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The Bharatiya Janata Party’s victory in 2014 was only possible because of Narendra Damodardas Modi whose good oratory skill and big promises gave India new hopes. So, impressed by his ideas, speeches and plans of bringing ‘achhe din‘, Indians chose Modi as new the Prime Minister of India.
Since the BJP’s coming to power, India has gone through a delicate phase – and most of the promises made by Modi have taken place only in his speeches rather than in the real world. As the 2019 election approaches, all the parties will start brainwashing the voter’s mind by proclaiming their future plans. This time, however, it may not be easy for the BJP to win the hearts of the voters.
Scams And Leaks
Every newspaper, news magazine or news channel has been flooded with reports of scams and leaks taking place. Before coming to power, the BJP government had criticised the Congress and stated that the government is fully responsible for the scams and for leaks. Now when the power is in the BJP’s hands, why are scams and leaks still taking place?
From the breach of personal data of 130 million people using Aadhaar from government sites to the leak of the CBSE examination papers of classes 10 and 12 – the Modi government is failing to take strict action. Apart from that, the bank scams that crossed ₹54,318 crores also raised many questions on the working of the government. Moreover, it was also revealed that “Cambridge Analytica helped BJP win elections, including the mission +272 in the 2014 elections,” though it was all refuted by the BJP government.
Rise of Unemployment
Modi claimed that 7 million new jobs had been created in one year, but a report by the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) shows that unemployment is at its peak with 31 million people unemployed.
Between 2014 and 2015, the number of farmer suicides rose by 42%. The farmers organised the long march, held hunger strikes to tell the government that they are in a crisis, but the government continues to ignore the agrarian crisis.
The announcement made by PM Modi was one of the most groundbreaking changes in the Indian economy. The Indian PM banned the use of ₹500 and ₹1,000 currency notes in 2016, but the effect of demonetisation is still being felt in the economy. The move taken by the Modi was condemned by many economists. It also slowed down the entire economic growth in various sectors.
From 2014, something changed in India – and that is the way we see the colour saffron. Since the BJP came into power, the Bajrang Dal and other militant Hindutva groups have been showing their ‘patriotism’. As Indians, we all know the value of saffron, but now it’s as though you are directly supporting the right wing if you wear saffron. Under this saffron colour, many thugs crossed their limits and hurt the common man no matter which religion, caste or creed they belong to.
The BJP government seems to be the master of what is morally right and wrong. There are so many incidences which are extreme cases of moral policing.
The bypoll results in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar show that the people now want some action rather than just hearing the mention of ‘achhe din‘ in speeches. The Modi government should work hard if they want to win the heart of voters. They still have time, but will they keep the blame game aside and bring forth real development in India?
No valid or strong opposition, as well as a lot of voters, still support him.
And yes, you can't ignore the advertisement department of BJP.
They are ***** good
We have history of Vajpayee not getting "much merited" one more term and no doubt history will rehash with Modi being denied this open door in 2019 races.