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View Poll Results: Will Narendra Modi Be BJP's Next PM Candidate?
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Narendra Modi's Gujarat best example of effective governance: US report


PTI | Sep 14, 2011, 10.09AM IST

WASHINGTON: Identifying Gujarat as perhaps the best example of effective governance and impressive development in India, a Congressional report showered praise on the chief minister Narendra Modi and said that the state under him has become a key driver of national economic growth.

Gujarat, is followed by Bihar and its chief minister Nitish Kumar, for his governance and administrative skills, the latest report of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) on India said.

"Perhaps India's best example of effective governance and impressive development is found in Gujarat, where controversial chief minister Narendra Modi has streamlined economic processes, removing red tape and curtailing corruption in ways that have made the state a key driver of national economic growth," said the CRS report.

An independent and bipartisan wing of the US Congress, the CRS prepares periodic reports on issues of interest to the US lawmakers.

The 94-page report was released by the CRS for US lawmakers on September 1, a copy of which made public by the Federation of American Scientists.

"Seeking to overcome the taint of his alleged complicity in 2002 riots, Modi has overseen heavy investment in modern roads and power infrastructure, and annual growth of more than 11 per cent in recent years," the CRS said.

Gujarat, the CRS said, has attracted major international investors such as General Motors and Mitsubishi and with only five per cent of the country's population, the state now accounts for more than one-fifth of India's exports, it said.

The CRS mentions Bihar after Gujarat in good governance. "Another positive example in 2011 has been Bihar, one of India's poorest states, where chief minister Nitish Kumar has won national attention through his considerable success in emphasising good governance over caste-based politics.

"He is credited with restoring law and order across much of the state, as well as overseeing infrastructure and educational improvements of direct benefit to common citizens projects," the report said.

"Kumar's Janata Dal (United) party, in alliance with the main national opposition BJP, won an overwhelming reelection majority in November 2010 state elections," the report said.

The examples set in by chief ministers Modi and Kumar may have inspired the popular leader of India's most populous state Uttar Pradesh.

"Chief minister Mayawati, who is widely believed to maintain national political ambitions and was at the forefront of a nascent "Third Front" in 2009, has shifted her own focus much more toward infrastructure projects such as road-building and improving the state's poor energy grid," the report said.

The CRS also refers to the ongoing Telangana movement in Andhra Pradesh, and the new Trinamool-Congress rule in West Bengal.

As West Bengal's new chief minister, Mamata Banerjee is faced with repairing one of India's poorest states.

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May be Rahul Gandhi vs Narendra Modi affair in 2014 polls: US report

PTI | Sep 14, 2011, 01.16PM IST


WASHINGTON: As the debate on potential prime ministerial contenders for the 2014 elections picks up in India, a US Congressional report says it might just turn out to be a direct contest between controversial Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

A report on India by the Congressional Research Service (CRS), a bipartisan and independent research wing of the US Congress, finds Modi a strong prime ministerial candidate for the opposition BJP in 2014, while at the same time discussing the prospect of the Congress putting up Rahul Gandhi for the position.

However, the report which gives a detailed account of international political dimensions of India, does not clearly state it would be a Modi vs Gandhi affair in 2014.

"The 2009 polls may have represented a coming out party of sorts for the younger Gandhi, who many expect to be put forward as Congress' prime ministerial candidate in scheduled 2014 elections," said the report dated September 1, which was made public yesterday by the Federation of American Scientists.

CRS reports are meant for consumption of US lawmakers and are generally not available in the public domain.

However, many a times due to efforts of certain think-tanks and non-governmental organisations, these are made available in the public domain.

"Yet this heir-apparent remains dogged by questions about his abilities to lead the party, given a mixed record as an election strategist, uneasy style in public appearances, and reputation for gaffes," the CRS said.

Party chief and UPA chair, Sonia Gandhi is seen to wield considerable influence over the coalition's policy making process, it said.

"Her foreign origins have presented an obstacle and likely was a major factor in her surprising 2004 decision to decline the prime ministership," the report said, adding that Rahul is widely seen as the most likely heir to Congress leadership.

On the BJP's front, on the other hand, Modi is among the party's likely candidates for the prime ministership, the report said.

"At present, the BJP president is Nitin Gadkari, a former Maharashtran official known for his avid support of privatisation. Although still in some disorder in 2011, there are signs that the BJP has made changes necessary to be a formidable challenger in scheduled 2014 polls," it said.

"These include a more effective branding of the party as one focused on development and good governance rather than emotive, Hindutva-related issues, and Gadkari's success at quelling intra-party dissidence and, by some accounts, showing superior strategising and organising skills as compared to his predecessors," the report said.

"Yet among the party's likely candidates for the prime ministership in future elections is Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, who has overseen impressive development successes in his state, but who is also dogged by controversy over his alleged complicity in lethal anti-Muslim rioting there in 2002," it said.

At the same time CRS brings to the notice of lawmakers that Modi has in the past been denied a US visa under an American law barring entry for foreign government officials found to be complicit in severe violations of religious freedom.

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No. He should not be PM in 2014.

