India was under searing heat this summer. With the mercury rising rapidly each day through the months of March to May, life was getting sultry for the people. The discomfort quotient was high. However, the climatic change was not the only reason for this. In fact, it was quite tolerable save a few countable days with high Celsius. However, the real heat that the people of India were facing was that of the political turmoil. Because the summer of 2019 was the year of general assembly polls. The battle for the conquest of the Parliament was very intense. All the parties were rallying & convening meetings for the propaganda of their manifesto all through the pre-poll & poll seasons. Both the ruling party and the opposition parties were locking horns in every constituency and sometimes things did get out of control. But finally, all is over.
With the ushering of the monsoon month in India, the political tension also subsided for India has once again made Narendra Modi its Prime Minister for the second consecutive term. But then again many may judge the decision of the poll. This is because the first tenure of Mr. Modi did not live up to the hype & expectation. The problems with employment, GST, demonetization, floating fuel price and many more are very livid. The common belief among the brains behind the political affairs is that patriotism was his torch of victory.
However, a win is a win, no matter how he got it. The fact that despite not being able to achieve what he set out for, during his first term as PM and still coming out a winner in this year’s general assembly proves it beyond any doubt that Mr. Modi has been chosen as a leader by the people of the country and India sees potential in the steps & policies he has undertaken.
With Mr.Modi at the helm, India has become a leading business destination for the global economy. Formulation & invoking of groundbreaking changes during the first tenure seen an overwhelming response in the domain of foreign investments. India has overtaken China in capturing most of the foreign direct investments in its domestic market. This gives a clear picture of how well the stage is set for India’s flourishing new economical identity & affluence.
Indian market is now in a very stable state. The continuation of Mr. Modi tenure is bringing in a breath of fresh air in business communities. More investors are wanting to invest in India today. This is good for the overall GDP growth of India since the market will revamp its resources very shortly.
The verdict of the people of India is to keep Mr. Modi as the prime minister. The people now want economic stability and they believe that stabilizing this government will let them achieve that. The victory of Mr. Modi catapulted him to the league of global leaders. And under his new command, the country will have speedy & innovative growth, good fortune, and stable infrastructure. So India has indeed chosen wisely & smartly.