Kumar Vishwas,the poet turned politician from the AAP party has managed to keep his name consistently intact in Breaking News Headlines by daring the big guys in his opponent teams for 2014 Elections. After he has been officially declared AAP’s candidate against Rahul Gandhi in upcoming General Elections he has tried ‘daring’Rahul Gandhi quite a number of times now.In the process, he ‘dared’Narendra Modi along with Rahul Gandhi to fight elections in Amethi(a stronghold constituency of Gandhis) against him.
Recently,he visited the house of the Dalit where Rahul Gandhi had stayed for a night to claim his concerns for them.He said he did not see any change in the life-style of the Dalit family , Rahul had visited.Without wasting time Kumar Vishwas ‘dared’ Rahul Gandhi yet again for a debate on various topics including Amethi.
Once a fan of Narendra Modi,Kumar Vishwas,said he changed his mind about Modi after he saw corruption in Modi’s Gujarat.
Interestingly,although Kumar Vishwas is keeping in news for controversies of daring Rahul Gandhi and Modi and speaking ill about minorities,he is not being taken seriously by either BJP or Congress. Will this ‘I dare’ politics work ?
BJP’s senior leader , LK Advani has left all key posts in the party after Narendra Modi has been nominated as the Election Committee’s Head for 2014 General Elections, for the party.
He sited that most of the leaders in the party were concerned about their personal agendas !!
Is Mr Advani not doing the same ? 😀 Hope we all know what is his personal agenda !! 😀
Digvijaya Singh,the senior Congress Leader, has compared Gujarat Chief Minister,Narendra Modi to the demon king Ravana ! Ravana though had a prospering kingdom made of gold but he was equally proud of his achievements which brought him his end.Showing sympathy towards the forced exit of Sanjay Joshi from BJP due to Modi’s pressure,Digvijaya said Mr Modi should shun ego and pride.
2014 Polls – Probable Candidates for the Post of Prime Minister of India:
It is anticipated that 2014 elections in India would be a choice of the nation between Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi from Congress and BJP respectively.
Congress does not have any better face than Rahul Gandhi, to offer and so is with major opponent party BJP where Narendra Modi is the only face popular enough to attract a change of thought among voters. Rahul Gandhi seems very promising and Narendra Modi has already set an example of his qualities, vision and spotless , true Chief Minister of Gujarat.
Here is a slight comparison:
Political Party – Congress
Born in Delhi on 19 June 1970(Age – 41 plus)
Educational And Professional Background
He has obtained a M.Phil from Trinity College, Cambridge University in 1995.
After he completed graduation, Rahul worked at the Monitor Group, a management consulting firm, in London and in 2002 he was one of the directors of Mumbai based technology outsourcing firm.
Son of Rajiv and Sonia Gandhi.Belongs to the popular Nehru-Gandhi Family.
Official Entry in Politics.
In March 2004, Rahul declared entry into politics. He contested in May 2004 elections, standing for the constituency of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha and won.
He was appointed General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee and also in-charge of the Indian Youth Congress and the National Students Union of India on 24 September 2007 and under him, the Indian Youth Congress and NSUI has gathered huge members rising from two to twenty-five lakhs.However,it has been proved in various reports that he failed to eliminate family, patronage, money from Youth Congress asking aspiring delegates to pay a substantial nomination fee.
In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, he retained his Amethi constituency and Congress is said to have brought back itself in Uttar Pradesh by winning 21 out of 80 Lok Sabha seats. The credit goes mostly to Rahul.
He has always condemned “divisive” politics in India, saying that he would reduce tensions prevailing due to caste and religious diversities in India.
Rahul Gandhi has always been critical towards nationalist group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) comparing the organization with terrorist organizations like SIMI.
Wikileaks, in 2009, revealed he allegedly shared concerns with the American ambassador,Timothy Roemer that radicalized Hindu groups may become a bigger threat to India than Islamic terror groups.
Political Party – Bharatiya Janata Party
Born on 17 September 1950( Age – 61 plus)
Educational And Professional Background
Holds Masters degree in Political Science from Gujarat University.
As a teenager Narendra Modi used to run a tea stall with his brother.
Narendra Modi was born to a middle class family.
Entry in Politics.
During the 1965 Indo-Pak war, he volunteered to serve the soldiers in transit at railway stations.
He joined the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, a student organization .
He was later nominated as representative of AVBP in the Bharatiya Janata Party.
