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56 Reasons why India should vote for BJP in 2019

A few days ago a Facebook post went viral in India. It contained a list of 56 reasons why one should not vote for the BJP in 2019. The title seems to be inspired by Netflix’s wildly popular series ’13 reasons why’. 13 has been substituted with 56 which is a possible reference to PM Modi’s ’56 inch ka seena’( seena is a Hindi word for “chest” ). The opinionated list is certifiably not an academic investigation, however, an insane resemblance of falsehoods, misleading statements, and creations. In any case, this is a free nation and everybody is allowed to express his/her conclusion.

Now, my cousin Abhishek Katoch, who studies and lives in Canada tagged me in that post. He’s a hardcore BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party is the ruling party in India) opposer and a Modi critic as well. I happen to support BJP and prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi. So as a response to that post, I have made my own list of 56 Reason why India should vote for BJP in 2019.

Disclaimer: I have tried to keep all my points up to mark, and I’ve researched various statistics and data on the internet and only included them in my post if they came from reliable sources. I’ve provided links to the trusted articles published on unbiased media houses like Huffington Post, BBC, Firstpost, Financial Express, Times of India and government agency stats of India as well as Switzerland to support my arguments. I’m trying to spread awareness, and hence the post holds its relevance.

So why don’t you grab a cup of tea/coffee before we get started!!!


1) GST: One nation one tax rate

The launch of a new nationwide Goods and Services Tax (GST) in July transformed India’s 29 states into one market with one tax rate. Some critics will not agree with me but hey, this happens to be the best policy of Modi Government. This is going to help Indian economy in a long run. GST  would subsume with a single comprehensive tax, bringing it all under a single umbrella, eliminating the cascading effect of taxes on the production and distribution prices of goods and services.


GST offers benefits to the government, the industry, as well as the citizens of India. The price of goods and services is expected to reduce under the new reform, while the economy will receive a healthy boost. It is also expected to make Indian products and services internationally competitive.

2. Jan Dhan Yojna 

Jan Dhan Yojana propelled by PM Modi has prompted in excess of 30 crore individuals joining the banking system, in excess of 18 crores of the said accounts have been opened in rustic/semi-urban zones meaning it has prevailed in its objective of profiting the last individual. It is the biggest financial inclusion initiative in the world.

3. Indian Economy on a boom

We are the fastest growing economy in the world and are expected to retain the position for the whole next decade. Thanks to all the economic reforms made by BJP led NDA government.


4.  Smart Move to not lower the fuel prices

The smart move to not lower the fuel prices helped our government retain the fastest economy in the world.  This helped the Indian economy at a time when countries like Russia, Taiwan, and Brazil are facing recession while China’s growth is at a 25-year low. You can read more about it here on Huffington post

5. Make in India

Make in India is like a seed which is going to give our country as it will reap in the future. Total FDI equity inflows rose 35% to $45.9bn (3,02,940 Crores INR) in the span of 13 months till December 2015. According to India’s Department for Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) investments in the automobile industry were up by 45% to $3.5bn, compared with $2.4bn a year earlier. It is creating jobs at a very fast pace.

6. Ujjwala Yojana 

Ujjwala Yojana is another project which aimed to help the economically weaker section of the society. More than 5 crore beneficiaries have been provided with LPG connection under this scheme. Many middles, as well as upper-middle-class families, left their subsidies to support this scheme.

7. Swatch Bharat Abhiyan( Clean India movement)


Swacch Bharat or Clean India which promoted clean streets and strived to make India open defecation free by providing toilets for every household is another project which has been highly successful. Over six crore toilets were built in rural areas.

8. Digital India 


Top CEOs from India and abroad committed to invest ₹224.5 lakh crore (US$3.1 trillion) towards this initiative. … Oracle plans to invest in 20 states and will work on payments and Smart city initiatives. Digital India is building a digital infrastructure for delivering citizen services. The infrastructure is open and companies are encouraged to use it. Depending on the nature of their business, companies can benefit from one or more digital India services.



Aadhaar program was launched with the main objective to provide universal identity to every Indian resident. People can now get the card with much ease as its acceptance as a mandatory document for various initiatives has been officially made. All government services and benefits can directly be availed using AADHAR and Jan Dhan bank account hence removing intermediaries and reducing corruption.

10. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Yojana( Protect and Educate Girl Child)


Looking at the brighter side the scheme actually worked and sex ratio has gone up from 856 to 957 in Cuddalore in Tamil Nadu, in Mansa, Punjab it has increased from 857 to 925. There has been an increasing trend in sex ratio at birth in a total of 104 districts. But sadly, India is a populous country and women are still not safe here. Let us hope for the best in the coming future.

11.  Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana( Permanent residence scheme)

With the mission of “Housing for All”, Government of India started the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). This aims to provide houses for all citizens of India until 2022.NDA government approved central aid of Rs 21,337 crore for this scheme. Read more about it

12.  The Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana( Crop insurance for farmers)


This is a government-backed insurance scheme which gives farmers, options to insure their crops on their own with the government subsidizing the premium, this has helped lakhs of farmers across India in various states.

13. Demonetisation 


Some people argue that demonetization was actually a failure of Modi government but still it has helped the government to track black money which was kept hidden by tax evaders and demonetization has helped it uncover the huge amount of unaccounted cash. It also promoted cashless India and helped to increase taxpaying community in India. You might argue that majority of currency which was banned came back into bank accounts, isn’t it? But this ultimately helped the government to track down the corruptionist and the work is still going. Read more about it here.

14. Tax revenue

Tax collection is the important revenue stream for any government. With robust tax revenues, a government can implement welfare programmes and infrastructure projects that benefit people. During the four years of the NDA government, the average gross tax revenue stood at Rs 15.91 lakh crore per year, as against Rs 8.36 lakh crore during UPA II and Rs 4.35 lakh crore during the first four years of UPA I.

15.  FDI inflows


Foreign direct investment (FDI) poured into the country under the NDA regime. During the four years of the Modi government, the country received a record average $52.2 billion in FDI annually, as compared to $38.4 billion under UPA II and $18.2 billion under UPA I. The various reforms initiated by the Modi government have been rewarded by record FDI inflows.

16. Surgical Strike


Surgical strikes conducted on Pakistani soil by the Indian Army was a bold move which proved that PM Modi led central government has dealt with Pakistan in the right way. India had faced countless attacks from Pakistan during the Congress era, a surgical strike by the Indian Army which had the backing of the central government was necessary. This gave a strong message that India is serious and strict about its defense policies

17. Reduced terrorist attacks.

Apart from Pathankot attack which was on a military base the strong policies and full support for decision making given to the military, there has been no major terrorist attack on civilian cities in India. Although there have been attacks on borders with Pakistan in Kashmir taking away lives of many military personals and civilians too.

A perusal of the data by the Ministry of Home Affairs shows that there were as many as 19 incidents of terrorist attacks in the hinterlands between 2009 and 2014. While four such attacks took place from 2015—Gurdaspur (2015), Kokrajhar attacks in 2016 and Bhopal-Ujjain passenger train bombing and Amarnath yatra attack in 2017.

18. Surgical Strike in Myanmar

Another surgical strike by the Indian Army happened in Myanmar where the Indian soldiers attacked the rebel groups by crossing Myanmar border. It sent a message that India was no longer going to take orders with folded hands but was ready to fight back.

19. Modernisation of Indian Army 

The Indian Army has been modernized and provided with better arms and ammunition, important objects such as bulletproof jackets. The country’s defense budget rose by 5.89 percent to $46.16 billion, against $43.59 billion in the previous year.


20. Per Capita GDP increased drastically

The per capita GDP rose significantly under the current NDA regime. It averaged out at Rs 91,153 at factor cost and Rs 1,12,556 at current market prices. It was almost half those amounts under both the UPA II and UPA I regimes.

21. Lower Inflation

Modi government has successfully achieved a lower inflation rate hence the price of goods are in control. The average CPI inflation stood at 3.58 percent in FY18 which lowest in the past decade.

22. RERA

Housing was one of the major problems in the country. The sector was largely unregulated and was an avenue to turn black money into white. Property prices in Indian cities were comparable to that of London and New York due to this. RERA is gradually improving the real estate sector and housing has become affordable since the last two or three years.

