The contribution of Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh in mentoring and preparing leaders for tomorrow is remarkable. Associated with the RSS since his college days and ABVP in 1983, Mr. Shah must have realized the expectations of the Sangh Pariwar as well as the BJP, wherein he came into the picture in 1986.
Certainly, the leaders who have served RSS in the past have a much clearer and more progressive mindset owing to the fact that real groundwork and extensive know-how of the organizational structure teaches a lot. Those who relate themselves with the morals and views of the BJP can feel much relaxed as the new President is a graduate and a proven leader.
Now, is the coming in of Mr. Shah an alarming state for the Congress? We have heard many senior Congress leaders silently crossing the borderline and disseminating views on the failure of Mr. Rahul Gandhi in leading the party ever since he has been bestowed upon with this responsibility. BJP has sent across an exact message in the public that those who are accepted by the mass will be the ones serving them.
Promotions based on performance and not on person?s hold within the group has now become the deciding factor. And we can expect the leader who united the general public of U.P. to manage and bring together BJP leaders uncomplicatedly.
Many are alleging the decades old relationship of Mr. Modi and Mr. Shah as the prime factor for this selection. Remember, a leader is the one who can comprehend the nerves of the mass, can unite the group with nil differences, can fetch outcomes rather than just promising, and above all, has the unmatched ability to bring in all-inclusive betterment. For Mr. Shah, the challenge has just begun.
Upcoming elections in Maharashtra, Haryana, and Jharkhand are the foremost hurdles to be crossed resourcefully. Plus, BJP?s hold in the state of UP, Bihar, Gujarat, and other constituencies will not just have to be upheld, rather has to be heightened.
Lastly, with the Mr. Modi-led government at the center, which assures a thriving future and with Mr. Shah-led BJP, Indians can expect positive political restructuring, while the BJP can anticipate all new equations in states with limited presence.