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Narendra modi

  1. Narendra Modi: The rise and rise of the reluctant leader
  3. CONTENTS 1. Childhood. 2. A Born Leader. 3. Chief Minister. 4. Persona. 5. The Image Makeover. 6. The Ground Reality. 7. 10 unknown and interesting facts about Narendra Modi. 8. The 2002 Gujarat riots. 9. Positive impact on the economy. 10. Women‘s issues. 11. Anti-immigrant stance. 12. Questionable example for a secular India.
  5. Narendra Modi was born on 17th September, 1950 to Damodardas Modi and Heeraben. Work at a tea stall with his father in his hometown, Mehsana in Gujarat. Modi, is known to be patriotic since his childhood.
  6. An ‘average’ student but a ‘keen’ debater. He began his political journey when he joined the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) in his late teens and later became a full- time Pracharak (propagator).
  7. A Born Leader •It was seen when he became the leader of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) – students union, in his student life. •He played a major role in eradicating anti-corruption in Gujarat in the 80’s.
  8. Narendra Modi rose to prominence when he successfully organised Ekta Yatra’ for Murli Manohar Joshi– a veteran BJP leader.
  9. The Chief Minister Narendra Modi is termed as a decisive leader. His decision-making quality is what Gujarat is reaping fruits from.  Modi informed the head honchos of BJP that “he was going to be fully responsible for Gujarat or not at all”. He was then appointed as the 14th Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001 and was the face of the party for the elections in December, 2002.
  10. Persona •People often refer him as NaMo or Narendra Bhai. •He is fierce, combative, and robust; one who carries his heart on his sleeves
  11. • His self-proclaimed ‘Chappan-Inch- ka-Seena’ image augurs well with the public. His favourite dialogue ‘Mere 6 Crore Gujarati’ is loved by many. • Modi is known to be workaholic
  12. • He is a nature loving person whose favourite pastime is writing poems. • Modi is a vegetarian and is also known to be a yoga loving person. • Women in Gujarat absolutely adore Modi.
  13. The image makeover Be it Japan, United Kingdom or South Korea, representatives from these and other countries have come and praised his development model. Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Paresh Rawal or John Abraham, everyone’s view about Modi has been very positive.
  14. The Ground Reality A man of development. A man with a vision who would actually make India a super power. He was termed as a “Merchant of Death” by Sonia Gandhi, in a run up to state elections in 2002
  15. He’s the most liked politician on Facebook and also has the maximum followers on Twitter. Social media hasn’t been far behind in lambasting Modi, calling him names like Feku– a person who fakes.
  16. 10 unknown and interesting facts about Narendra Modi are: 1.Putting Gujarat in the World Map: Gandhinagar has been termed as the Greenest Capital City in whole Asia. Under his reign as Chief Minister, Surat has become the fastest growing city in the world. Gujarat is now the favorite choice for many business establishments beating many other contemporary states who are still coping with internal problems to support new establishments.
  17. 2. World Bank: 10 years back Gujarat had a huge loan of almost 50,000 crores on itself from the World Bank but now it has deposited 1 lakh crore in the World Bank which proves his credibility as a Chief Minister and how well he is leading the state towards success and overall development.
  18. 3. His Reign as Chief Minister: Gujarat has bagged the award of the 2nd best state in the world by UN in the year 2010. Another important feature that Narendra Modi has been able to provide is the security of women in his state. When every state is fighting their own devils within the society Narendra Modi has gifted a safe land for the women in his state by providing strict law and order to safeguard the women making it the 2nd least crime against women among all other states.
  19. 4.Hobbies: Modi loves writing poetry during his leisure time and also has published some of books written by him. He also loves photography and had held one exhibition showcasing his collections of photographs clicked by him.
  20. 5. Mr. Popular: Narendra Modi is the 2nd most followed Indian leader on Twitter just after Shashi Tharoor. He is very popular with women in his states and that his evident during the rallies where he is followed by women more than men.
  21. 6. Secular: He has ordered to demolish many Hindu temples which don’t have proper government sanction and he is also admired by many Muslims of his state. But he is not much loved by the Muslim communities
  22. 7. Political style: He is largely influenced by the leadership style of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and is a fan and follower of Swami Vivekananda and his principles.
  23. 8. Language: He has a strong hold on each language that he speaks. He can speak in Gujarati that is his mother tongue, Hindi fluently although is not much fluent in English. He is a good orator and this may contribute to the fact that he has taken training for three months in the US on public relations and image management.
  24. 9. Teenaged Modi: As a teenager he ran away to the Himalayas and stayed there for 2 years with the yogic sadhus and studied Hindutva. 10. Modi and his Mother: He takes the blessing of his mother before starting any new venture.
  25. But who is this charismatic but polemic leader? What does he stand for? There are things that are important to know, and not all of them bad.
  26. 1. He is controversial for his role in the 2002 Gujarat riots Modi was chief minister of the state of Gujarat in 2002 when riots broke out in the city of Godhra after a train carrying Hindus was burnt down as it was coming from the holy city of Ayodhya in North India.
  27. 2. He may prove to have a positive impact on the economy Modi's win is expected to improve the trade with United States and boost the Indian economy.
  28. In an article for the Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy, Hardeep Dhillon criticized both candidates for seeing women through the lens of safety, security and education. She argued Modi specifically sees women as passive: Women are imagined to behave, think, and perform in uniformity and their politics are established prior to their emergence on the political landscape. As a result, Indian women are stripped of the very political agency Mr. Modi claims to advocate for, rendering them as passive – rather than active – political actors. 3. His track record on women‘s issues may be lacking
  29. 4. He maintains an anti-immigrant stance If Modi has his way, he would send all the undocumented Bangaldeshi immigrants back. In a speech on April 28, 2014, Modi threatened: I want to warn from here, brothers and sisters write down, that after May 16, will send these Bangladeshis beyond the border with their bags and baggages.
  30. 5.His past religious fervor sets a questionable example for a secular India Modi was a youth member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), a right-wing, volunteer Hindu nationalist group, and describes himself as a Hindu nationalist.