23. Ease of Doing Business


The monetary changes by Modi government enhanced the simplicity of working together positioning of the nation to in excess of 30 positions over the most recent four years. The simplicity of working together is a vital marker utilized by remote speculators and organizations to choose whether to enter into a nation to work together or not.

24. Shell firms crackdown

This move is going to help curb ‘only-on-paper’ firms which are used for malicious activities and money laundering. Read more about it here on financial express.

25. The National Register of Citizens draft in Assam

Another achievement of the NDA, the NRC aims to weed out the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants from the state. NRC draft had been promised by the UPA but was never carried out by them. It took PM Modi to give the go-ahead to the draft.

26. Expenditure on Education

The expenditure on education during the UPA government was Rs. 65,867 crore, which has increased to Rs. 79,868 crore in the regime of NDA in 2017-18.
During UPA government’s regime (2013-14) the numbers of total universities in the country were 723 which have increased to 799 in the NDA regime (2016-17), which means during NDA regime 76 new universities have been established.

27.  Health Sector

In the year 2013-14, the UPA government used to spend just 1.2% of GDP on wellbeing, which has been expanded to 1.4% out of 2016-17. The NDA Government has made an arrangement of Rs. 48,878 crore for the wellbeing part for the year 2017-18, which was Rs. 37,330 crore in the year 2013-14.

The present government has pronounced another National Health Policy in 2017 under which it means to expand the normal age from 67.5 years to 70 years by 2025, with an objective of 2.5% of GDP on social insurance.

28. Industrial Development

Modi government performed better than UPA 2 in industrial as well as service sector and was par in the agricultural department.

29. Reduced Railway accidents


Railway accidents have been at an all-time low and the efficiency with which railways function has drastically improved. Read more about it here

30. Manning of railway crossing and track renewal

“There are 27,181 level crossings in India of which 19,480 are manned and 7,701 are unmanned. Planning has been made to eliminate unmanned level crossings along broad gauge tracks by 2020,” the official said.

The allocation of fund for track renewal has been almost doubled from the last five years average of Rs 5,548 crore to Rs 9,961 crore in the Budget Estimate of 2017-18.

31. Clean Railway stations, clean drinking water, and high-speed wi-fi.


Go and have a look at your city’s railway station. You’ll find that platforms are now being kept clean and you’ll find water stations with clean water. High- speed wi-fi is always a delight.

32. Catering at IRCTC 


India Railways catering has seen a big improvement, and action is taken if the food served to passengers on-board is not up to the mark.

33. Mass Electrification

The massive electrification drive started by PM Modi has made electricity available to all villages of India, 100% electrification of India is not just a dream anymore but is now a reality which is benefiting the last person in the Indian society.

34. Startup India

Startup India is an initiative of the Government of India.

The campaign was first announced by Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi during his 15 August 2015 address from the Red Fort, in New Delhi. The action plan of this initiative is based on the following three pillars:

  1. Simplification and Handholding.
  2. Funding Support and Incentives.
  3. Industry-Academia Partnership and Incubation.

35. Highway construction


When it comes to construction of national highways, the Modi government has built 28,531 km of national highways in its four years since 2014-15, which is 73 percent more against the 16,505 km achieved by the Manmohan Singh government in four years till 2013-14. The rate of highway construction touched almost 27 km per day in the period of April to June this year, as against 25 km per day in the same period last year. Read the full story here.

36. Triple Talaq bill

The bill will help Muslim women. Read more about it here

37. Air connectivity

Air connectivity has improved a lot mainly because of UDAAN scheme. According to the data, Indian airlines carried more than 12 crore passengers in the fiscal year 2017-18 against 6.1 crore passengers in the fiscal year of 2013-14. The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the number of passengers is a whopping 19 percent. Under the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) launched in April 2017, the government is working to make air travel affordable and increase the connectivity in tier two and tier three cities of the country. As many as 43 cities are expected to get regular connectivity under this new scheme and a dozen airports where limited but irregular flights operate will be connected

38. Eastern Peripheral Expressway

Completed in a record time of about 500 days against the scheduled target of 910 days and it is also a fully access-controlled six-lane expressway. This project has generated employment opportunities of about 50 lakh man-days.

