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When will BJP's slogan 'Achhe Din Aane Wale Hain' come true?
Narendera Modi, the Indian Prime Minister, had used the expression ? "Achhe Din Aane Wale Hain"- and a poll slogan followed, Achhe Din Aayen Ge, Achhe Din Aa Rahe Hain. Even borrowing from Narendra Modi?s phraseology, Pakistan said "Achhe Din Aa Rahe Hain"- Good days are coming, for bilateral ties with India and expressed hope for the resumption of talks between the two neighbours.
India has seen a revolution, which has completely changed the face of Indian politics. The downfall of the Congress, which was thought to be impossible, has occurred and left the political class with crossed fingers. Beyond the scams and scandals, Congress took Indians for a ride during their tenure of five years.  

In fact, the political success lies in being able to understand, learn from and correct errors made in the past, harness the power of the present and make reliable, rational estimates for future development and growth. 

Poll
Is the Modi Govt's "Acche Din" promise coming true?
Yes :
83.33 %
No :
8.33 %
Can't say :
8.33 %
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The BJP came into power with a strategic plan during their election campaign to defeat the Congress and win the elections and they were hugely successful with their campaign. BJP fielded the right candidates from the right locations.

Aam Aadmi Party has been a huge disappointment with people remarking that the number of seats AAP has won, is less than the number of fingers on one?s hands. 

The involvement of youths in these elections have been very important. Almost all parties centered their campaigns with youth, and BJP passed the test with flying colours. The youth of our nation are no stronger than before and stood up to elect the government, which would take greater responsibility.

Before the Lok Sabha elections, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) in its election campaign came up with the slogan ?Acche Din Aane Wale Hain(Goods days are likely to come)?, which attracted the people in the form of Modi Wave.

But its feeling was noticed only when the stunning results exceeded all forecasts and BJP came in power with single majority by getting 282 seats, after a gap of 25 years. At the same time, people have high expectations that with the induction of Narendera Modi as Prime Minister, the good days will start and have respite from the high inflation.

It is about one month of BJP in power and during this period, Narendera Modi has taken some important decisions but no concrete steps have been initiated to have control over inflation.  Now the indications are that the prices of petrol, bus and rail fares are likely to increase and taking cognizance of it, the government and private bus operators have increased the bus fare. 

At the same time,  with the increase of transportation rates, the cost of commodities of daily use is also likely to witness the same. It is presumed during the coming week, the prices of almost all commodities will be on the higher side.

With this trend, those who have voted in favour of BJP with the expectation of coming of good days are feeling cheated.  It is good that at such times of difficulties, Narendera Modi is himself reaching the concerned department.

Frankly speaking, whatever may be the circumstances, the common man will not be satisfied till such time there is check on inflation.  It does not benefit the common man with the fall of gold rate, who will receive wheat at the higher rate. 

So, the issue of increase in prices needs to be taken on priority by the Central Government and ensure the availability of daily use items on cheaper rates and it will be a big achievement of the BJP government led by Narendera Modi.  Otherwise, people will feel cheated and will not have faith on any slogan of the political party in the future.  It is matter of serious concern for the democracy of India.

But, so far, there is no feeling of ?Achhe Din Aane Wale Hain? and now people have started saying  ?Acche Din Kab Aayen Ge? ? (As to when the good days will come?)

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