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Modi may need coalition 2024

Discussion in 'International Politics' started by ronki23, Jun 25, 2022.

  1. ronki23

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    The UCC and now this may cost the BJP a majority at the next election. India was supposed to reach $5 trillion by 2024 but that target will be missed and even a 2029 target is unlikely
     
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    Is there a ruling that forbids someone from serving in the IAF for more than one 4 year contract?
     
  3. Aupmanyav

    Aupmanyav Be your own guru

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    @Ronki123 and @The Hammer,

    1. Uniform Civil Code has still to come. Some Muslims who have suffered because of the current 'Muslim personal laws' will welcome it. Abolition of 'instant divorce' (Triple Talaq) and its criminalization has benefited Muslim women.
    2. It is not that Muslims do not vote for Modi. Some do, because his policies have benefited them.
    3. Yeah, Indian economy has been affected by Covid and then by petrol price hike like everywhere else. It necessitated additional government spends on peoples' welfare. Recovery takes time. However, Indian economy is doing fairly well. If there are problems, the government will take necessary measures.
    4. There is nothing wrong with coalitions, it is a part of politics, only that it should work well. However, 2024 is still far. The Dynasty Congress and Shiv Sena in Mumbai are disintegrating. Modi still remains the most popular leader with 71% approval. Modi also has the lowest disapproval rating at 21%.
    PM Narendra Modi gets highest approval rating among global leaders, finds US survey
    5. The four-year military assignment is here to stay. It is a policy decision. It is not conscription but only by choice.
    6. 25% of the four-year recruits will be retained by Armed Forces. After completion of the term, employment, help will be provided to the rest.

    And Modi is going to relinquish his Prime Ministership in 2025 on the day he completes his 75th year. Position or money do not mean anything to him. Someone else from BJP will take the driver's seat. He will probably return to his Kedarnath cave. India will remember Modi as a Mahatma (a great soul).

     
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    I don't agree that he will/should retire at 75



    I want Modi to be Prime Minister for at least 3 terms. While I believe in the free market economy, a $5 trillion India really isn't a lot as that equates to a $3.5 thousand per person income. China has $9 thousand per person while USA has $60 thousand per person !

    The economy is just one piece of the puzzle which is all the more reason he needs 3 terms.
     
  5. Aupmanyav

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    Retire at the age of 75, that is Modi's rule. On that basis he did not select the BJP old horses, Lal Krishna Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi, Jaswant Singh, Yashwant Sinha and Arun Shorey in his first cqabinet. I do not think he would violate his own rule. There are other people in BJP who can carry on. Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath, etc. Nothing funny here. It is that individuals should not get attached to their positions. That is the message of BhagawadGita.

    However please be informed that today BJP won two Parliament seats, traditionally considered Muslim, one of Rampur where 49.5% of the voters are Muslim, and Azamgarh, which is known as one of the nurseries of Muslim terrorists in India, thanks to Yogi Adityanath.
    https://www.business-standard.com/article/politics/where-did-the-muslim-vote-go-114053000417_1.html
     
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    I don't agree but if that is true then why bother running for a 3rd term if he's going to retire 1 year later ?
     
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    Long live Islamophobic Hindu Nationalism.
     
  8. Aupmanyav

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    There can always be a bye-election. He will lead BJP to success in 2024 and hand-over the charge. That is my guess. He is BJP's greatest mantra.
     
  9. Aupmanyav

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    See for yourself (Muslims or mostly Muslim supported candidates from parties other than BJP):
    Rampur (Lok Sabha constituency) - Wikipedia
    Azamgarh (Lok Sabha constituency) - Wikipedia

    It also means that BJP is not without support among Muslims. It is also that the Muslims have understood the tricks of pseudo-secularists and pseudo-socialists who have thrived on creating fear of BJP in Muslim mind. They are fed up of divisive politics. BJP opponents in India are basically dynastic parties. Only BJP and the Communists are non-dynastic ideological parties.
     
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    If you want that then you vote for the Hindu Mahasabha which is a fringe Hindu movement. They were the ones who assassinated Mahatma Gandhi, not the RSS.

    @Aupmanyav what's the difference between RSS and Hindu Mahasabha ? If I'm not mistaken, RSS is involved in education and charity and the VHP is the religious part of the RSS while BJP is the political wing. Mahasabha is basically the Hindu Taliban and isn't part of RSS.

    Adityanath is a liability; he'd fit in with the Hindu Mahasabha

     
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    Hindu Mahasabha is an organization of lunatics. It wants an India which includes Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Myanmar. It has not won even a single election anywhere in India. Hindu Mahasabha are not Talibans, because they hardly have any membership, nor the power to disturb even a fly. It is just a paper organization.

    Yes, RSS, VHP and BJP are related.
    Other than Modi, Yogi Adityanath is the most important vote-getter in BJP. He is a strong leader, someone like Vallabh Bhai Patel, a doer, who does not stand non-sense. His sect (Nath Sampradaya) neither accepts the division by caste nor by religion. There are Muslim shop keepers even within the boundary of his seminary in Gorakhpur plying their trade for ages. Perhaps some day, he will be chosen as the Prime Minister of India, though I would not be there to see that day. So, kindly correct your wrong impression. BTW, he is a maths graduate.
    Both, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Adityanath are Yogis having no thought other than welfare of India and its people.

    "Despite the renaming spree, Gorakhpur is no case study in polarisation. Three-fourths of the shops in the market leading to Gorakhnath mutt are run by Muslims. The gaushala of the Gorakhnath mutt has many Muslim workers. The mutt's followers are mostly from the backward castes, with construction work being handed by a Muslim called Yaseen; even the accountant of the mutt is a Muslim."
    Yogi Adityanath: Despite all the fuss, Yogi Adityanath's Gorakhpur is no case study of polarisation - The Economic Times
    Yogi Adityanath: In Yogi's Gorakhnath math, Muslims handle finances as well as its cows | Lucknow News - Times of India
    Muslims handle cows, finances at Yogi Adityanath’s Gorakhnath ‘math’: Report
    'Chhote Maharaj takes care of all': Muslims in Gorakhnath Math are all praise for Yogi Adityanath

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    Modi is will be elected again.He follows the prosperous USA model and has dumped the Russian economic model.Just check out his latest Mercedes Maybech. Ambassadors and Suzuki's rest in peace.Who wants rubbish Trabants.
    Powered by a 6 litre V12 engine producing 650 horse power, the car is 5.45 m long with a wheelbase of 3.36 m. The heavy doors of the vehicle use an electric motor for opening and shutting.

    While the actual cost of PM’s vehicle is not known, industry sources said it could be in excess of Rs 12 crore.
     
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