Narendra Modi – Man of the Indian Politics 2014
The Current Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has become the most popular Politician of India via his Social networking and aggressive campaigning with the backing of Gujarat Model he had pursued for more than 10 years in Gujarat. With chances of winning so high, he led himself through all the ups and downs to the election program only to eventually be crowned with glory and honor of becoming the Prime Minister of the country.
Narendra Modi’s Journey throughout his political career became the top story of many News Channels not only before the election program but also after the results were declared. After successfully accomplishing and executing the development targets in Gujarat during his tenure as its Chief Minister, Narendra Modi went a step further by contesting as Prime Ministerial candidate in General elections 2014, from Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP).Ultimately, he directed the BJP-led NDA to a decisive victory in the general elections in which the ruling Indian National Congress suffered its worst defeat in the history of INC. BJP won a whooping 282 seats in General elections 2014, and a major contribution into all this is attributed to Narendra Modi and his credibility. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that BJP’s massive victory has a lot to do with Narendra Modi’s name.
After being Sworn in as Prime Minister on 26 May 2014 at the Rastrapati Bhavan, Narendra Modi entered into an entity where millions of Indians have their Growth, sustainability and living waiting to be handled well with utmost sincerity and above all, honesty. The upcoming 5 years will prove to be a litmus test for Modi and BJP alike given the exposure and pressure they have faced till now for one thing inter alia others, DEVELOPMENT.
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