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Narendra Modi's charisma will prevail in Gujarat, further decimating the Congress
Whether you speak with an elderly or a young person, Modi is etched in their memories. For them, the name Modi itself is more than enough to support the BJP.

Some have issues, complaints with the BJP; however, they wouldn't stop lending their support to Modi. That's the aura, charisma of Modi in Gujarat. 

Barring a handful of propagandists, intellectually bankrupt opponents, including paid journalists, nobody ever had a doubt that the BJP wouldn't win the battle of Gujarat in the 2017 Assembly elections. Ground reports from across Gujarat depict a landslide victory for the incumbent BJP government in Gandhinagar under the leadership of Vijay Rupani.

Modi's aura remains intact           

Modi is invincible in India; his aura in Gujarat only strengthened his image as a visionary, dynamic Prime Minister of India. I've been to many constituencies across Gujarat, substantial amount of people lend absolute support to Modi's pristine government, people centric historic policies like Make in India, Startup India, Ujjawala, Skill India, GST and Demonetiation among others. 

"I'm in politics because of incredible Narendra Modi. He is inspiring millions of budding young politicians like me. I will try to follow the footsteps of the lion like PM Modi," said Kanubhai Karmsheebhai Koli Patel, a BJP candidate from the 40 Sanand constituency.    

Vikram Singh, an entrepreneur admires Modi for his bold and historic decisions. Singh says, "Nation needed courageous PM like Modi to rejuvenate the Indian economy and infuse people centric, entrepreneur centric policies. What's wrong in GST? One nation, one tax policy is going to uplift Indian economy in future."         

For Gopalbhai, a physically handicapped person from village Goraj, Sanand Modi is unparalleled; none of the current politician can match the vision, aura of Modi. It's true, some Gujaratis are not happy with the BJP, but we are proud of him.

Here, it's pertinent to mention, this election also proves, that the BJP can't win without Modi. It's high-time for the BJP to promote other leaders as a backup plan, future leaders. Modi can't win for you every time. Nation requires his services desperately more than excessive rallies?          

Congress' blunders 

Imposed Gandhi failed to read the writing on the wall, failed to connect with the Gujaratis, repeated blunders after blunders, causing irreparable damage to the Congress campaign. Corrupt, dynast Congress had a fantastic opportunity to trounce the BJP, encountering 22 years of incumbency. Probably, the Gandhi dynast is engulfed with a bunch of sycophants, not real political masters.            

Visit to temples                   

Rahul Gandhi broke all records in this Gujarat 2017 Assembly election to appease Hindu voters. What a shame? What hypocrisy of dynast Congress? I'm a proud Hindu, there are millions and billions like me, who worship, pay obeisance to Hindu deities. Hindus can't pardon the Congress for petitioning in the Hon'ble Supreme Court that Ram is a myth. Intellectually bankrupt Kapil Sibbal has been spearheading the campaign in the court. But suddenly now, the Congress needs the support of the same Hindus to win the election. The hypocrisy of Congress is clearly palpable.

History has records to embarrass the Congress further, Jawaharlal Nehru; the founder of Congress had tried to stall the renovation of the epic Somnath temple. Now, in the same temple, Rahul Gandhi is bowing his head to win the Gujarat Assembly election.

The "neech kisam ka aadmi" remark

Power starving Congress sycophants like Mani Shanker Aiyar called PM Modi "neech". A St Stephens' college passout, Trinity College, Cambridge-educated Mani is a former diplomat and cabinet minister. His abusing PM Modi, calling him "neech" was height of abuse by the Congress. Unbecoming remark only reflected Congress' desperation for power, since they have ruled India around 60 years like their father's property. "Neech" phrase delivered a body blow to the Congress. Modi isn't "neech". He is the pride of India. Modi used the abuse to connect with the Gujaratis. Even Modi's opponents criticised Mani for the intentional gaffe.  

Salman Nizami episode

Imposed Gandhi wanted to connect with the Muslims of Gujarat, however, he chose an anti-India traitor for the campaign. Salman Nizami is well acclaimed for his anti-India approach and love affair with Pakistan. Rahul This step too boomeranged.       

Massive win for the BJP 

Some political experts are calling the Gujarat elections as a litmus test for PM Modi. Massive turnout in both the phases of elections indicates Modi's charisma, which seems to be still ruling the hearts in Gujarat. Touching the 150 mark does not seem like a distant dream for the BJP now!                                                            

Except a few exit polls, almost all have predicted people's mandate for the BJP in Gujarat, clearly suggesting extension of exile for the dynast Congress for another five years in Modi's homeland though Congress' prince Rahul Gandhi tried all tricks in politics to woo voters.

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