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MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP
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MODI AND INDIA ELECTION 2014 - THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT : LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP

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When Indian National Congress became rotten under the Prime Ministership of Manmohan Singh, the people of India thrown it out from Power and Grace. The Congress Government was controlled by the Big …

When Indian National Congress became rotten under the Prime Ministership of Manmohan Singh, the people of India thrown it out from Power and Grace. The Congress Government was controlled by the Big Corporate Houses to add the hardship of the Common People by making Reliance and other Corporate Houses richer into several folds within a handful of years. . The Left too has lost its credibility in the Indian politics. The regional political parties The fall of Congress is also a lesson for Modi and his BJP that needs to implement future-oriented development and national security strategies. Though some details are given, they need to be formulated in details in operational format.

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  • 1. INDIA ELECTION- THE ROTTEN IS THROWN OUT: LESSONS FOR NARENDRA MODI AND HIS BJP DR. RAJU M. MATHEW
  • 2. THE CONGRESS LEGACY • Indian National Congress Party, though assumed different names, has the great legacy both in the pre-and post- independent era of India. Jawaharlal Nehru and his daughter, Indira Gandhi, as the Congress Prime Ministers, adopted pro-poor stands while building up heavy industries and infrastructure under public sector or the direct control of the Government. • Immediately after the assassination of Indira Gandhi, the Congress Party made her son, Rajive Gandhi as the Prime Minister of India. He modernized India bringing IT and Telecommunication Revolutions even in the remotest villages in India. He had great dreams and visions for India in the 21st Century. He too was assassinated.
  • 3. CORPORATIZATION OF THE CONGRESS AND THE GOVERNMENT • After the assassination of Rajive Gandhi, P.V. Narasimha Rao became the Prime Minister. He had inducted Manmohan Singh, an economist to bring liberalization and globalization or more correctly the corporate era in the Indian politics and government in which big corporate houses started to dictate government policies and thereby they became richer into several folds. • With the support of the Corporate houses, Manmohan Singh became the Prime Minister, reducing Indian National Congress and its government mere a wing of the big corporate houses to implement the policies and strategies formulated and dictated by them.
  • 4. CORRUPTIONS SUSTAIN POVERTY • Almost all its top leaders and parliamentarians of the Congress Party became multi-millionaires out of the illegal wealth or profit made by some corporate houses, especially the Reliance of Ambanies for acquiring the precious national wealth and manipulating the prices of petroleum, cooking gases and telecom services. • As a natural outcome, the Congress lost its pro-poor and pro-rural face and its dynamism; thousands of farmers committed suicide all over India for the debt trap and almost all the rural and urban youth and women in India lost their faith in it. Even Rahul Gandhi, the son of Sonia Gandhi, could not do much to save the Congress. • Rampant corruptions and unaffordable inflations coupled with poor and direction-less governance and increasing crime against women became the hallmark of the Congress lead UPA Government. Even the left parties like Marxist Party and Communist Party of India too lost their credibility for the under- cover relationships with some corporate houses.
  • 5. ANTI-CORRUPTION MOVEMENT • With the emergence of Anna Hassarae and his Gandhian style of agitations against corruption and governmental incompetency with the overwhelming support of the youth and intellectuals, for the first time in the Indian history, the people got the courage to expose and question the misdeeds of the Government in India. • As a by-product of the anti-corruption movements, Anand Kejarival and his Am Admi Party emerged even to rule Delhi for a short while. After exposing the corruptions and misdeeds of the UPA Government, its mission is over till Modi and his BJP become rotten. Refer :www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article26594.html
  • 6. VOTED OUT THE ROTTEN • The actual beneficiary of the rampant corruption and incompetency of the Congress-lead Government and its pro-corporate stands breeding more corporate corruptions is Narednra Modi and his BJP even though he too was sponsored by the Corporate houses. • When Congress became rotten without any future oriented vision, mission and slogan, the common people in India, especially the farmers, small traders and the youth all over India deserted and voted out the Congress from power to pave the way for the Modi era.
  • 7. WHAT THE VOTERS WANT? • Though Modi and his BJP glorify the Ancient India or the Kingdom of Rama, nobody can go back to that age even if Mahatma Gandhi too had strived for it. The wheel of time never goes back according to the principle of Kalachakara, a fundamental principle of Hinduism. • The farmers, rural youth and women, small traders and urban middle class who voted to make Modi the Prime Minister want a strong, developed and corruption-free India with equal justice and safety for all, especially the women.
  • 8. MODI AND THE CORPORATE HOUSES • But the basic question is how Naredndra Modi and his BJP can be made free from the high handedness of the corporate houses that sponsor, finance and market them as the best alternative to Rahul Gandhi and his Congress Party all over India. • If Modi becomes highly obliging to his mender corporate houses, he becomes another Manmohan Sing to become corrupt and incompetent and turning against the farmers, rural youth and women and urban middle class.
  • 9. FATE OF MODI GOVERNMENT • Then Modi too will be thrown out by the angry and frustrated people who cannot be dealt with mere the rhetoric of the Ramarajya or Hindu ideology or the slogans of development for long. Within five years Modi too becomes too old and weak to withstand the ire and anger of those who supported him now and the ever growing new voters. Let us hope for the best to protect Modi from corruptions and incompetency !
  • 10. POLICIES AND STRATEGIES FOR INDIA • It is time for Modi to formulate unfamiliar policies and strategies by developing an integrative approach to development oriented governance of India ensuring (a) inter-sector balance - balance between Agricultural, Industrial and Service Sectors, besides Rural and Urban Sectors; (b) inter-regional balance- a balance between various regions and states in India with regard to development and (c) rule of law safe and peaceful life for all citizen, irrespective of race, caste or religion or ideology, especially the women. • Development must ultimately aims at empowering the entire population ensuring Food, Dignity and Knowledge for All leaving none on any ground. This is the best strategy to deal with the growing Maoist and Muslim Terrorist threats in India. (www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article32380.html).
  • 11. EDUCATION REVOLUTION • If Modi wants to build up a strong and fully developed India within ten years, it is high time for him to bring a Revolution in Education and Training, making the entire youth, women and children empowered with the right Knowledge, Skills and Expertise so that everybody can engage in socially productive economic activities even to challenge China. India must develop Knowledge Industries over and above the data based Information Technology and IT enabled industries. For details refer : • (http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article44230.html; www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p0SXqRuV3k; www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHcapByJeS4 )
  • 12. INDIA AND CHINA • Compared to China, India has wonderful potentialities and opportunities. China is an over-heated economy using the entire manpower that too under the surveillance of the corrupted Military and Communist Party. The working class in China lives at substance level without much spending or saving power. The alarming decline of the population under 25 years and the over-dependence of the aged population are a major unresolved challenge for China in its economic and military ambitions. This is the era of India under a great leader and statesman. Also refer : www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article26468.html )
  • 13. LET MODI RULES INDIA WISELY AND STRATEGICALLY • India is basically a nation of youth under 25 years capable of acquiring new skills and learning new knowledge and technology more quickly than the rest of the world. It is using only a small fraction of its potential manpower in Agriculture, Industrial and Service Sectors. • When India learns the art of utilizing the productive powers of its Daliths, Tribal people and the backward Muslims and Christians, no doubt, India can emerge as the top most economic and military power far ahead of the USA and China by 2025. • Let Modi rules India wisely and strategically without being corrupted by the Reliance and the other Corporate Houses for the people of India mainly the rural people, the urban middle class and the women, the youth and children, giving due importance to rural and farm development rather than pumping the entire wealth for some Metro cities or towns and their elite population.

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