Dear THUGS of HINDUSTAN, stop thinking that the voters of this country are fools. People of India can be poor and illiterate, but certainly not fool.
The Big Lie strategy has all the hallmarks of a group of people who are inexperienced, at least in the Indian political milieu. Their approach is easy politically, grabs people’s attention, keeps the message simple and gets a lot of media attention.
Considering the precedence of correlation between Google Trends and election results, we are looking at Modi forming government in 2019 with full majority.
The rising popularity of BJP in North, West and East has forced Congress to rely heavily on UPA partners and other smaller regional parties for sake of a contest, resulting in a very small seat share for itself.
Mixing politics with religion is vote-bank politics; this could have dangerous repercussions.
No Prime Minister since 1947 has done so much like Narendra Modi to address unemployment and empower poor
Tamil Nadu is the first state that got maximum benefit of MUDRA but unfortunately the state is being misguided by DMK and its allies to oppose PM Modi with no substantive reason or fact.
Why BJP badly needs to increase its candidate familiarity index in Tamil Nadu first before any poll strategy
Looking closely at Sivaganga where the BJP is planning to contest this year with its star candidate H. Raja throws some light of why there is work to be done and every small effort to improve voter familiarity taken could turn out to be fruitful.