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People need to ensure Modi Govt does not end up like Vajpayee Govt thereby giving power to corrupt Gandhis

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A common voice from the North East corner of India.

We elected Narendra Modi as Prime Minister in 2014 to get rid of the massive corruption, scam and loot committed by the then UPA government under Dr Manmohan Singh, remote controlled by Sonia Gandhi for 10 years. This UPA government was elected by dethroning the progressive NDA government under Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Even after performing well on the development front, building roads, improving the economy and even securing the country’s borders from terrorism exported by a hostile nation, Pakistan, Vajpayee government could not come back to power.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, in his six years tenure, revived the Indian economy after it faced derailment during the Congress government led by PM Narasimha Rao and then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh. It was Atal Bihari Vajpayee Govt which propelled Indian GDP growth at over 8 per cent.

After assuming office in 1998, Atal Bihari Vajpayee revived the almost dead & static Telecom Sector by opening it up to private players from the monopoly of the government-owned telecom companies which infused life in this moribund sector. The telecom sector that has flourished today and mobile phone reached to almost every person in India is a gift of Vajpayee’s telecom policy.

It requires no reminder that India’s most famous highway project was built by Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The Golden Quadrilateral, the North-South and the East-West Corridor were launched by him in 2001 to construct 4/6 lane highways between top four metro cities Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai & Kolkata and from Kanyakumari to Srinagar and Silchar to Porbandar. 

In 1998, Vajpayee Govt revisited Pokhran with five nuclear explosions to secure the country’s border and create deterrence against China and Pakistan which were amassing nuclear weapons at that time. Apart from defence, the Vajpayee government launched the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan to give a boost to school education and check to drop out rates which came down by 60% in just 5 years. Many of us still remember the inspiring video ad “School Chalen Hum” created to promote this scheme.

Even after all these achievements, the then Atal Bihari Vajpayee failed to come back to power and its “Shining India” failed to impress the common man which in turn handed over the power to Sonia Gandhi controlled UPA Govt. In ten years tenure, this UPA Govt scammed in almost every sector and segment. Corruption was all-time high. Public money was looted in lakhs of crores. And our nation earned a ‘most corrupt nation’ tag globally. 

Finally, people realized to replace this corrupt UPA Govt and bring someone honest and hardworking who had the vision to do something for the nation and take it forward towards development & progress. In 2014, Narendra Modi was elected for the top post. In his 4.5 years tenure, he has performed tremendously well in various front. His govt started from where Atal Bihari Vajpayee left. Not worrying for votes, Modi Govt took about 30 major decisions in just four years which any other government could not be able to do in 30 years & very tough decisions were taken like implementation of GST, Demonetization, Surgical Strikes, etc. and public welfare schemes like Pahal Yojna, Awas Yojna, Ayushman Bharat, Swachh Bharat etc. are brought in.

Sensing sure defeat to this hardworking & honest PM Modi, Congress has unleashed its tried and tested mischievous and poisonous weapon to dislodge Modi from the centre. To some extent, they have tasted success at the recently concluded Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh polls. 

Congress and its well-oiled Eco-system consisting the Left, the Urban Naxals, the Lutyen Media, the Congress-friendly Bollywood personalities, Youtubers, Stand up Comedians and the intellectuals are continuously spreading lies, brainwashing & instigating the common public using various tools and platforms to create divisions across the country on the basis of language, regional sentiments, caste, community, religion, etc. In every State, their agents have successfully organized riots, protests and mass rallies to engage the common man fight among each other. They have successfully diverted the attention from developments to local and narrow issues fueling emotional outbreaks among people. They are even encouraging Pro-Modi voters to cast their vote for NOTA which will directly help Congress. 

Congress has a history of ruling the country for 54 years without been away from power for more than five years consecutively. Only Atal Bihari Vajpayee could remain in power for 6 years  64 days. So remaining in power is an obsession for Congress party. They use every tricks and tactic to get hold of the Delhi’s chair. They can now go to any extent to remove PM Narendra Modi in 2019. They have been aggressively working towards its goal. They have created unrest in every state & spreading lies against Modi Govt. 

Congress President, Rahul Gandhi, bluntly lying to the country in the Rafale Deal. Even after the Hon’ble has Supreme Court cleared Modi Govt of any corruption charges in the Rafale Deal in a court-monitored probe, Rahul Gandhi has again levelled false allegation against PM Narendra Modi with his rhetoric lies “Chowkidaar Chor Hai”. Mr Gandhi who himself in on bail in the National Herald Scam shamelessly spreading lies, even rejecting the Supreme Court’s verdict. This shows how desperate Congress party and Rahul Gandhi are for power. Now it is up to the people of this country to decide whether they want to give Narendra Modi another chance or defeat him in 2019 like they did with former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 2004 and handed over the power to the corrupt Gandhi Family. 

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