Modi's model of governance of lack of.
We talk about what Modi has done in Gujarat, internal BJP issues, why Kejriwal isn't the right person and keep saying NaMo is good. But, not once have we talked about Modi's manifesto for India.
What is it that he will do? How will he clean up corruption, how growth will come, how women will become safe and how kids won't sleep hungry.
Can I request the ones in know to come forward.
Unless you can engage citizens in meaningful constructive dialogue, I don't think this circle will get even half close to AAPs. Doing NaMo NaMo has its limitations. Sorry if I offended anyone but we need to do some work here. more
Agreed with Mr Arun's view point... we all must try hard to see NaMo in full majority for no excuse...and thinking a good governance from AAP is totally irrelevant thought. more
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Ms Shikha Jain I have seen your views in support of APP. Now your doubt about what Mr Modi can do for India is totally irrelevant. Present air says that Mr Modi will do something which neither Congress could do nor any thing expected from any other party including APP. I also do not expect wonders from Mr Modi. But it is sure that life of common Indian is going to improve. Lets give him one term, when we had given >60 years to others. We will get a chance to review his policies in 2019 election. So this time let see Mr Modi gets full support with BJP Majority, so as no excuse is left for Mr Modi/BJP to counter any issue. This time Modi. more
Apt and relevant point Shikha. We are waiting to see BJP's manifesto which should hopefully cover some specific agenda points on development and growth. From what I know ,BJP is likely to follow an investment friendly policy -thats why you see the stock market responding positively in anticipation of him being voted to power. It is unfortunate that all parties without exception and including the BJP,are dwindling their resources and time in just blatantly criticising other parties . Its high time the BJP unfolded a roadmap for making a positive difference to the lives of Indians and effectively tackling problems of inflation,unemployment / underemployment, lack of growth, policy paralysis and a host of other social issues whether concerning health, sanitation, women's safety and empowerment, right to education etc. What is clear is that the electorate has become intolerant of issues related to corruption and misgovernance. I hope that under Modi's leadership, the BJP does not make the same blunders as the other parties and singlemindedly focuses on proper governance else India's fortunes will not be bright to say the least and we could go on perpetuating all the problems which the Congress has unrelentingly built up over the last 10 years. more
His only manifesto is India's development and once India gets developed all such problems will automatically vanish more