39. Relations with Israel


Narendra Modi became the first PM of India to visit Israel where he made many key agreements in the areas of defense, agriculture, technology, and also by-passed Ramallah. The visit is said as “historic” in India- Israel relations.

40. Khelo India


Heavy campaigning and funding for promoting sports in India. The result is our good performance in Asian Games 2018. Read more about it on firstpost  here

41. Sushma Swaraj’s good foreign policy

Exemplary Social media presence of Ministry of External Affairs. Just one tweet and the ministry is there to help out the Indians who are in distress at any place on the globe.

42. India and Canada


Canada has always been our ally but their prime minister Justin Trudeau who’s believed to be a Khalistani sympathizer was given a royal snub by prime minister Modi which gave a global message that India will not compromise when it comes to its security and indigenousness.

43. A strong stance on Naxalism

Incidents of left-wing extremism have declined by 60% from 2,258 in 2009 to 908 in 2017. Casualties among security forces have declined by 53-55%. The geographical expanse of LWE-affected areas has also decreased by 40-45%. Read more about it here

44. Transparent E- coal auctions

The Narendra Modi government deserves credit for moving on a war footing to clean up the Coalgate mess with the successful e-auction of mines and taking the initiative to revive the country’s energy sector with quick decision-making, replacing the policy paralysis of the erstwhile UPA government.

Figures released by Coal Secretary Anil Swarup show that the proceeds from the sale of 32 mines in the coal block e-auctions have crossed Rs 2 lakh crore.

45. No Corruption at Central level

No major scam came into light in Modi government’s 4-year tenure, which indicates that the government was successful in providing a corruption-free government at least at the central level. Nonetheless, corruption is still a  major problem at lower tier of the system. But unlike UPA’s government, no major scam came into the picture. Guys are honest and transparent, that’s a general reputation.

46. Direct transfer of subsidies 

Direct transfer of subsidies has also succeeded in hacking away at the corruption which existed in the country. The subsidies are finally reaching the people they were meant for rather than filling the pockets of some government official.

47.  Delhi-Meerut Expressway

Delhi-Meerut Expressway, stretching from Nizamuddin Bridge to Delhi UP Border completed in record time of 18 months at a cost of about Rs 841.50 crore. It includes a 6-lane Expressway and 4+4 Service lanes, i.e. 14-lane facility from Nizamuddin Bridge in Delhi to UP Border. This is the first National Highway in the country with 14 lanes.

48. Smart Cities 


Government plans to upgrade and build 100 new smart cities across India which will have world-class infrastructure and smart ways of generating power and transportation. Although the work is still in progress and there are some hurdles which needed to be resolved to get it moving quickly.

49. Bullet Trains 

The country’s first bullet train is likely to start running between Mumbai and Ahmedabad by the end of 2022. The 508-km, high-speed train corridor is being built with Japanese assistance. This work has already started and you can get more lead on this here

50. Reduced black money in Swiss bank

Indian money in Swiss banks has come down by 80 percent under Modi Government contrary to media reports of it increasing by 50 percent. You can read the Swiss government’s original statistics here 

51. What about the black money in 100 days?

 Well, this question too has an answer. India and Switzerland inked the pact for implementation of AEOI last November. Now the exchange of information should start anywhere from 2019. Read it here

52. Relations with the US

Modi helped strengthened US-India relationship- PM Modi invited Barack Obama to be the Chief Guest at India’s Republic Day parade in January 2015. The new American president Donald Trump continued to improve ties with India and has also heavily cut down on the amount of aid offered to Pakistan by the USA.

53. Operation Rahat

Operation Raahat was an operation of the Indian Armed Forces to evacuate Indian citizens and foreign nationals from Yemen during the 2015 military intervention by Saudi Arabia and its allies in that country during the Yemeni Crisis. The evacuation by sea started on 1 April 2015 from Aden port.

54. Skill India

Under this scheme over 30%, skilled workers got jobs and the trend increased from over 3.5 lakh people in FY17 to nearly 16 lakh people in FY18.

