“Har Har Modi.. Ghar Ghar Modi” was one of the most favourite chants of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) Karyakartas and followers just before the 2014 General Elections. Present Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi received the support and votes from the “Ghar Ghar” of northern, western, and some of eastern states of India.

Mr Modi washed away the Indian National Congress and many other local parties including the Bahujan Samajwadi Party in that cutthroat electoral Game of Thrones.

He showed an aggressive and different genre of politics when he invited the heads of neighbouring nations for his government’s oath-taking ceremony.

This was the time when he hinted how he is going to work for the next five years.

While his supporters are always with him, opposition and critics leave no moment to drag him down in the blame game politics. Next general elections are at the door, and Congress, the main opposition party, along with other regional parties and local netas, is making hard efforts to prove the ongoing government a mammoth failure.

The united opposition and not being able to tame Pakistan’s childish acts of terror, bring back the Kala Dhan, create jobs as per his promise, and control the Mehengai Dayan are some of the worrying factors - that have irked even the diehard Bhakts of Modi and followers of BJP.

The recent PNB Scam, however it technically has nothing to do with the present government, is another blow to the Modi Sarkar.

The opposition is trying to fool the country by blaming the present government for Nirav Modi’s running away from the country. Same was the case with Vijay Mallaya; his loans were approved by the UPA government, just like Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi’s.

However, the situations before the country aren’t as same as they were in 2013, a year before the 2014 elections.

Congress-led UPA Government had become synonymous with corruption, inflation, failed foreign policies, minority appeasement, and mismanagement or lack of basic infrastructure. People of India had lost trust in the party, which so far have ruled the nation for over six decades.

Because of the good governance and the examples set when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, narendra modi emerged as the strongest contender and the most favourite candidate for the post of Prime Minister.

This time also, no one seems to be stopping Narendra Modi in the 2019 General Elections. In the following list, I give you 9 undeniable reasons why NaMo can win again.

1. People love him

After Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru, Narendra Modi is the most loved Prime Minister of India. The citizens of the country love him, respect him – even in front of Rahul Gandhi! See for yourself:

Of course, there many Mani Shankars, Khanhaiya Kumars, Umar Khalids, and Hardik Patels spread across the country, but the majority still believes, the steps he will take will be for the good of the nation.

The messages he gets on his Narendra Modi App, the comments he gets on his Twitter and Facebook feeds, and the warm welcome he receives during his foreign visits simply attest “people of India love Modi”.

2. Individual traits

So what makes Modi different from other desi netas –

  • Self-confidence
  • Brilliant orator
  • Great listener (he wants to listen to you, “directly”)
  • Works on his weakness (he speaks English pretty well now)
  • Hard worker
  • Generosity
  • Down to earth
  • True friend

Additionally, he doesn’t start seeing mandirs a year before elections. He doesn’t even visit a Dalit Family to secure Dalit votes for him. He doesn’t believe in Vote Bank Politics. Neither does he support a specific nation or group of people to please or appease the minorities.

3. The alliance of Modi Roko Parties is a fuss

Ever since the Modi Tsunami has taken over the nation in 2014, many alliances have appeared out of nowhere and disappeared in nowhere.

Mahagathbandhan in Bihar and SP-BSP Alliance in Uttar Pradesh did considerable damage to the wave momentarily, but the BJP managed to break all the alliances formed against it.

Interestingly, the alliances were not against the BJP; they were formed to stop Modi. Modi Roko Parties (MRPs) don’t look like an alliance; they are more like an Anti or Hate Modi Group.

However, each alliance was formed not to stop Modi, but to form their own government, rule their respective states, and cry foul against the NDA-led centre.

But, why do they hate Modi? Why are they so anxious about his next win? Because they think, their political journey is heading toward its final platform. If Narendra Modi comes to power again in 2019, their political career will be finished.

Noticeably, they are already struggling with their career, for example, by visiting the JNU Campus to support the chanters of “Bharat Tere Tukde Honge”; by coming openly in support of Rohingyas; and keeping mum on the killing of non-Muslims at a restaurant in Bangladesh. I can list and cite dozens of such incidents happened over a period a time in the last four years.

4. Congress is counting its days. Left too has been left alone by its followers

Due to their self-centered politics, corruption, and misconducts, the people of India kicked the Indian National Congress out of power in 2014. They got only 44 seats in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections. What a shame!

