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.
The commitment to multilateralism abroad and nationalism at home do not have to be mutually exclusive. Modi’s India is a case in point.
Why do populations for generations remain in the same class, irrespective of better lifestyles? Answer is quite simply in the manifestos of the 2 major Indian political parties this 2019 election season.
While there are numerous transformations initiatives that Modi has been able to manage, most of his plan needs to continue to be able to achieve the optimal objective in changing India & its people; and hence we must vote for Modi to take India forward.
Irrespective of intentions- no government or leader can be 100% perfect and there are always going to be hit and some misses.
In this election season being world’s largest democracy we need to understand what vote meant for voter not the nominated candidate.
This time it will not be Right vs Left but a kind of “Right lower class” vs “Left upper class”.