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Alok Mehta

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    ...PM Modi has taken a major political risk with these two revolutionary initiatives. The Opposition believes the BJP has been weakened and it fancies a win in the ensuing elections. Whether you impersonate Mahabharata characters Bhishma Pitamah or Yudhishtira, or Chanakya of the Mauryan era, can you tell your army or people that “everything has been lost, the country is drowning, and, all that is left before us is bleak and dark?” In the recent past, didn’t Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee try to invigorate their teammates, opponents and the masses to awaken new hopes? Vajpayee, while in the Opposition, used to strongly criticise the policies of the Congress governments, but he never told the people that the country has gone into an abyss. What is wrong, then, about Prime Minister Narendra Modi trying to awaken the hopes for a better future amid disappointing situations and problems arising after stringent economic decisions like demonetisation and GST? ...

    Indian Express on Oct. 17, 2017, 12:35 a.m.