In the recently concluded Assembly Election 2017, Modi’s saffron party spread its colours making the Holi special for their followers. The election commission of India announced the election results for the five states namely Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa on March 12, 2017.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will occupy the throne in the four out of five states though they were a runner-up in Goa and Manipur. Yes, the results showed Indian National Congress (INC) as the winner of the election in these two states. However, with the help of independent and alliance parties, BJP is all set to rule these two states as well.
Narendra Modi swore as the Prime Minister of the country in 2014. Since then, there was no looking back. He slowly spread his party’s wings and dominated the authority all over. At present, BJP takes its hold on 13 states in the country. Amongst these 13 states, in 10 states BJP came into power by themselves. However, in the other 3 states, they managed to rise to power with the help of allies and independents. With this, Modi has completely overturned the political landscape of India.
Despite the shakeout by Demonetisation, the employment status of the country yet to unfold completely and many of their party’s election oaths taking place at a slower pace, How did BJP manage to impress the recently concluded assembly elections in the 5 states?
The main credit of the victory goes to the man changing the lives of people in the better way. It is the Prime Minister, his constant efforts to assure people that he is there to do good to them, his brave moves and his perfect allotment of cabinet ministers, all these affected the results in a positive way. Also, the weak leadership of the oppositions and their inexperience to rule also raised the eyebrows of people.
As a matter fact, the party has got its stronghold in the country. But is the stability of the country still a big question mark? Yes, it is. Progress is there but it is at a slower pace. How can this pace of progression be improved? It is in the hands of the PM and his party to solve the math.
But is the stability of the country still a big question mark? Yes, it is. Progress is there but it is at a slower pace. How can this pace of progression be improved? It is in the hands of the PM and his party to solve the math.
ONE OF THE KIND
One can say that the present government is not the one that the country has seen so far since independence. This government is highly intellectual, future-minded and too bold.
People trusted the leader and brought him to the rule. Will the government manage to hold the trust? Let us know your views in the Comment Section below.