UP election result 2017: Powerful leadership can humble opposition, reaffirms faith in allies
Latest News : AICC, BJP, breaking news, Business Standard, Congress, CWC, India, latest news, Narendra Modi, News, PM Narendra Modi, Politics, rahul gandhi, UP, UP News, The historic victory in Uttar Pradesh, wherein the BJP won more than 320 assembly seats, has inspired political leaders and entrepreneurs pan-India who wish to take up the mantle and learn from the heroes of this win. India’s E-commerce giant Flipkart’s executive chairman Sachin Bansal too sees a lesson for entrepreneurs in BJP’s performance in the recent assembly elections. Crediting PM Narendra Modi for the party’s strong performance in the elections, Bansal tweeted, “Election results show how deeply Prime Minister Narendra Modi understands India. Lesson for entrepreneurs: be fanatic about understanding your audiences”.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi responded to the tweet saying, “More than my understanding, it is the people who have trusted the BJP & we will never betray this faith.”
Indeed, BJP’s outstanding performance in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand proves that Modi was right, as there seems to be no stalling the Modi wave that saw the BJP winning over 70 seats in the 2014 General elections.
Despite all odds, Amit Shah’s strategy and Modi government’s pro-government policies seem to have overpowered Akhilesh’s development model and Mayawati’s caste politics.
Uttar Pradesh election results shown that Modi’s grand image of a leader capable of taking strong decisions is still intact.
It is not just Sachin Bansal, but several other leaders too, who have been greatly inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s win.
1. Powerful leadership can humble opposition
On BJP’s landslide victory in UP and Uttarakhand, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said that Modi’s victory had shattered the opposition hopes of unseating him soon.
He tweeted that with the political balance tilting in favour of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the opposition should forget the Lok Sabha election of 2019 and aim at the 2024 general election to take power in New Delhi. Read more