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How ‘Modi’ strategies gave a huge impact on common man

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  • August 4, 2017
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After Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) swept to power in Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to enjoy overwhelming public support. Given his strong overall support, it is not surprising that Modi is popular across demographic groups – to both men and women, and among all age groups, educational backgrounds and income levels.

While being the chief minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi had proven himself to be a great supporter of economic moment. Under his leadership, Gujarat became one of the most prosperous states in the country and he signed deals with a lot of foreign companies and governments. Narendra Modi has often been criticised by the opposition for so many foreign tours. However, none of us can ignore the fact that his travels have made a lot of friends for the country.

GST has been a hot topic of discussion everywhere these days. GST concept was introduced some years ago by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government. A push was given by P. Chidambaram, the then Finance Minister in 2006. This is a big achievement, as GST will unify several taxes that exist today into a single tax. It is beneficial for business in India, as there is only a single tax which would account to all the activities to be performed. This means no octroi, VAT, and many more taxes unified under GST. It would enable easier movement of goods within the country.

 

Unquestionably, India has suffered greatly from terrorism based in or inspired by Pakistan. Modi’s “guns and butter” approach seems to have confounded both his militant friends and his militant enemies. Modi has balanced the need to take military action against Pakistan while furthering his economic development agenda. Thus, as in many adversarial endeavours, there are no right and wrong answers on how to deal with terrorism emanating from Pakistan. There are only answers that are better and those that are worse. So far, Modi’s approach balancing guns and butter seems the better answer.

After Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) swept to power in Lok Sabha elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to enjoy overwhelming public support. Given his strong overall support, it is not surprising that Modi is popular across demographic groups – to both men and women, and among all age groups, educational backgrounds and income levels. While being the chief minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi had proven himself to be a great supporter of economic moment. Under his leadership, Gujarat became one of the most prosperous states in the country and he signed deals with a lot of foreign companies and governments. Narendra Modi has often been criticised by the opposition for so many foreign tours. However, none of us can ignore the fact that his travels have made a lot of friends for the country. GST has been a hot topic of discussion everywhere these days. GST concept was introduced some years ago by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Government. A push was given by P. Chidambaram, the then Finance Minister in 2006. This is a big achievement, as GST will unify several taxes that exist today into a single tax. It is beneficial for business in India, as there is only a single tax which would account to all the activities to be performed. This means no octroi, VAT, and many more taxes unified under GST. It would enable easier movement of goods within the country.   https://www.facebook.com/SN2SM/videos/277006812783601/ Unquestionably, India has suffered greatly from terrorism based in or inspired by Pakistan. Modi’s “guns and butter” approach seems to have confounded both his militant friends and his militant enemies. Modi has balanced the need to take military action against Pakistan while furthering his economic development agenda. Thus, as in many adversarial endeavours, there are no right and wrong answers on how to deal with terrorism emanating from Pakistan. There are only answers that are better and those that are worse. So far, Modi’s approach balancing guns and butter seems the better answer.

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