When we discuss the current Prime Minister of India (one of the world’s democracies), people form opinions; some are biased, and to be honest, some are outright haters. Why can’t we be neutral before taking any stand regarding anyone? I had some different opinions about Gujarat and the riots when I first heard about him—or should I say learned about him—in 2014. Before the campaign started, news articles and the media were parsing and praising him, and so many started making the narrative regarding him. After the declaration, it was like a new day had begun. Some politicians referred to him as the butcher of Gujrat, Maut ka Saudagar, Chai, and Neech.
The election is over, and he has been elected as India’s 14th Prime Minister. Everyone was hoping for a new era, a new morning, and I was not surprised by his victory because the Indian
National Congress has been accused of corruption. That was the time when one of the known freedom Fighter Ana Hazare, was agitating against the government. People in India were
looking for a change, and he got the Gujarat leader, who proposed himself with a very strong base of Gujarat development, and while he was in his campaign, he was too good at connecting to the crowd through dialogue and their delivery. While he was delivering her speech, some of the slogans and dialogues created a different atmosphere for him, such as 56-inch Sina, abki bar Modi sarkar, and last but not least, Har Har Modi
At the swearing-in ceremony, he surprised everyone by inviting Pakistan president Nawaz Sharif, so many people were wondering why he had done that. This surprised me as well because, in his speeches, he always condemned Pakistan for not knowing what was going on behind the curtain; they were the only ones who knew.
On the first day of parliament, he bowed down in front of the stairs and began his journey; personally, I don’t think it was a publicity stunt, but the media always needs attention (TRP), so they began creating new things for this. When the very first Prime Minister was talking about the toilets in India, great India, people from the cities or who live in town areas were laughing, and digital media activists began making the meme, but when the data came out, it was 110 million toilets that had already been built before the 2019 election. A few more were there, like Jal Jeevan Mission, ujjawala yojna, Jan Dhan, Skill India, Namami Gange Yojna, Gramoday Se Bharat Uday, and the SATAT Scheme. Stand up for India, Setu Bhartam Yojna, Start-Up India, Make in India, Sansad Adarsh Gram, Shramev Jayte Yojna, Beti Bachao The Beti Padhao Yojna, PM Mudra Yojna, Ujala Yojana, Atal Pension Yojna, Jyoti Bima Yojna, Scheme for Sovereign Gold Bonds, Uday Scheme, etc. were game changers for him. These were the plans that worked for him, and he gained lots of popularity. The opposition was doing what the constitution required; they were always raising the issue of his foreign visit deal, and the court did its job.
While we’re talking about criticism, the opposition has every right to criticize the government for its bad work, which can create a loss for the country. As an example, if we talked about the farmer’s protest against the Farmer Bill, Inc., which was the party that took part in the protest and got defeated in the election by AAP, and the popular leader of the farmer protest got the minimum vote in the election, what does it prove? I don’t have to explain, When we do a comparison we always do with the greater than us, not with the lowest, America is a superpower
He faced the Lehman Brothers crisis in 2008, which caused the subprime lending crisis, but no one from the opposition raised a finger against the government. 9/11 was America’s worst terrorist attack, and the opposition was with the ruling party. Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed by an American agency. The opposition did not request evidence, but India’s surgical strike and air strike demonstrate Doklam, China’s border, and propaganda.
Recently, there was news about the Hindenburg research on the Adani Group and how much money they made and proof that the current government helped them. When asked about the
investigation, the opposition seized the opportunity and began yelling, “Prime Minister, answer do!” But the opposition forgot that when Manmohan Singh was Prime Minister, the Adani Group won the bid for the Food Corporation of India by offering a fixed rate of 12% interest for 15 years. The BBC was right to ban the documentary because it went against what the Supreme Court had said about the Gujarat riots, and the Prime Minister had already won that case. Hindenburg’s credibility is zero because it’s an American-based company and banned in America because of his short-term selling.
In his recent interview, George Soros talked about the BBC and India. He said that if Modi gets trapped in parliament, everything will be alright, and he also said that he was supposed to invest 1 million dollars for the institute against nationalists in India. and he also said that he was supposed to invest 1 million dollars for the institute against nationalists in India. One of his statements in 2011 on the Indian economy was that “India’s importance in the world economy has risen.” In 2011, debt was very high, corruption cases were getting out, and the GDP was 5.4. Now we have a GDP of 6.1, and we can understand that there is a resemblance between George Soros and Inc.
Whenever there is an election year, we always get some news outside the country. People should conduct research and gather facts before forming any opinions. The opposition has its own rights and does its own work, but getting trapped or creating propaganda is not good. If someone or any agency is talking against the prime minister of any country, it means they are talking against the country. So be careful and use the available facts that relate to history and credibility. Criticism is required, not propaganda