Yet again, in her latest piece of Modi slinging, she did what she does best. I at times imagine what the fate of such third graded journalists those passé of as editors would be had there been no Narendra Modi in our political scene or there had been no Gujarat riot? I am sure these morally and ethically bankrupt low quality selfsame would be doing pretty much nothing or at best scripting for road side magazines like `Manohar Kahaniya` or `Mayapuri`. Or maybe not even that, knowing the quality of garbage these clowns of the snake farm routinely come up with in the name of Op`ed, they don`t seem to even qualify to write for these road side Masala magazines.
So far we have not heard any real policy alternatives from Modi
Not satisfied with her opening statement in bold she adds further bile to her already intoxicated piece of hatred. So carry on reading.
But Modi relentlessly seeks out newer audiences and his social media outreach is formidable, (even though we hacks still await a no-holds-barred press conference where no question is taboo.)
He's called the UPA not a dream team but a "dirty team", asked why "samvidhan" should be subordinate to "shehzada", accused the PM of "selling poverty" to Barack Obama and accused the Congress of using CBI to fight elections. But where in Modi's thundering oratory is the set of alternative policies, a completely new set of policy goals and a new set of buzzwords to challenge the UPA's Food Security Bill, MNREGA, RTI, aam admi, inclusive growth and RTE? Modi and the BJP have now spent 10 years in the Opposition condemning the UPA's corruption and indecisiveness. But where is Modi's alternative charter of governance, where are the new ideas, beyond the battle cries?
If Modi stands for desi Thatcherism or an economically right-wing, business friendly government, then where exactly is that audacious new idea in any of his speeches? Or is it difficult to make such pronouncements because there is simply no ideological unanimity between BJP and sangh on business-friendly economics?
Can the Gujarat model become an all India model? In Gujarat at the moment, Modi holds the following portfolios: General Administration, Administrative Reforms & Training, Industries, Home, Climate Change, Ports, Information & Broadcasting, Narmada, Kalpasar and Science & Technology. The one man government is what provides streamlined administration. But can such a one- man administration be replicated the Centre?