Mr Narendra Modi has been one of the most sought after political personality in recent times, owning to his deeds in the past nine years of his impeccable chief ministership, the man deserves kudos from his party’s stalwarts. He has been in the RSS mantle since childhood and has beaten all and sundry albeit defying […]

Mr Narendra Modi has been one of the most sought after political personality in recent times, owning to his deeds in the past nine years of his impeccable chief ministership, the man deserves kudos from his party’s stalwarts. He has been in the RSS mantle since childhood and has beaten all and sundry albeit defying all odds to take the coveted position of Chief Minister of Gujarat in Oct 2001 after politically out casting Mr KeshuBhai Patel, the man at the moment truly deserves the 4th term as the Gujarat Chief minister.

Narendra Modi At Netaji Subhash Bose Airport In Kolkata 300x199 Modi for PM

Mr. DELIVERABLE OR A MEDIA CARICATURE

Time and again Narendra Modi has proved his mettle and outstretched himself against all odds. The first political challenge he had to face after he became the chief minister of Gujarat was the Godhra Massacre and its aftermath. Umpteen fingers were raised under his leadership and the way whole Godhra chaos was handled by his government. The demographic and political equations of Gujarat changed dramatically as an aftermath of riots; Mr Modi was soon turned into a demonic political farce and a politician of wrongful disposition. Voices were raised for the ouster of the Gujarat Chief Minister and his inconsequential handling of the Godhra incident, but as the person of grit and gumption, he took up the challenge upon himself and executed drastic measures to improve upon his dented image.

The Economic resurgence Gujarat under able leadership of Mr Modi cannot be equated with any of the states in India. Gujarat has become the centre stage of the India’s economic boom and the world’s focus is on its model of economic growth. All this has happened due to some shrewd economic decisions taken by Modi. As someone asked him how much money it took to bring Mr TATA on board for announcing his relocating his ouster Nano plant from Singur in West Bengal and Mr Modi’s reply was Re 1 (as he SMSed Mr Tata “Welcome to Gujarat”). He had been out casted by the American as well as the British governments and denied diplomatic visa for his business trips (citing his role in Godhra Riots) but over time the stance has dramatically changed and we have seen visits by UK minister for foreign office as well as a contingent of US parliamentarians and almost inviting him over to their respective countries. The era of diplomatic boycott would soon be over and we shall be seeing Mr Modi visiting these countries in all fervor.

But as the questions arise in the media and political circles that “Is Mr Modi a creation of media hype?” The answer could be no but otherwise. Mr Modi knows how to use media to take political mileage and turn the tide for his benefit. Consider his usage of technology to showcase himself at different locations at the same time to pass on his speech real time or doing videoconferencing to make himself listen across nation’s, only an archetypal mind can think so! Time and again Mr Modi has astonished his political bosses at the centre to their amazement and proven beyond capacity, his abilities to perform.

MODI, A POLITICAL RESURGANCE!

Modi’s astute stance and handling of versatile situations with a contemplative will has earned him a tentative political aspirant for the next prime ministerial candidate across rank and file of the BJP. The Party does not have any other option to showcase its political lineage as it is riddled with the same magnitude of corruption and political bickering as the congress. The current wave of Modi Mania can turn the political tide towards the BJP and the NDA in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The recent churning of the BJP executive council (the think tank of the BJP) is a case in point; Mr Modi’s inclusion is seen by many as a step forward to the coveted position of the Prime Ministerial berth. There is no other leader in the BJP or its allies who can lead the NDA consortium with alacrity and overturn political fortunes of the congress leadership. Mr Modi’s empirical speak by itself and his way of functioning has been admired by the Indian populace. Once considered an arch rival of Mr Rajnath Singh (the executive president of the BJP), the political equations within the BJP has compelled Mr Singh to bring Mr Modi on board .Under his leadership, BJP can showcase its political strength by selling the Modi brand and thus putting its best foot forward for the run up to General Elections.

“MODI-ISM’S “: A SYMBOLIC MATRA AND THE NEED OF THE HOUR

The aura of Mr Narendra Modi is shining with passage of time. His firm resolve and strong leadership can be a blessing for the politico-economic doldrums India is facing. Considering the environment of policy paralysis we are going through, the need of the hour is a leadership with vision and political grit and on these parameters Mr Modi firmly qualifies to be our next prime minister.

A time when India is facing a sea of scams and being looked down by the international investors as an economic charade; Modi brand can certainly change the fortitude of this nation towards optimism and bring the belief of 1.2 billion people to a level of economic liberation and uniform coexistence towards a name called INDIA.

By Sanjeev Jaggi

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