55. Modi is popular around the world


Modi was recently ranked 3rd most popular leader in the whole world. Read about it here

56. Modi still popular at home


A recent survey said that 57% of people who voted for Modi in 2014 are satisfied with his work and he is still the most popular candidate for PM for elections next year. Here’s the survey.

Thank you for the read and do share this post with more people.

-Abhishek Pathania.


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60 thoughts on “56 Reasons why India should vote for BJP in 2019

  1. Hey,Nice write up but don’t you think we need to upgrade our railways rather introduction of bullet train is bit of extravagant expense. As our Indian railways requires more modernisation , security and cleanliness.

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    1. Thank you for the read😄
      Yes, you’re right to some extent but the counter theory states that we’re getting bullet trains from Japan at relatively lesser cost than projected. Bullet trains will help to boost our economy. Indian Railway which clocks just above 50km/hr looks medieval and would definitely hamper our economy at a time we are aiming to become world’s third largest economy after the USA and China .

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  2. Good extensive coverage…
    What about Job creation? Who is responsible for failure of Demonetization? What long term benefit surgical strike gave, today also terrorist beheads our soldiers.? What about Kashmir? What about Ram temple? What happened to neighborhood first policies as Maldives and Nepal are farthest from us ?

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    1. India is a vast country Abhay and we can’t expect all our problems to get vanished so quickly. Yes, I agree with your highlighted points and they need addressal soon. But still the government has delivered and have built a strong base for upcoming future. Flaws can be overcomed over time.
      Thank you for stopping by and giving it a read. Much appreciated .😃


    1. The problem with our system is that it helps the corrupt and unethical leaders to rise the leaders of success, and thus refrains our country’s growth. I believe most of the upper tier ministers of BJP are honest but same cannot be said for the ground level ones. So to fix such loopholes we need to reframe our democratic structure to make it spool proof. It’s going to be a tough nut, as those so called “people representatives” want to enjoy their political liberty, exploiting the commoners at the same time. Political reforms in recent years by BJP has shown some lead but still it’s a long way to go.
      Btw thanks for stopping by and giving the post a read. Your views are much appreciated 😃

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      1. It is a process that developing countries go through.In today’s speedy world these long-term changes seem very slow to us.We can only hope to see a perfect future in our lifetime.
        Thanks to you too! For writing important political posts 🙂
        People are hesitant to share their political views sometimes.

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  3. Abhishek, My opinion , Whether he will win or he should win is a different story… But what ever it is , he shouldn’t win in a individual majority … That’s absolutely not SAFE for the country.. when the power is centralized towards one person..danger of making any decisions based on his needs can be easy… I personally think it is NOT safe for the people…BJP should loose considerable amount of seats in 2019.. The interesting twist in the story was no powerful enemy for him itself will make him a PM for next 5 years. ..So obviously his chances are more… By the way I m not a supporter of Modi… But I liked your write up.. 👍 , Thumbs up for you not for Modi 😂😂😂

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    1. Nice perspective csprasath! I agree with you that centralized power is a bit dangerous, but look sometime it happens that due to inefficient majority government becomes incapable to make strong revolutions. Our country needs the political filth to get cleaned, and thus we need stronger determination which can come from a resolute power at the center.

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your honest and genuine views. Much appreciated.
      – Abhishek

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  4. Everything seems to be perfect but only in writing… reality is different but as you said independent India and independent opinion
    So anybody can put their opinions..
    I don’t support any political party but whenever I saw supporters like you, i don’t understand why you guys support failures of BjP as well…
    Bhai Modi ji apna speech sunenge 2014 Ka to khud ko vote nhi denge😂

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    1. First of all thanks for your keen interest Murshid.
      India is such a vast country with infinite problems, and upon that our political structure is weak, filled with filth all over. Even if one tries to do something good its effect is vanished because of the corrupt politicians and civil servants sitting at lower tier.
      In my opinion, the poltical reforms taken by this government have tried to remove the widespread corruption by digitalizing most of the processes, which we might not experience the effect yet, but, surely it will reap benefits in future. Transparency is the key.

