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India, Hindus & Narendra Modi: A look at Shri Narendra Modi's extraordinary achievements...but also where he may have faltered

India, Hindus & Narendra Modi: A look at Shri Narendra Modi's extraordinary achievements...but also where he may have faltered

by   Francois Gautier (Author)  
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The book authored by François Gautier critically examines Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tenure, assessing his successes and failures as he approaches his third term. While praising Modi's anti-corruption stance, hard work, and focus on India's welfare, the book also highlights concerns such as a perceived autocratic leadership style and the need for decentralization of power. Despite acknowledging Modi's unmatched vision, the book emphasizes the importance of nurturing new leadership within the BJP and addressing the needs of Hindu voters. Additionally, the book explores India's future trajectory in the context of Sri Aurobindo's philosophical insights.

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ISBN 13 9798885751742
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Publishing Year 2024
Total Pages 192
Edition First
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category Political Parties   Politics  
Weight 350.00 g
Dimension 13.00 x 21.00 x 1.50

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This book examines whether—and in what measure—Narendra Modi succeeded, and where we feel he stumbled, as he is about to enter his third mandate. There is absolutely no doubt that he is the best prime minister India ever had. He is non-corrupt, very hard-working, and his entire focus is the welfare and betterment of Bharat. His vision and actions speak for themselves: demonetization, Swacch Bharat, removal of Article 370, which was a must, cancellation of Talaq divorce, Ayodhya, G-20, putting India on the world’s map, etc. It is also not his fault that the people of India did not collaborate fully with him, and that in terms of honesty, cleanliness, corruption, black money, indiscipline, they partly failed him.

It is absolutely true that there is nobody else in sight that could match his greatness and vision. And therefore, he needs to be re-elected for a third term, so that he can continue his fantastic work. But power has its own momentum, and he may rightly feel that HE is the ONLY one capable of guiding India to the superpower status she deserves. We also find that there is an autocratic element creeping into his leadership, and fear has risen, both among his ministers and spokespersons, to say anything that has not been approved beforehand. The PMO today centralizes all power, whereas India needs to be decentralized, and power delegated, so that a new generation of young leadership rises up within the ranks of the BJP. Also, Hindus, who massively elected Mr. Modi and his party two times, and soon three, have not received the attention and the care they deserve.

Finally, we will assess India’s bright future and her position in the world, in the light of Sri Aurobindo's famous essay, The Hour of God.

This book is by François Gautier, a true and beloved friend of India, noted journalist and acclaimed author.