10 reasons why Modi became PM again

10 reasons why Modi became PM again

Mumbai: The 10 reasons why Narendra Modi is going to become Prime Minister again. The first Indian PM who has secured more seats in his second term than the first one.

Aggressive face: Modi was the BJP’s aggressive face who took over on each of the Opposition leader such as Sharad Pawar, Mamata Banerjee, N. Chandrababu Naidu and Rahul Gandhi to an extent

Coordinated campaign: The BJP had the best coordination for campaigning right from choosing venues for rallies and selecting appropriate leaders at appropriate places

Strong organisation: The BJP was the only party which had workers at more than 90 percent polling booths

Clean image: The Modi government’s clean image gave the BJP an advantage over the tainted Opposition

Nationalism appeal: The Modi government’s thrust on nationalism, national security and sentiments attached with the Hindus paid off for the BJP

Scattered opposition: Though 22 opposition parties had come together under one roof they were divided on several issues from leadership to the issues to be raised in the campaign

Wooing the youths: The BJP succeeded in wooing the youths especially the first time voters based on Modi’s charisma

Reminding the past: Modi utilised each and every opportunity to show Congress in poor light by raking the controversies surrounded with its leaders Jawaharlal Nehru to Rajiv Gandhi

Friendship club: The BJP managed to keep its friends Shiv Sena, Janata Dal (United), Akali Dal, AIADMK and others together

Goodwill: The BJP created goodwill for Modi insisting that the anti-national forces would become stronger if Modi is defeated