Thursday, 22nd February, 2018

Modi is insuperable

12, May 2017 By shakeel ahmad

KANPUR: The Bahubali of Indian politics is Narendra Modi. Kejriwal, Mayawati, Akhilesh, Rahul and even a few others appeared smaller before him in political expertise. His tactics are comparatively different from them. His political skills are invincible. What Harish Rawat, ex-chief minister of Uttarakhand has claimed recently also approved this apparent adjective. The Congress leader said of Modi as the kindest daata (provider) after Lord Shiva. This is the highest respect for a political personality in modern India. None has been equalled in such a glowing word. Even our father of the nation Gandhiji was not bestowed with such a higher prominence. His Bapu and Mahatma titles do not equal to the latest extraordinarily divine image given to the present prime minister of the country.

Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru was more prominently famous as Chacha Nehru and Indira Gandhi remained popular as the Iron lady in the country’s political field. But they were certainly not attributed with such dignified term. Modi has surpassed admiration and reverence of all the preceding politicians. His marvellous success as a politician kept him above all the popular leaders and brought him to the level of divinity. Some of us call it even more than the personality cult. What has been described by Rawat holds enough assessment for the most popular BJP leader like Modi. His comment was expressed in whatever conditions cannot be lessened in the present-day political parlance.

Every political leader before Modi feels the stature of Modi. Undeniably, no political party is devoid of the blemishes but the BJP under command of Modi is an efficient party. No politician is as straightforward as Mod is. Politics ultimately corrupts and Modi knows how to sail through all the problems and troubles. Who is really Harish Chandra of Indian politics? Everything is not revealed in the politics but the very exposures of the opposite political parties seemed to have spoiled them badly. When worse things pop up there is tumult on the large scale as was experienced with the AAP and the BSP. Its latest bribery exposures have let them relatively feel intense pain. Though strong denials were pouring in but the people were made to be acquainted with various charges.

Obviously, it is not the first time the Aam Aadmi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party have come under severe corruption criticism. The political pace advances with its own peculiar way. The BJP is confident, the Congress is self-assured, the Samajwadi Party is broken, and the BSP is entangled into its own engineering while the Aam Aadmi Party struggles hard to bring back its lost tempo. The political growth of Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India is reaching its crescendo. The cleanliness drive in Modi Yug is the best yoga of the time. He is making India like Japan but not following China. So long as the habit of cleanliness is not attained, we would not be called truly a progressive people. Dirtier India and cleaner India persist here when we go through the reports. Why are we faltering in preserving clean surroundings? Cleanliness is the scourge of art, said by Craig Brown.