The political journey of indian prime minister Narendra Modi, who recently completed seven years in delhi, is unmatched by any other political leader we have ever seen in the world. He has been the executive head of a state and a country for twenty years and is still doing his job in the way of charity.
He wins every election by skillfully confronting the opposition to their rule that everyone fears to face or the fatigue that the people feel over the regime. What has changed the minds of our citizens and the international arena, especially about our country, is none other than the achievements of prime minister Modi! In a democracy like ours with many problems, there are countless cultures, regional political intricacies, powerful regional leaders who hold their regions in check with an iron hand.
Despite all this, Modi, beyond all, is not only thriving in the minds of the people, but is being loved more and more by the people every day. How is this possible? Is it just an opportunity, the weakness of the opponent, the ability to speak or is he in the right place at the right time?
Anyone who looks at the life of our prime minister will understand that none of the above is the reason for his success. Born in gujarat in 1950 to a simple parent whose daily life was a struggle, he joined the RSS at the age of 8 as a volunteer. It was in those shocks that he began his journey to discover the meaning and purpose of his life.
According to Modi’s caste custom, the family arranged his wedding at the age of 18. Despite his pride in his parents, he did not incline marriage and left home to travel all over india to get to know himself. He traveled to West Bengal, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, uttarakhand and Rajasthan, where he shaped the lives of many Rishis and sages, and returned home at the age of 20.
After staying one night with his parents, he left for ahmedabad again to continue his life. Life had many other things for him. Last, in the days leading up to the fierce war with pakistan in 1971, he started his career as a campaigner for the RSS. When the state of emergency was declared, the RSS saw the movement being ruthlessly hunted down. Over the next 14 years the RSS rose rapidly in the organization and was sent to the BJP.
Change from within
When he joined the bjp in 1985, gujarat was immersed in Congress-style divisive caste politics. He started the drastic process of cleaning up that politics from the grassroots of the party. Ideologically sharp, the bjp transformed into a party and began to win municipal and local elections. Modi has been the party's organizing secretary since 1987. He was in charge of LK Advani's ram Rata yatra in gujarat and MM Joshi's ekta Yatra in 1991-92, traveling from Kanyakumari to kashmir and hoisting the indian national flag at Lal Chowk in Srinagar.
He was instrumental in the victory of the gujarat assembly elections in 1995 and was invited to delhi in november 1995 to take charge as the party's national secretary. After being in charge of various states for the next six years, he was promoted to National Organization Secretary in May 1998 and became the chief minister of gujarat in october 2001.
Service is life
What he has achieved as the chief minister of gujarat and what he is achieving as the prime minister of the country now is a topic that needs to be talked about another day. Fate brought him to the post through a series of obstacles, setbacks and tribulations. His determination, his grip on the country and, most importantly, his ambition made him a man.
On the other hand, Modi, who wanted to abdicate, was repeatedly stopped by the Rama krishna Mission and Swami Atmastanandaji made it clear to him that 'the path to destiny is different, you must seek and realize it'. In an interview with Andy Marino, who wrote Modi's heartfelt autobiography, and in his discussions with the bombay Men's blog and actor Akshay Kumar, he learned about himself. He was born to serve this humanity and this country. K. annamalai tamil Nadu bjp, leader