Namo, a world class leader Narendra Modi often use this term. This name has become a brand in politial world. One of the most followed leaders on social media and around the world. He is counted along with leaders like Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong-un etc. However, the journey was not so easy for a common man like him.
Narendra Damodardas Modi saw light on
About his professional life, as we all know that in his early days he use to sell tea along with his father but it is not something he chose to continue with. He joined RSS and since then he stepped in his political career. He has introduced himself to RSS right when he was eight and in 1971 he became a full member. In 1975, when emergency was imposed in the country, he was ordered to stay inside the walls. In 1985, he joined BJP which was assingned to him by RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh), he had several posts right from begining as a worker to a rank of General Secretary. In 2001, he was appointed as the acting Chief Minister of Gujarat as the then CM Keshabbhai Patel due to his health sufferings and other issues.
However, the political career was not a bed of roses for him. In 2002, in Gujarat Riot which lasted for several days received heavy criticism for its handling of the situation. The Godhara Kand in February, 2002 is said to the bone of contention in which over fifty-two hindu pilgrims returning from Ayodhya from train were burnt alive. This cause the state’s harmony at sixes and sevens. Modi was accused of fanning the fuel. His failure to prevent such a riot lead him to face ban from countries like US, UK, and European State. But when he held the water in this case, the countries lifted their ban and he bore the palm.
Modi possesses a divine gift of the gap. His speech on I-Day and on other occasions wins everyone heart and faith. We all remember his statement on surgical strike,” India is in safe hands “. His strong words made people have faith in him.
When a country’s leader roars like a lion it definitely boosts up its countrymen and army.