliver through his own ruled state.

People alleged that BJP have leadership crises but when they finalised their leader, then they accuse the party of being a one man party. Anyway, whether Modi can revive the BJP is the big question and debate will go on and on. However, that doesn’t matter. Here the matter is, will Modi deliver as expected by the citizens of this country and will he change the fate of this country?

Dr. Vaidehi Tamanhttp://www.vaidehisachin.com
Dr. Vaidehi is an Investigative Journalist, Editor, Ethical Hacker, Philanthropist, and an Author. She is Editor-in-Chief of Newsmakers Broadcasting and Communications Pvt. Ltd. Since 11 years, which features an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, monthly magazines like Hackers5, Beyond the news (international) and Maritime Bridges. She is also an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Security Analyst and is also a Licensed Penetration Tester which she caters for her sister-concern Kaizen-India Infosec Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

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