Left, too, is losing its grounds in the states where they used to be in a dominating position.

It seems like, the Congress and the left front, haven’t done their homework to discover the real reasons for their defeat.

They are just very focused on saving their dynasty. RaGa is the greatest testament to this struggle.

The left that ideally does not believe in any religion was seen organizing Ram Rath Yatras in Bengal on the occasion of Ram Navami last month.

Even Trinamool Congress, which explicitly opposes Hindu Festivities, organized Ram Navami events to pull Hindu votes in the next elections.

They all are worried!

5. RaGa is naive and barely knows India

The ever-young Rahul Gandhi was at a college in Mysore a couple of weeks back. When an NCC Cadet asked what benefits he would give the NCC cadets with C-Certificate, RaGa replied, he does not know about “that kind of stuff”.

Since the elections are a few months away, Rahul should be ready for more of that kind of stuff waiting for him. Hope, he doesn’t do that kind of stuff again.

6. RaGa is a faker too

Rahul Gandhi has been faking it for quite a long time to get Hindu votes.

According to Dr. Subramanian Swamy, Rahul Gandhi isn’t his real name and he is not a Hindu by religion. Swamy says and writes this frequently and openly.

Still, no one from the Congress Party, even after having great lawyers like Kapil Sibal on their side, has made a single attempt to file defamation charges against Swamy. Why? Because, then, they will have to reveal everything in the court and it will be open officially to the public.

Remember the body posture, in which he sat while visiting the Kashi Vishwanath Temple with Akhilesh Yadav during the UP Assembly Election campaigning last year? He doesn’t even know how to sit in a temple, Yogi Aadityanath had said at that time.

Further, Rahul Gandhi hid his identity while visiting Somnath Mandir while campaigning in the Gujarat Elections a few months back.

And they can Modi a “Feku”.

7. Improvements in the economy

The Prime Minister has brought the economy on the track of growth. However, not much is evident as of now, but solid steps have been taken by the government and they will bring a bright and stable future for India.

The economic ties with countries like the US, Canada, the UK, Japan, Russia, and Australia demonstrate the success of the government’s economic policies.

The US Government has imposed various restrictions on Pakistan and often opposes China’s stand against India.

Many government agencies, such as BSNL and Air India are now profit making assets, while during the UPA rule, they were on the edge of bankruptcy.

Introducing economic reforms was the foremost priority for the present government when it took charge.

They made way for significant improvements including Jan Dhan Yojna, Affordable Housing, Gram Jyoti Yojna, Ujjwala Yojna, Ease of Doing Business, Manufacturing Revival, Make in India, Skill India, Start-up India, Demonetisation, and Goods and Services Tax to benefit the country in long-term.

What if these schemes were implemented 10 to 15 years back? Just think!

Many of these schemes have been appreciated time and again at international forums, such as World Economic Forum, Moody’s, WHO, World Bank and IMF.

There’s no denying that Indians often are not open to sudden significant changes. As a result, these schemes are still making efforts to reach their expected goals.

The middle class kept waiting for tax policy reform, but the gone 5 Budgets showed no mercy in that regard.

Still, they are happy that no scams were brought into broad daylight.

8. Made India shine abroad

Modi has uplifted the image of India on foreign lands at a number of times.

This year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) plenary session started at 11:00 AM on 23 January 2018. Did you know why? It was because of the Indian Prime Minister’s busy schedule. Usually, the meeting commences in the evening hours.

PM was seen sharing laughs and discussions with world leaders at Davos. This was just one incident.

Israeli PM calls him a “Dost”.

The US President once called him the “Man of Action”.

During the presidency of Obama, Modi received 9 standing ovations and 33 rounds of applaud during his speech at the US Congress.

9. Who else, if not Modi?

  • Rahul Gandi? Akhilesh Yadav? Mulayam Singh Yadav?
  • Mayawati? Ahem ahem!
  • Mamata Banerjee?
  • Lalu Yadav (well, legally, he can’t), or his wife Rabri Devi?
  • Arvind Kejriwal? Really?

I see no one in front of Modi’s grandeur.

I am sure I am going to be labelled a Bhakt on Blasting News. But, hold on. Before you curse me for praising Modi and his policies, wait for my next article, which will criticise him and portray the plus sides of Rahul Gandhi and his chances of becoming the next Prime Minister of India.