Arindam Chaudhri is an Motivational Speaker, Teacher & Corporate Leader of India. He has great knowledge about Indian Economy & Politics. In this Presentation I am presenting his analysis about
Arindam Chaudhri is an Motivational Speaker, Teacher & Corporate Leader of India. He has great knowledge about Indian Economy & Politics. In this Presentation I am presenting his analysis about Narendra Modi.
12 reasons why Modi could be the Best PM of India has ever seen!
2. My previous editorial on 12 reasons to reject
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criticised. So this time, here are my 12 reasons for Modi; what could even make
him the best Prime Minister that India has ever seen.
3. 1. I haven’t seen leader-material better than Modi in Indian politics since my
childhood; and elders do say that post Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, India has
not witnessed a leader who can speak as assertively and as clearly as Modi
does! Personally, I am tired of spineless leaders representing the country and
would love to see a leader who can stand up to world leaders and make them
take note of India.
4. 2. Modi’s vision of growth is what India needs. Gujarat may not be the role
model, but Modi is growth focussed, and such economic growth – rather
than populist doles like free water and electricity – can take care of all our
ills, and can equip people to make them independent.
5. 3. Modi may have seen an unfortunate riot happening during the initial part
of his reign, and the Supreme Court may have correctly or incorrectly given
him a clean chit, but the fact as they say is that the best apology is in never
repeating a mistake. And while before and after 2002, we have seen
hundreds of riots taking place all around in India, we haven’t seen another
one in Gujarat! If that’s what Modi believes in and commits himself to, then
we have a real man who believes in amending his mistakes instead of
forwarding pretentious apologies.
6. 4. Modi has embraced industrialists and has shown himself to be a friend of free
market, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that he is corrupt and won’t take care
of the masses. He surely looks like a man of words. Gujarat may not be a leader
in Human Development Indexes, but it has some great aspects. For example, in
terms of access to schooling, Muslims in Gujarat are better placed than Hindus.
And that’s great news. Likewise, throughout India, I would love to see Dalits and
Muslims getting far better access to education than what they have currently.
7. 5. Modi looks to be a man of reforms, and the business sector needs some
desperately. We can’t have an unpredictable government that can introduce any
taxes with retrospective effect from time to time and harass the business
community, which is giving India all its growth and employment. Nor can we
have anyone who doesn’t understand the significance of the business
community and whose thoughts are suspect.
8. #6. Modi has an image that he doesn’t take bribes and doesn’t let people take
bribes. IAS officers swear that they haven’t seen a better decision maker than
him. We need a firm decision maker like Modi, especially after seeing the
intellectually deficient and insensate Manmohan Singh for a decade.
9. 7. In Modi’s Gujarat, the crime rate is the lowest amongst all big states of
India. My friends in Gujarat swear that they have no fear of thefts or rapes in
Gujarat. And any rare crime that takes place is solved within hours, making
criminals extremely fearful of committing any crime. After Delhi becoming the
rape capital of the world, we need a leader who can control crime.
10. 8. Good governance is Modi’s promise. Good governance is surely not about
pointing fingers randomly at others! It’s about walking the talk. And here is a
man who has walked the talk for 12 years and more, and shown how to win
hearts and make a progressive state with good governance.
11. #9. We need to break away from dynastic politics of unilateral, closed-
door, secretive, mother and child decision making. Thus, getting a party like
BJP to power, which does have a central committee democratically taking
decisions, is a must and will restore our faith in democracy.
12. 10. Modi has a mature head on stable shoulders. He would do well for India
vis-à-vis our global relations. I shudder at the thought of a Rahul Gandhi or
Arvind Kejriwal trying to speak on geopolitical effects of the American
army withdrawing from Afghanistan or the Chinese might, or even of
Russia taking over Crimea. We need a mature leader with a clear vision for
India to become the next big superpower.
13. 11. Americans denied him a visa. I hope Modi will never forget that and ergo
make friendships where they are required – that is, with China and Russia – to
make a new global equation in the balance of power. It’s not G8 that the world
needs; the world needs the circle of 3 – India-China-Russia – to have a
peaceful and culturally superior planet. And I hope Modi will be the man to
14. 12. Finally, on a lighter vein, the very fact that he will come after Manmohan
Singh will in any case make Modi look like the best PM ever! What a contrast
and relief it will be! Let’s all give this man a chance! India denied Sardar Patel
a fair chance to be the PM during his times; we must not do the same with