Stability, for sure is the need of the hour. Forget regional political groups coming up with an alternative as this will bring in an all-new set of preferences, demands, and shortcomings. Those not extending support to national political parties must realize that the prime hindrance towards policy drafting and implementation in the past years has been the unjustifiable attitude of alliances. Though the incompetent strategy-building ability of the union ministers can be blamed for the decline of Indian economy, the reliance of the government on the support of BSP and SP was too a limiting factor.
So, shall we talk about those who can come up with a much reliable proposition? When we talk about Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, and Rahul Gandhi, they seem to have a lot in common with numerous differences too. All these three men have been promising to deliver a better and safer tomorrow, with dignity of being employed and self-dependent. I will try to analyze all three of these politicians and will then conclude.
Not many knew about the past deliveries of Arvind Kejriwal prior to his being a part of the much-acclaimed Anna’s movement against corruption. From IIT to Indian Revenue Services, AK has surely proved his intellectuality. However, he refrained from being an activist for long and aspired to deliver changes by being within the sphere of dirty-politics. The beginning was slow, but people who were tired of the same old faces welcomed new ones with massive support. First–time contesting party, AAP came up with magical numbers and AK became the CM of Delhi.
You can call it as the day of sacrifice or the day AK committed the chief mistake of his life- The day when he quit. Was he replicating Sonia’s action of 2004? The beloved activist had until now understood politics and had developed strategies to achieve success. From then, we can witness AK trying to revitalize his supporters using all hooks and crooks. Many have now considered that AAP has fallen into the same line of political entities; however the outcomes of polls are yet to be declared.
With all the best and bad experiences in life, Rahul Gandhi promises everything and anything to his people via the Congress-manifesto. With a quiet entrance in the field of politics, this young leader achieved a lot during the last years of UPA-1 and the beginning of UPA-2. However, the later days did not prove promising. Though the entire 2014 campaigning is being handled by Rahul Gandhi, the future of the Congress looks extremely worrying. The young leader has still to learn the art of managing the organization within the party and connecting with the mass. From being very polite and supportive even to the competing parties, Rahul Gandhi has now acquired louder public speaking skills. Yet, perfection is still awaited.
BJP is all set to mark a sturdy presence this time by relying on the proven track record of Narendra Modi. His Gujarat model, administrative abilities, public-speaking art, political success, and larger than life persona has definitely resulted in such an environment wherein the voters aren’t voting for their local BJP candidate, however are voting for Modi. Modi, who comes from a poor family, is a perfect example for those who believe in achieving success through a proper route. Challenges for him include fetching support from the Muslims and handling the always-nasty internal organization of the BJP.
The polls of 2014 are so much talked about and the experts say ‘it is either Modi or not-Modi’. People are either voting ‘for-Modi’ or ‘against-Modi’, a unique equation. Definitely, this Indian has something which attracts everyone, and promises a prosperous tomorrow.