Narendra Modi could well be the horse in the race to the top. While we make such a claim, we must also remind you that with the likes of Rahul Gandhi and his Congress as competitors, he is only a horse amid tortoises. And no, we mean no pun here. For Modi, has tactfully relied on his clever speeches, his punches and alliterations. The only thing he cares less for is the media. No uncomfortable questions to answer, in short. Finally, the Aam Admi has risen to the challenge—step in Arvind Kejriwal—who will not leave Modi to do as he wishes.
The First Knock
The first trickle of questioning piped in over the gas issue. Remember, the Ambani chapter Kejriwal interfered into? Much akin to Bollywood blockbuster, kejriwal has decided to take up the issue of Modi’s genuity on the national front.
This reminds us of latest opinions that Twitter has been washing us with. One tweet of late caught our fancy reporting that Modi has silenced the media using the masses as an excuse. A clever thing to do at a stage when India is already brainwashed with an anticipation of some change.
The essential question comes here is if change is the only thing needed. West Bengal saw a historic change after 30 plus years. However, did the Trinamool government do that much really for the Bengal fraternity?
The Real Change
What if India too is set to see a change and yet crave for modification later? Just a Modi does not assure things. It only gives rise to hope. Kejriwal has indeed been right to ask our so-called would be Prime Minister to speak up on the Ambani issue. It is something that jolts Indians back into senses. Does Modi’s speeches promise change or are they mere electoral gimmicks?
While many thought that the Delhi CM was a distracting element to swing votes away from the BJP, we now sit up to think that Kejriwal could ensure more fairness in the elections 2014.
India is a democracy, not a country with one-man shows. Therefore, letting Modi alone dominate the space and shelving every other thing into oblivion reflects poorly on the Indian judgement as a whole.
Fairness To Rule
Rahul Gandhi has fallen into the depths of irrelevance, said one #S.Pat.Ra of late. Going by that, nobody really wants Modi to win because he had no questioners. Kejriwal and his Aam Admi has put the foot forward since Sunday. The world awaits many flyers and sparks now. However, an election well contested is the need of the hour. Not an election merely conquered!