He is a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
He was chosen to be the Chief Minister of Gujarat after the removal of chief minister Keshubhai Patel in 2001.
He has a personal staff of just three people and is known to be a workaholic.
Since he held the Chief Minister’s post , development of Gujarat State accelerated its pace and his contribution is immense. Gujarat has been one of the most prosperous Indian state since he has become the Chief Minister. He is thoroughly credited for his efforts in tis regards.
After the 2002 Gujarat riots, forced by the allied parties, BJP asked Modi to resign.He submitted his resignation and recommended the dissolution of Legislative Assembly and in the following state re-elections BJP won 127 seats in the 182-member assembly and Modi was the Chief-Minister once again.
Narendra Modi Government won 122 out of 182 seats in 2007 elections.
The 2002 , Gujarat Riots earned him blames of inaction over the riots and for encouraging them where almost 1200 people mostly Muslims died. The riots had taken place after 59 Hindus died when a Muslim mob burnt a train carrying hindu pilgrims.
He ordered the demolition of many Hindu temples that were built without proper government sanction and hence faced criticisms.
He is one of those leaders who believes in development and promotes business and industries with an open mind.
He supports revival Anti-Terror Legislations.
Gujarat is a no-alcohol state under his governance.
To sum it up, Narendra Modi with his ideologies, vision and work has set clear example of his capabilities. Gujarat is the proof. His decisions are firm and he has an uncorrupt picture, till date. However, his picture as a communal leader is a matter of concern for the muslim population of India.
On the other hand Rahul Gandhi is yet to prove things. He has mostly been seen as the cribbing child complaining about the BSP government of Uttar Pradesh where he holds his seat.
It is a fact that even after being in the ruling party of the nation, Congress leaders are always occupied explaining and justifying and making promises. No humongous development has taken place since Congress came to power. On the contrary there has been price-hike be it petrol or food. Stands have not been clear on national security issues and issues related to Indian and Chinese borders and Chinese intrusions. Terror attacks are condemned and forgotten but no effective measures have been taken so far.
The UID card has been an utter failure which has been declared by one of the leaders of Congress itself. Hundreds of crores of money seem to be going down the drain if it is finally declared the UID card is inappropriate technically and incapable ID and Address proof for Indians.
In such scenario, it would be astonishing if Rahul Gandhi’s magic works for Congress. He may be the most eligible bachelor of India but how good would he be as a leader is yet unknown and there might be some people who might love to give him a chance and thereby support Congress in the 2014 elections.
BJP on the other hand cannot just bank upon Narendra Modi and his Gujurat achievements to win 2014 elections. Acquisitions of being corrupt has been put on both Congress and BJP MLAs and leaders. Though Narendra Modi is clear of any monetary corruption issues , his image as a Hindu Leader and allegations of 2002 Gujurat riots will surely distract the muslim population and the population considering him communal.
Both Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi are visionary leaders and very impressive speakers but while Narendra Modi has already shown his worth on state – level, Rahul Gandhi has yet and a lot to do. Well the communal picture of BJP and Modi is the major disadvantage of Narendra Modi which may work for Congress and Rahul Gandhi’s benefit.
Now it would be the results of 2014 elections which would clear out whether the nation is willing to experiment with yet another young Gandhi or they would prefer Modi who has been a true leader in terms of development but has failed miserably as a leader of all but the muslims of India.
Who knows not, Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, who has led the State as a true leader, helping it reach heights of prosperity?
Sanjiv Bhatt, the IPS officer who dared to take on Narendra Modi, accusing him of complicity in the 2002 Gujarat riots. He is in the jail following complaints that he forced a constable to sign false affidavits.
Gujarat’s IPS officers Association passed resolution backing Sanjiv Bhatt. But is he being supported by commoners, like us?
Is he not fighting for truth? Is it not true that, the then BJP Government had played a negative role, in the 2002 riots. Just because, Narendra Modi has done all it takes to make Gujrat an inspiring state, means we should close our eyes and he be forgiven for carelessness during the 2002 riots?
Today, Narendra Modi is the hero in our eyes because he certainly did what a Chief Minister is elected for and all the more because rarely others, who become so, do the same. But does that mean Sanjiv Bhatt, who showed the courage to stand for Truth , be forgotten and be sacrificed ? Is he wrong? And if he is then why supporting Anti- Corruption movements going on in the country?