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THE DARKER SIDE OF THE PICTURE…..

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A record third time win in Gujarat elections firms Modi’s chances to be nominated by BJP to lead elections in 2014. He is, at present, one of the most favorable and popular candidate for becoming the future Prime Minister of India. Emerging as one of the country’s most influential politician, he is the role model of young minds.

           Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi after casting his vote at Ranip during the last phase assembly poll at Ahmedabad on December 17, 2012 in Gujarat, India.
                           “The top state in India in (terms of) economic freedom in 2011 was Gujarat. It displaced Tamil Nadu which had been at the top in 2009,” said the report of ‘Economic Freedom of the States of India 2012’ which was released by former RBI Governor and present Rajya Sabha Member Bimal Jalan. Under Modi’s rule Gujarat is developing at a greater pace. Industries are being modified, education system has been improved, more employment avenues and better investment opportunities have been laid down. Women were safe and steps were taken to provide affordable education. The third consecutive victory speaks about his spellbound performance.
                    But is this the only side of the picture?? Well the answer is NO. As every coin has two sides, there is a darker side of this powerful politician. Nobody can forget 2002 riots that resulted into massive killings.As many as 2000 people were killed. Modi is accused by his counterparts for slow pace of developments. Bihar’s growth rate clearly overtook Gujarat’s development. While the growth rate was 10.9% in case of Bihar, it was mere 9.3% in Gujarat.Many accusation have been laid upon him regarding safety issue of women and children.

The literacy rate is much better in other states as compared to Narendra Modi’s Gujarat. A report by US-India Policy Institute has revealed a steady rise in high hunger levels in Gujarat, one of India’s fastest growing states. It has also noted a decline in the key Human Development indicators of Muslims. Most of his rivals are of the opinion that Modi’s policies may not help him to win Delhi elections. His own party members disregard him for several reasons. There are many internal disputes relating to Mr. Modi in Bhartiya Janta Party(BJP).
                                                                    
Well such number of issues do cast a shadow on the empire of Narendra Modi but the fact remains that in the current scenario Modi is likely the most friendly candidate for becoming next Prime Minister.

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