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US Lawmakers See Narendra Modi As PM In 2014

A report prepared by the US analysts has suggested that there is a huge possibility of BJP returning to power at the center. The report has warned the US lawmakers that if such things happen, then the Gujarat CM Narendra Modi will be all set to become the Prime Minister of India.

The report has been prepared by US Congressional Research Service, an independent research wing of the US Congress and they provide briefs on different matters to the American lawmakers. Incidentally, Narendra Modi was denied a visa by the US administration in 2005 for his alleged involvement in the Gujarat riots.

The report says that they can see a clear resurgence of the BJP at the national level, with the present unorganized state of the Congress party. With the projection of Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister of the country, the BJP will try to project themselves as a party which is pro-governance and will shift away a lot from the Hinduvta issues. On the other hand, BJP’s national President has been much instrumental in sorting out the intra-party dissidence and has shown remarkable organizing skills, which is much superior than his predecessors.

The report said that in addition to the corruption issues, Congress led UPA government is accused more of ineffectiveness since 2010. Meanwhile, continuous projection of Rahul Gandhi as the next Prime Minister of the country has lead to the undermining of the political authority of Dr. Manmohan Singh. On the other hand, Narendra Modi is instrumental in giving stupendous economic success to Gujarat under his leadership.

But the Muslims and the liberal Hindus may put up a resistance against Narendra Modi at the national level because of the 2002 Gujarat riots.

JIT Mukherjii
After completing his MBA in Financial Management, he decided to shift to writing and took it as his full time career. Being the Editor-in-chief of this web magazine, he has got diverse interest in the field of politics and business related matters.

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