The only party that values its karyakartas and give them ample opportunities is BJP and it is gleeful to see Tejaswi Surya, a karyakarta of the BJP, sitting in the parliament.
A man on bail when calls the born honest person Narendra Modi, the incarnation of integrity and probity in public life as chor, how Indians can forgive the dynast.
The “silent majority” loves democracy. They understand that their country needs them more on the day of voting than on the day when someone from the “loud minority” decided to vilify the state or their favourite leaders on social media.
The Indian voters are highly averse to coalition governments, especially while voting for General Elections. They prefer “Strong Leadership” over “Shared Leadership” at centre.
People know that a Modi-Shah duo can any day deliver better than Gathbandhan Sarkar. India has seen enough of this jod-tod drama and India of 2019 can probably see through much more than the oppositions were expecting them to see.
Victory of Modi is victory of truth, dharma, honesty, development centric governance, corruption and scam free governance, governance free of nepotism and dynastic politics, agenda of sab ka vikas, national security and in brief the victory is as same as the victory and arrival of Ram Rajya.