Why should we vote or not vote for Narendra Modi in 2019 elections?
Recently updated on April 5th, 2018
The rumblings of the 2019 general elections have begun and the entire nation can hear it. One can see people discussing in every nook and corner of the nation about the elections and who is going to emerge victoriously. One question that haunts the mind of many Indians today is whether they should vote for Narendra Modi led BJP in 2019 elections or not.
There is no definite answer to this question, the government has shown some light to the people of India yet it falls short on some of its promises. For coming to a decision the people of India need to do a thorough assessment of the Modi government only then they can find the right answer. Here are some points which will definitely guide you in taking a final call.
Reasons to vote for Narendra Modi in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections
- The biggest and the foremost reason for voting in favour of Narendra Modi is the lack of a competent opposition. Even if all the opposition parties agree to come together in order to fight against BJP still they will lack a competent Prime Ministerial candidate.
- The is no denial of the fact that India has shown tremendous growth in various fields under Narendra Modi’s leadership. We have jumped to the 100th position in the ease of doing business rankings in 2017, which was a new milestone for India. India became the second largest manufacturer of mobile phones, just behind China. Further, the speed of construction of roads has been at a record high. All these things can’t be ignored, it shows that the government has been successful in achieving its goals.
- The electrification of the villages and the Swachh Bharat drive definitely encourage the voters to support Narendra Modi.
Reasons for not voting in favour of Narendra Modi in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections
- One thing that any intelligent person will agree on is that the Narendra Modi led BJP government has been an expert at throwing political jumlas. No black money has been recovered as it was promised back in 2014. No substantial step has been taken for settling the Ram Mandir Dispute. There is no proper plan for creating jobs to attract youths. In 2014, he promised to give 1 crore job every year. This shows that the party is not able to deliver what they promised. People have been given false hope on various occasions.
- Demonization has been a major setback and has failed miserably. People are still confused regarding the concepts of the GST bill. Many supporters have turned their backs towards the party after the failure of demonization.
- Mr Narendra Modi led BJP won the lok sabha election 2014, as he promised to remove corruption. In last four years, no significant steps have been taken and no person with allegations of 2G, Common Wealth Game, Coal, Bank scams has been put behind the bars. One after another, big fishes like Nirav Modi and Vijay Malya left India. The BJP government has been unsuccessful in bringing Lalit Modi back to India. The BJP has been a party like a Washing Machine. Some leaders with criminal backgrounds are welcomed in this party.
- Narendra Modi led the BJP government is focused only on winning the polls one state after another and is not paying attention to solve critical issues like corruption, employment, education & exam system and so on.
All these factors will definitely play a part in deciding the outcome of the 2019 elections. One needs to thoroughly go through all these points before casting their votes. The final decision of the people is going to decide the fate of the nation. With all done and dusted the voters will have to themselves weight the pros against the cons and then decide whether they want Narendra Modi to continue representing India or not.