Narendra Modi's winning in Gujarat has given an impetus to BJP, which is looking for an iconic figure to claim victory in the next national elections. Let's examine how Modi garnered the attention of the media.
Any ruling party is more susceptible to blunt criticism as its work always attracts critisism to fulfill the insatiable desire of people. You can't please all the people all the time, and this results in anti-incumbency votes for the ruiling government. Consequently, it affects the government agenda but even then Modi came out with flying colours.
Let us now look at the tactics per se that Modi adopted to seal this victory. The first was to tap thirty million young voters aged between 18 to 30, a massive vote bank that's worthwhile to be wooed to gain electoral victory for his party. Modi devised 3D Holographic recorded videos in which he looked majestic, and attracted all the age groups, and this enabled him to communicate his voice and future ideas to nearly ten million people - a feat and a virgin idea not envisaged by any of his political rivals.
He also managed to repose his faith in the young generation, which can no longer be swayed by false promises and a fabricated party agenda. Now, he is an iconic figure for his party for the next parliamentary elections. His roar has already reached Delhi - terrify his opponents.