      I don’t have a problem with Congress or Rahul Gandhi but the thing is the ideology and vision . He says that he’ll run government for poor and the farmers but he never mention how’s he going to fund those welfare activities. He doesn’t reveals his plans for how’s he going to repay the debts of farmers, neither he tells how he’s going to lower the fuel prices. You see his government lowered the fuel prices in 2013-14 by providing subsidy using oil bonds which in turn created a huge amount of debt on the country. Present government recently repaid it back.
      If you look at the effect of GST and demonetisation, it has almost doubled the tax collection in India. This tax will be utilized for development of infrastructure and development projects. So the thing is our country has lots of problems and its a shame if we expect all of them to get vanished so quickly. The process will take time and initiatives are surely leading us to a bright path.

      Thanks for putting forward your views. Much appreciated.

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      1. Bhai some moves are okay but your post is totally biased according to I earlier told you m not the supporter of any political parties ,,I just support who do authentic work..
        If somebody is trying to raise voice against BJP with proof then BJP letting them down for e.g punya prashun , abhishar Sharma etc..
        Mob Lynching is continuously happening in the name of cow and love jihaad, riots is also happening,
        Economically we are going good but socially not.. instead of spreading peace and harmony , bjpians are spreading hate n hate,
        Government has lots of plan and you also mentioned it in your post but you should also check the success rate of every program,,
        You mentioned Modi ji is globally famous that’s why we should vote BJP , don’t you think it’s not a proper reason, do you?

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      2. Yes bro. This post may feel like biased as it’s quite long and I have worked long hours researching and writing it.
        Most Media houses and people in India cannot be trusted as they switch sides according to their priorities and needs.
        You mentioned that there are lots of plans and I should check the success rates as well. Well, I’ve clearly added links to all those progress charts where ever they were necessary. I tried to link more articles which came from global media, which definitely doesn’t work on biased opinions.
        Yes, criticism in democracy is always necessary, it keeps a check on ruling party. No doubt mob lynching is a hideous crime and should stop but most of the cases turns out to be fake just to fuel up polarization and unethical agendas. Bjp people are heard to be involved in such crimes and it might be true, but I support our central leadership. Filth is there in every party, Bjp is no exception.
        Talking about Mr. Modi’s popularity. There’s nothing wrong if Modi is favoured globally, is there?
        If India wants to stand level with world, emerge as a superpower, don’t you think we need a global kind of leader whom world wants to listen, want to look up to? His work has shown dynamism and his decisions are his own, that’s why he’s popular globally.

        Lastly, I truly value your opinion and at the end of the day we all want our nation to grow culturally as well as economically. Country might want a change in 2024 , but in 2019, BJP deserves a second run.

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      3. Bhai there are lot of things that we can debate on it… Cdand I want to discuss about it but really don’t have time for it..what I believe if you are able to do something best then doesn’t matter who runs the government you won’t be affected more..

        By visiting more than 70 countries and spending 1500 crore,, any prime minister can be famous,
        GST is fine bcoz I know the benefit of GST but that was our Modi ji who was against of GST in 2013 when Congress was trying to implement..

        Skill India was a perfect initiative but i checked it on Google and found its totally failed program

        I’ll also check every thing that you mentioned when I’ll get the time


  5. Omg!!!!!!! It’s such an effective post!!!!!! Just Perfect!!! The way you summarised everything!!! It was amazing👏👏👏👏👏👏👏
    Hatts off!!!👍👍👍
    I can’t see a way to repost !! Btw I want to so badly!!! It’s worthy read!!!! Great Job!!

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  6. I am not gonna write much here..They have done some good works, people appreciate that. What you would like to say about, Mob lynching, Ghr Waapsi, Cow Vigilante , Love jihad, name changing policy. You might say, they are responsible for that. But if you would be honest with yourself and will do a research on that then you will know that BJP and their leaders are directly or indirectly involved in this. There are tons of this goin on in our country. You are showing what new “Yojna” they just bring out. What we got after demonetization, has India become clean after Swachch Bharat Abhiyan, I even didn’t see your 56 reason. Whether you accept it or not but they are doing the politics of hate, they are dividing us.


