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UP elections and beyond
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Dear Editor,

This refers to your article “UP elections and beyond” (KT- March 15). It clearly shows that BJP has become a mass-based party with a charismatic leader. In Uttar Pradesh, the BJP has emerged the largest party with a clear winner, after 20 years.

The BJP is unique among India's political parties in that neither it nor its political predecessors were ever associated with the Congress. It is a now universally acknowledged that Modi is a good orator and he can keep his audience in thrall, glued to every word of his.He is the first PM who has popularity all over world for his excellent and dynamic presentation making India very stable despite too much opposition. No politician in the past 30 years has occupied the public's mind space as he has. Only performers have won the election. Mere criticism will not have desired effect if it is not substantiated.The message is very positive and peoples interest lies in the progress and not in un necessary protest and slogans.The Congress is surely losing its power base across the country, and for good reason. The decline and fall of the Congress is an arresting story written time and again; but this time the party is at the nadir of its influence in national politics. The Congress’s failure to project a suitable chief ministerial candidate in most of the elections must have harmed its prospects.On ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ BJP is making a deeper dent. India is completely changed in last 15 years and the new generation want development and an aggressive bold minded leader like Modi.

—Vinod C. Dixit,

B-15 Jyoti-kalash Society, Ahmedabad.


News Updated at : Friday, March 17, 2017
 
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