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Rahul Gandhi Vs Narendra Modi: Is It?

Discussion in 'Political & Social' started by Royaluni, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. Royaluni

    Royaluni Administrator

    Narendra modi recently made a speech in one of the best colleges in India, SRCC. He was invited there after a election process where students voted for him as a speaker. Ever since Narendra modi made that speech, it has been one of the biggest buzz around political and social circles in India. It has been applauded by the people for its newness and kind of criticizes by the media especially English media journalist in India.

    It is hard to anticipate the performance of leader in future, be it Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi. But these speeches are significant their own terms and this speech is vital in the backdrop of the current political clout of Narendra modi.

    Recently Rahul Gandhi made a speech in a party meet in jaipur. That speech was also good but English media journalist were more than kind to him and were showering accolade on that speech as if nobody has ever made any great speech in India. There is nothing wrong in appreciating a good speech but going gaga all over it does indicate something bigger.

    But there is nothing new about this, media has been in a denial mode as far as Narendra modi is concerned and it has kind of helped NaMo in establishing his brand value among masses. This speech too was quite good from all standards.

    I don’t think it’s fair to compare rahul’s speech with this speech as Rahul was speaking to his own party men and NaMo was interacting with the general public. Obviously, there will be difference in the speech and its content but how fair is to “Not Listen” to a political leader.

    In india we need a political figure who is authoritarian in nature who can push change in the system. We just can’t cry foul after every major accident in our society. We need a politician (rahul or modi) who can change the system where it is required and not just repair work which may be good in short term often fails in long term.

    Narendra modi has a proven track record and rahul doesn’t, that doesn’t take away the fact that rahul has worked enough in Indian political plane to be eligible for applying for the top job. Real question is “who is the guy who can work to change the system?”

    There are few good journalists but in the current overcrowded market of media, it is hard to figure out those journalists who can focus on creating awareness among the people. A self-aware mass can make right choices based upon facts whereas in current sociopolitical environment, it won’t be surprising if people are swayed away by some generic sentiments.

    We need someone who can make major systemic changes like police reform, civil reforms rather than someone who can simply make do what our politicians have been doing for last 70 years and that is, nothing.

    It’s not about Rahul Vs Modi or is it? It’s about India Vs Independent India. Why don’t you share your thoughts on this and yes, don’t forget to share it on social sites to spread the word. Thanks for stopping by.
  2. priya456

    priya456 Member

    The two of them are again engaged in a battle of words. This time around, it is Rahul Gandhi who has initiated it. Just In Reviews would like to keep you informed about this latest political controversy!

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