Why India needs a strong government at the centre

published on April 3, 2014

The Congress rule for the past ten years in India has been, at best, mediocre. Manmohan Singh was catapulted into a position which he is ill-suited for. There has been so many scams durhing his tenure that one forgets about the old scams as new scams come on board with increasing regulairity.
 
Many external agencies prefer the arrangement where the central government is weak. Border incursions and terrorism have been too infrequent and the response has been lacakadaisical.  Regard for national security has not taken on importance, with the result that key weapons purchases have not gone ahead. The result is that the country is vulnerable from a security standpoint.  It will become more so once the US withdraws from Afghanistan and there is consolidation of terrorist elements.
 
What people need is security. Women need protection.  The country needs a strong leader.
 
It is high time that NaMo be given a chance to see what he can do for the country. Politicians have been criticizing him withou realizing that he has been able to put together a front of several parties under the NDA. The way he has  governed Gujerat is spendid. People feel safe in his state. The way he has conducted the election campaign in the face of a hostile medai is amazing. What out-of-the box thinking he has been able to introduce in his campaign!
 
Just imagine what people in India can  look forward to if NaMo becomes their PM. He can do wonders for the country only if people send him to Parliament with 300+ MPs. of hs own. There is then no need to pander to the pulls and pushes of coalition partners. and the country can then progress with peace, security  and sefety for all people.

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