- Posted May 25, 2014 by
Kolkata, New York
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After 2004 Prime minister A.B Bajpai, Shri Narendra Modi will be 2nd candidate as Prime Minister for 16th Loksabha from Bharatiya Janata Party. This is the first time since 1984 BJP has crossed the Lakhsman Rekha on its own. Which prompted the end of coalition era under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi, Shri Rajnath Sing, Shri Arun Jetli and many others.
We are waiting to watch Indian mega show with SAARC and others country leaders on 26th May, 2014. Which is oath ceremony of New govt of India. Now we confirmed that mega episode 2014's by BJP it's a mega and classical Novel. It should be make modern climax, mixed with 'Rajdharma' vs Bharatiyata. Which is like past in the context of Shri A .B. Bajpai and Shri L. K Advani.
However, first six months new govt will be able to enjoy free and fair time as honeymoon period. After Dewali festival govt may face huge challenges with UPA-2 success like MNREGA, RTI, RTE and Food security act. Literacy rate of India under UPA govt. has increased from 64.84% in 2001 to 74.04% in 2011. Shri Narendra Modi has said earlier, that every govt. have good job for our country. Beside BJP manifesto have committed that is , 1) Vibrant and participatory Democracy empowered and inspired people. 2) Inclusive and sustainable Development. 3) Brand India built on quality. We have found that new generation (new voter) voted Shri Narendra Modi and BJP to close un employment hardship. They depend on Shri Modi and rest of the party leaders. Two or three major challenges may have threatening to new govt. that is 1) UPA govt. success in social sector. 2) Economic growth with Industrialist hope. And 3) Booming on employment sector.
''Hame 60 months ka jarurat hai.'' Silent please up to 2019. Shri Narendra Modi likely a long run horse. Today is just warm up day (26th May).
UPA govt. have another glorious past which introduced by out going Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh. That is reform of economy. It was challenged to Dr. Sing and UPA govt. Now Indian Industrial sector and rest of the World also waiting to observe as per their classic. World Bank has written recently that, ''Developing countries in the East Asia Pacific region will see stable economic growth this year at 7.1 percent, largely unchanged from 2013, and the rest of the region's developing countries could also benefit from structural reform, such as facilitating internal trade and promoting foreign direct investment especially in the service sector.'' We Indian interested to enjoy 'Ek Bharat- Shrestha Bharat.'