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Why I Admire Narendra Modi ?


Atanu Dey has written a nice article on why Narendra Modi Scares Some People. Also his another article Modi will rescue India from its enemies is also a worth read.


I admire Narendra Modi for his zero tolerance against non sense stuff that other politicians indulge in. He is not in politics for money and hence does not tolerate corruption. In his blog post, Atanu talks about his conversation with an executive of a multinational firm. They wanted to set up their manufacturing operations in Karnataka but were faced with too many hurdles and it took them months. Even after they got approval for acquiring of land, the government was still troubling them in setting up their shop. So finally they decided to quit and check out Gujarat.


Once the CEO met Gujarat's Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Atanu writes, "Within four days – not months – they had acquired the clearances; within a couple of months, they had acquired the land; and even before their facilities were completed, rail and road connectivity was ready. The Gujarat government was serious about doing business in Gujarat and Shri Modi was the main driver of the state’s success."


Now this is the magic of Narendra Modi. He means business and wants that Gujarat should prosper, Gujarat's junta should prosper and not politicians. When someone wants to set up a shop, he wants that his government should provide him instant clearances. He should not be compelled to give money to some paisa-premi politician. And Narendra Modi is interested in not filling his pockets, but he wants that the aam-aadmi should prosper.

And this is the reason why some people in the politics hate him. Because he is a threat to their pocket filling mentality. They have a good reason to stay in politics (to fill up their vaults) and if Narendra Modi comes in, their game comes to an end.

The other thing I Narendra Modi is that he loves his country and country men. He does not have any other selfish interests and mostly he will always defend his country against all threats.

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