    1. Hello,
      I won’t argue with you about your concerned issues rather I’ll tell you my personal case. I live in Bharuch, Gujarat and I’ll tell you something about my surroundings. Bharuch district has a dominant Muslim population among whole Gujarat but you see there has been no riot or mishappening which violated the peace of the state. Here we all live in perfect harmony utilizing all public services like schools, hospitals, and gardens without any discrimination. The street in which I live has many youths who did their engineering or higher degree recently and the point is none of them are unemployed. Now talking about illiterate people, there’s a place not far away from my home where illiterate public gather every day looking for work like gardening, construction labor, and house painting. You know what that place gets crowded at 8 in the morning and get empties by 9 o clock. I enquired one time about their wages and I got to know that their wages per day range from 400-700 Rs per 8 hours of work a day. Pretty decent. I don’t know why Swach Bharat is not working at your place but at mine, there is a door to door garbage collection scheme, streets are cleaned almost every day, the railway station is cleaner than never before. Gujarat is a business class society and I interacted with a shopkeeper and asked him about GST. He said ” GST ke ane ke baad business krne me maza aa raha hai. Koi bhi dusra shopkeeper ab apni marzi se bhav nhi bada sakta. Sabko fair chance mil raha hai ab market me!”
      At last, I can point much more development which actually was done on the ground. I know people here are happy and that’s the real Gujarat Model which our Prime Minister aims to implement in PAN India. Do you think it will be implemented in just 4 years considering the size of our population and our system which wasn’t even transparent?
      I believe in Modi because he’s a visionary and has bigger plans for our country. He’s a selfless person who has no family to keep. Look at his mother and brother, they still live a life of a common man in Gandhinagar.
      I hope you get my point. I’ve faith in Mr. Modi and about Rahul Gandhi I’ve written my views on the above comment.
      Thank You


      1. Did you watch Mr.Obama’s speech, he would still be the POTUS, he only obliged to some kind of US Law which states that a president can only have 2 consecutive terms or something like that… I have a vague memory, if Obama would have contested for the 3 time. Trump or Hillary Clinton would look like ants infornt of him. It is clear that Russia was behind the hackings otherwise only a fool will vote for Trump. Everyone is aware of the literacy rate of US…

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      2. Dude, it wouldn’t have mattered whom you put against Trump. It was a year for cleaning house and picking a new guard. The people were sick of the status quo. The swing of Obama voters to Mr. Trump proved a decisive factor in the 2016 presidential election. Of the more than 650 counties that chose Mr. Obama twice, about a third flipped to Mr. Trump. You know there was a mere difference of 40,000 votes between the democrats and republicans in many states. Obama was a gentleman and under his leadership they revived their economy, bought in the biggest health care scheme “Obamacare” and even busted Osama bin laden. Still, after 2012 his governance wasn’t upto the mark. He failed in job creation, was unable to tackle ISIS and had to withdraw troops from Afghanistan without any subsequent improvement with the Talibanis. All these factor along with “not so popular ” Hillary led to the defeat of Democrats. Email hacking was like an icing on the cake, however the Kremlin denies all those allegations.


      3. Can you tell me one thing that he has done right after he became the President? FBI is the best in the world,if they are telling that Russia is behind the hacking. They don’t speak without any reason… It is okay abhishek that you like change but I can’t change your perspective. If US wanted the change many better candidates were available other than Trump…

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  7. You have only used statistical data and not much emphasis is provided to the reality. First of all, I can easily prove you wrong but I am amazed that you only view the outer part rather getting to the inner thing. Statistical data has very less accuracy and can easily be altered, nobody will actually be able to tell the difference. It is clear that you feel that something is done by the BJP govt.

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  8. Great points raised by you and making a good distinction between parties for whom to vote and whom not ! Well explained points where people still needs a good explanation on the changes made for their benefit. No one is perfect, being a voter definitely will vote who is a good leader and not to an individual party. With lots of good work done by bjp only improvement they have to do is learn the mistakes done by them alone with the similar mistakes repeated by them as done by other parties too, which lead them taste the flavour of defeat in few states.
    Definitely a 2nd term is need by bjp to make a better India and wish a little arrogance and stubbornness in their working environment is stabilised.

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