It’s Modi vs rest of India

It’s Modi  vs rest of India

It’s Modi vs rest of India

by December 1, 2017 0 comments

Gujrat Assembly Elections 2017 has once again pitted PM Modi against a combined team of all political rivals

Vote for him in the December’s Gujarat Assembly elections and ensure way for him to be the Prime Minister of India in 2019. That will save the Hindus and the India, appeals the Indian American Intellectuals Forum. December is a very crucial month for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the State of Gujarat, for the Hindus in India, and for India as the country. The State Assembly elections in Gujarat are scheduled for December 9 and 14 and the results will be announced on December 18.

In India, Narendra Modi is an embodiment of courage and valor. He is a powerful orator, a consummate communicator and a forthright thinker. He is a fearless fighter, a legend who understands how to capture the collective imagination of the people he wants to lead. In spite of the mean and mendacious media blitzkrieg launched against him by anti-Hindu Congress Party in collusion with the dangerous combination of antinational radical Islamists, Leftists and foreign-funded NGOs, Narendra Modi has not only stood strong, but has also made them eat the humble pie.

Gujarat under Narendra Modi, the “Lion of Gujarat” and now “Lion of India” has blossomed in the last two decades and has become the growth engine of India. Modi has completely transformed the state’s economic and political landscape. He is punctilious in his thoughts, deeds and actions and runs the state like an efficient CEO. Prime Minister Modi’s performance is similar to his past though the team Modi operating in Delhi lack national vision. The inputs of RSS are seen on foreign, economic and defense policy resulting in dilution of power of the ministers in the Modi’s cabinet. However the PM and PMO has grows in stature and the power is centralized to PMO. In a state, this can work but for a large country like India, decentralization is required to improve governance.

When he first took over as the Chief Minister, Gujarat had a power shortage of 2000 MW, but now it is a power surplus state. Gujarat actually contributes 16% to the country’s overall industrial production. Agricultural growth of Gujarat is at 11%; the rest of India it is barely 4%. In a quantum leap, in April 2012, Narendra Modi dedicated to the nation 600 MW of installed solar power projects, including the Asia’s largest solar park with 214 MW generation capacity. With achievements like these, Narendra Modi has established himself as the man with vision, mission and conviction.

Prime Minister Modi has systematically altered the economic, foreign and defence policy of India. The relentless fight against corruption is pushed to limits even at the expense of taking unpopular decisions namely demonetization and GST implementation, gold and property are targeted to absolve black money from the system. The foreign policy has taken a complete turn wherein India has forged practical alliance with USA, Israel, Japan and Australia to set up strategic partnership. The Indo pacific alliance is commercially and diplomatically viable option to challenge new emerging forces in the world. Modi government understands the concept of great democracy must have great military hence the defence forces are priority sector for the present government.

Recently, the prestigious “Time magazine” featured Modi on its cover page. Financial Times, another world- class publication, applauded Gujarat’s growth under Modi in glowing terms.

Polically speaking, over eighty three percent of India’s population or Nine Hundred Ninety million people in the country are Hindu. Yet, shamefully, the country was being ruled by the minorities till Congress UPA government was in power who is barely 18% of the population count. India is the only country in the world where its minorities namely the Muslims and the Christians have ganged up together to enact laws that decide how the Hindu majority should behave in their own country! It is truly a matter of great regret and shame that Hindus are taking this injustice and tyranny lying down!

For all practical purposes, the overall Hindu people and India as the country are presently under a state of siege. Unknown to the common public, that siege has been laid with the help of radical Islamists, jihadists, and Marxists. The chief aim of this insidious conspiracy is to demoralize and denigrate the Hindus and their organizations… and encourage the centrifugal forces to balkanize India into several mini pakistans. Almost all Hindus have already been driven out of Kashmir. Over 30 million Bangladeshi Muslims have infiltrated into Assam, West Bengal and other neighboring states. The states like Assam, Bengal, and Kerala are witnessing a big demographic change. No matter how strongly we deny it, the unfortunate fact still remains intact that the “demographic con quest of any land is the most permanent form of a con- quest.”

Discrimination against Hindus in India is rampant. Top Hindu temples like Tirupati and Sabrimala are taken away from Hindu hands through the legislation and given to ‘secular’ civil servants for managing them. From the religious offerings of Hindu devotees meant strictly for the Hindu issues, the bureaucrats unfairly dole away Rs. 690 crores a year as the Haj subsidy alone.

Amidst all this gigantic plunder and loot, there is a hope for our country. The only way out is if the honest and courageous leaders like Narendra Modi manage to remain into the driver’s seat… and, maneuver the country away from the sure doom and disaster waiting ahead. If you want to restore the dignity to India, if you wish to put Bharat Mata on the pedestal of glory, if you want the country to be a super power in real terms, then be with Narendra Bhai Modi …

(The writer is OE’s Political Editor )

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