State of Affairs

Narendra Modi has become the Prime Minister of India. I have to say I had my doubts. This year a difficult election. The Sonia-Rahul-Manmohan led UPA failed to do anything meaningful for past 5 years. You see I had to use three names just to say who actually is the leader. Congress party failed at everything they pursued. And it was clear that people were going to boot them out but I didn’t expect people throwing Congress out of the window. There were no indication that BJP could pull what they did in the election. Congress certainly played a good role in its dismissal.

Narendra Modi even if not complicit in Gujarat’s massacre he failed to put a full stop on the mass murder. With these doubts and general doubts of all politicians being corrupt Modi became the Prime Minister in a blaster win. His tone sounded like he could be a powerful leader at the center. He seems focused and polarizing in his party.

Development in India has been disastrous. You come back to you home town find same folks in same shops in same market only with their broken shops. The time has not been very favorable to them. For past 10 years, the government has failed to build road which connect my town to two of the major cities in the region. The road being a prominent national highway.

You go for a run in the morning and you will find 100 boys and 1 girl exercising in the stadium. We will obviously be hateful towards the opposite gender in such a disparity.

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