Yes the leader in question here is none other than Narendra Modi addressing "Bharat Vijay" rally in, Uttar Pradesh. Thousands fell silent as his softly spoken words slowly clamored down from the dais into the hearts and minds of millions of Indians who stood still listening to him totally spell bounded just as they were watching the latest pot-boiler from Bollywood. Nevertheless, some political parties listened to him just as the sheep stands still facing and listening to the growling Tiger before it pounces on it and finishing its life once and for all.
‘Modism’ as many have now started calling his vision for a greater India of tomorrow is in fact an original thought process right from the heart of the great man. This is what makes him so desirable to the Indian public. In fact, many of his speeches contain tidbits in extempore of his heartfelt thoughts forming populist words for the masses who just enjoy listening to them. Magic of Modism is here to stay.
Today in the darkest days of Indian politics people are striving and struggling to look for a dependable face, which can steer our nation back on the right track of development, military steadfastness and a corruption free ethical political framework. People are looking for an end to corruption of every type and degree to save the nation and are willing to take any risk by electing who so ever promises ‘Ram Rajya’ even if the person is a Maoist masquerading as a gentleman.
Mr. Modi somehow has managed to become that face which the people so blindly and desperately were looking for and BJP in fact had saved itself from certain doom by choosing him as their prime ministerial candidate or the current prime minister. Today is of backward communities and tomorrow no doubt would also be there’s and definitely they would decide India’s political future in the near term.
Their development and rise certainly would be our nations rise and whichever political party promises their development is here to stay. Mr. Modi has in all actuality played politics of tomorrow today by declaring himself a leader belonging to no particular caste. He has made sure that his and his political parties golden future was here forever under his leadership.
He has successfully played his caste card as per the Congress and has somehow managed to win the support of all the castes in the country though a little late but still potentially changing the Dynamics of elections in our nations electorate. One can certainly not refrain from comparing him with the steely Martin Luther King - the bastion of the black movement who strode the difficult path of a racist America in its yesteryears to get justice and equality for the millions of the exploited, apartheid, racist and weak black Americans.
Mr. Modi’s attack on the high and mighty in cities and his strong belief in the nation’s youth above caste, creed and religion based politics evokes a strong sense of leadership qualities as seen in the great Black leader of yesteryears.
Mr. Modi’s Charisma as a leader and a strong political opponent can be gauged from the relentless and vehement attacks on this tea vendor from a humble abode with still humbler antecedents by mostly all the major political party leaders before elections. No matter what, a new nationalist leader can be seen rising on the Indian political horizon that will change the way Indian politics is played and will give more than a run for money to many local parties of both national and international credence.
Today its great and heartening to see such a leader working relentlessly day and night to meet all his promises to the people. His election of lean and mean mistral force, His 100 day agenda, his orders to keep family out of political offices, his lean spending philosophy and the best is his dictate to the IAS, IPS and IFS to perform and deliver with accountability fixed has made me his fan and many others like me too consider him his ideal.
His 24 hour accessibility to the senior most officials across ministries, his political antiquates are just fantastic, the way he met the prime minister, his Internationally acclaimed swearing in ceremony and diplomacy involving our neighbors.
His meeting with Odisha and Tamil leaders to garner support is a trait of excellent and matured politics. His guts in tackling article 370 and uniform civil code has won many hearts all over the country. His humility in removing his ‘Jeevni’ from textbooks makes him stand out in the political crowd.
I think that today we are in good hands and surely good days are here to stay.