Young India is rocking to Modi-nomics


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7 Feb 2013

 
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Young India is rocking to Modi-nomicsNarendra Modi may not have said it in so many words, but his arrival upon the national scene was imminent after he became Gujarat’s Chief Minister for the fourth time.

Modi delivered the annual Shri Ram Memorial Oration at Shri Ram College of Commerce on Wednesday, and delivered a riveting speech that is sure to leave an indelible mark on the minds of young India.

Modi’s equation with the youth is unrivalled. He understands what young India wants and believes in delivering on his promises. He understands that the youth is not into the business of political manoeuvring and does not pay heed to divisive community-based electioneering.

The BJP strongman cares less about building a vote-bank by pandering to socio-religious elements and focuses more on what the nation is capable of, unified under the Tricolour. His roadmap is centered on youth and development. What more can a forward-looking India ask for?

In the past few years, young Indians, by means of protest and agitation, have expressed their exasperation on three key issues – rampant corruption, lack of security for women, and a faltering economy.

Modi’s Gujarat is far ahead of the nation in tackling these institutional problems. He has imbibed, and made his own, the policy of P2G2 – pro-people good governance. He is, in fact, the only leader to openly state his belief in the potential of Indian teachers to win the world over and building Indian spheres of influence.

Modi believes Government has no business doing business and espouses the need for minimum Government, maximum governance. The ‘new-age power’ that Modi calls the youth, holds the reins in its hands, the power to chart out a golden future for the nation.

Members of this unique generation of voters must ask themselves – Is there a better alternative to lead the nation than Modi?

Those rooting for Rahul Gandhi must rub the dirt out of their eyes. For someone who hasn’t tasted the testing waters of power, and who hasn’t held any position of responsibility in his insignificant little political career, Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister is a gamble the nation can’t afford.

Compared to Rahul Gandhi, whose party’s lasting obsession with sectarian vote-bank politics has continued to divide India, Modi’s political roadmap for India is based on and around holistic development.

Modi can be the Atlas India needs, carrying the nation on his able shoulders with his astute vision encouraging the youth to make their own place in the world.

Modi can win the confidence of a nation plagued by political despondency and may be the only one under whose leadership we may finally bring back our days of being the world’s Sone ki Chidiya.

Modi wins people over no matter where he goes. Love him or hate him, his surge is unstoppable.

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  • Pratap Ramachandra

    Modiji,
    You are the hope of young India Sir. MY sincere wish is that the BJP recognizes this fact and puts forward the right decision to make Modi as the prime ministerial candidate. Time to make amends for the injustice done to Shri Sardar Patel

    Go for it Modiji

    Pratap

  • Vinod

    Niti, I only wish u could reach non internet population as well and that too in masses. Tremendous job.

  • Garima Ahuja

    Brilliant Job – I agree with Vinod – these articles should have a larger reach!

  • BAPTY.S

    Mr Grover nice article ,except if i may say so there was LITTLE NEED TO USE THE WOED BABA RAHUL IN THIS ARTICLE COVERING THE GREAT SHRI NARENDRABHAI MODIJI.

    The word adulterates “SONE KI CHIDIYA”. BHARAT OUR DESH , THE YOUTH POWER OF YOUNG INDIA, LED BY SHRI MODIJI WOULD BE A DEADLY COMBINATION, IN YEARS TO COME BE IT MR OBAMA, OR XI JINPING TO BE MADE SOON PRESIDENT OF CHINA , OR DAVID CAMERON, OR ANGELA MERKEL, WILL ALL BESTOW TRUE & GREAT RESPECT TO OUR SHRI MODIJI & THE COUNTRY CALLED INDIA. THANK YOU.

  • Prateek sabharwal

    Completely agree with Vinod, this guy does a tremendous job. Have read most of his article and one word that comes to my mind is awesome. But your point for pro-modi has been tackled well by the famous historian Ramachandra guha in his article “The man who would rule India.” But still I will say you also have done a great job. I wish you could write for the masses who cannot access the internet.

  • http://www.leftbrainwave.com Dr. Seshadri Kumar

    The speech at SRCC was the best I have ever heard by an Indian politician in decades. Modi is the only politician in India today with a vision.

    I have translated the speech that Modi gave at SRCC into English, for the benefit of non-Hindi speakers. Language should not be a barrier and all Indians need to know about this visionary politicians. There are some states, like Tamil Nadu, where people understand little or no Hindi.

    I have also added a commentary on the speech. Please read the article and circulate the link widely so that it reaches as many people as possible:

    http://www.leftbrainwave.com/2013/02/great-modern-speeches-modi-at-srcc-feb.html

  • BAPTY.S

    Dr Seshadri Kumar has done a wonderful service to those who dont understand HINDI. Its truly great & nothing from the speech has been missed out barring suraaj.

    also many nice comments ,to which he has thanked them individually.

  • young Indian politicians

    Having understood the role of young voters and their level of understanding, crongress is rightly targeting this segment of voters

  • Paul

    We don’t need a new party, we need a new young Indian politicians who can bring a new system in the nation