If you are following Narendra Modi's career and speeches ever since he came to power after defeating veteran senior Jan Sangh politician Kehsu Bhai Patel, you could detect these strident streaks without efforts. His diatribe during the banishment of Keshu Bhai, his rustic persona, which wore sophistication with years and his haughty repulsive political style have all the copy-cat vicarious expressions of Hitler’s style of functioning.
He has refused to accept the killing of thousands of innocents. He never minces his words when it comes to making comments about the Nehru Family. He denigrated Rajiv Gandhi in unkind words and mocks Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi with a snigger that doesn’t behove a politician.
Most of his data of Gujarat’s lopsided prosperity had been proved exaggerated and often false. His ministers and main acolytes are either in Jail or under cloud. He had been and still he is a persona-non-Grata in various countries. Many Indian states in the past had refused to allow his entry for election campaign and he had miserably failed in helping to win the BJP wherever he went for canvassing.
Still his anti-Muslim record has been utilized by RSS as a ‘Open Seasome” card for the coming Lok Sabha election gate entry. His own colleagues in his party complain against his political flatulence, his over-statement, his hubris and lack of team spirit.
Politics had never been brought to such low level of verbal depravity as his frequent harangues facilitated. His so often used words like Saltanat, Mian and camouflaging words were indirect threats to already crest-fallen Muslim community of Gujarat. These theatrics recreates the Nazi Propaganda strategies that lead him to Munich Throne.
Narendra Modi’s journey through the blood drenched streets of Naroda Patia and inferno of Gulbarga Society reminds the Paganic War Heros with their war trophies tucked to their chariots. He wrote one of the darkest chapters of Indian History where the State Administration connived with Mouaraders. There had been and there are recent examples as well of riots and carnages but they are not similar in nature of Gujarat. States always took the responsibility, controlled and expressed their regrets. Modi promoted the very culprits and is still using them for his own ascendance.
Now compare him with Rahul Gandhi. What does Rahul Stand for? He is not the wind-bag of Modi’s pitch; He is not garrulous like NaMo; he doesn’t blow his own trumpet; he doesn’t show disrespect to the dead leaders whom the world respect; he shows respect to senior leaders whether it was Advani Ji or Atal Ji. He has a gentle and value based upbringing; he never boast his pedigree; he never makes boisterous statements; he never crosses the line of decency.
He avoids limelight as much as he could; he always works at the grass root level; he sleeps in the cottages of socially and economically lowest sections of society; he doesn’t chase the billionaire economic Lords and he communicates with equal respect with his party workers. He has set new standards of a clean image and measurement of political acumen for Ticket Aspirants, which BJP is trying to duplicate.
He is changing the rules of the game of politics that will strike a chord with simple Indian masses who are tired of Narendra Modi’s political pyro-techniques, bombasitc declarations and empty rhetoric. Rahul Gandhi will ultimately puncture the much hyped and inflated balloon of RSS blue eyed boy – NaMo.