Rahul Gandhi Should be PM

Gujarat needs NaMo.
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sahi politics chal rahi hai Des me..ab Con Party US Medica ka help le rahi hai..just to creat Internal issues within Badi Jhooti Party

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will sushma swaraj & arun jaitley allow modi to be the PM candidate ?
also...how can anyone have modi as PM candidate who's visa is rejected by USA ? that is illegal ...
first he should get US visa..then only he can be a PM candidate
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if modi becomes PM, US embassy officials would come and issue him visa in his house premises

it is now rahul vs modi vs advani vs swaraj vs jaitley vs joshi vs...

everyone wants to become prime minister in BJP

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if modi becomes PM, US embassy officials would come and issue him visa in his house premises

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So, Will he get a Visa to US now?
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will sushma swaraj & arun jaitley allow modi to be the PM candidate ?
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first he should get US visa..then only he can be a PM candidate
BJP rallies around Narendra Modi after US Congress report
TNN | Sep 15, 2011, 01.53AM IST

NEW DELHI: BJP on Wednesday rallied around party strongman Narendra Modi after a latest report of the US's Congressional Research Service (CRS) identified Gujarat as the best example of effective governance and impressive development in India and also praised the CM for powering the national economic growth.

However, the main Opposition treaded cautiously on the thorny issue - whether he would be the party's prime ministerial candidate in the next parliamentary polls.

Buoyed by the US Congressional report, BJP hoped his detractors would be able to come to terms with the reality.

"The report of the US Congressional Research Service, a think-tank which provides support to the US Congress, has stated that Narendra Modi has streamlined economic growth in Gujarat, removed red tape in functioning of the government, curtailed corruption and given special emphasis on infrastructure in Gujarat," BJP spokesman Rajiv Pratap Rudy said.

He said, "Many people in this country, including our friends in Congress, as well as abroad have been consistently in a denial mode on the functioning of Narendra Modi. In last two days, we have heard two things that possibly shall prove otherwise - the Supreme Court ruling in favour of Modi and the report of US Congressional Research Service praising him on governance."

Asked if Modi was a strong contender for being the party's PM candidate with the US Congress giving him a certificate on governance, Rudy skirted it, saying that though there was no dearth of leaders in BJP to lead the nation, time wasn't nigh to announce the party's candidate.

"The BJP president and the party have made it very clear that there is no question of declaring anyone as a prime ministerial candidate, even though BJP has enough leaders to lead the nation," Rudy said, adding that "Modi is an able chief minister".

"All those against Narendra Modi should study and read the US report and come to terms with the reality," the party spokesperson said.

"BJP feels Congress spokespersons are out of tune with reality and this report should be accepted by them in totality. Congress spokespersons are finding it very uneasy to accept this. After the third electoral defeat in Gujarat, Congress remains hapless and frustrated," he taunted.

It was the same US government which had declined to grant visa to Modi in 2005 and a Congressional report of the same country is now showering praises on him, Rudy pointed out.

On the possibility of Modi being projected as a prime ministerial candidate, he evaded a direct response, saying, "in BJP, even a small worker of the party can aspire to be prime minister."

Even though Rudy feigned ignorance about other BJP leaders joining Modi in his three-day fast seeking prosperity and welfare of the state, party sources said some leaders would be by his side, including Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley and Vijay Goel.

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when on diet the fattest folks tend to loose most amount of weight, that does not mean they are in race to become Mr Universe.
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Nooooo......


According to kaangressis, he can not go for PM's post since he can't even get visa of US.

These mofos (Kaangressis and UselessParty'sAlliance) are talking like Only US Visa is the qualification to become a PM of India.
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'First say sorry to 6 crore Gujaratis, Mr Modi'

September 15, 2011 20:48 IST

Dear Bhai Shri Narendrabhai,

I was amused to read about your Sadbhavna Mission and your cathartic announcement of a three day fast.

This is nothing but a political gimmick.

You were the chief minister in 2002. I would have heartily welcomed your Sadbhavna initiative and your fast and would have volunteered to come with a glass of juice if you had displayed any moral fibre by going on a fast in 2002 or expressed any sadbhavna then. Your own party leader and then-Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee had asked you to follow Rajdharma.

Bhai, if you would have had displayed any signs of Rajdharma, if you would have genuinely believed in Sadbhavna. The 2002 riots would not have happened and you would not have had to launch this special mission or go on a fast in 2011.

Wish instead of fasting or this publicity and political stunt, you would apologise for 2002.

In 2002, you did not even bother to go to a single minority's house and wiped any tears. Because that time bhai, you saw only votes and not tears as you conveniently practiced your signatures style sinister divisive politics.

Of course, since you conveniently moved from Hindu hriday samrat to development messiah, because your own party had allies backing out because of you and you realised that you have no national future by remaining a Hindu poster boy.

I am not confident. I am convinced that your announcement of fast and sadbhavna mission is just another gimmick. In your narcissistic letter to sisters and brothers of India [ Images ] you claim, "One thing is apparent from the Supreme Court's judgment. The unhealthy environment created by the unfounded and false allegations made against me and Government of Gujarat, after 2002 riots, has come to an end."

Bhai, the SC has yet not given you a clean chit. How has it come to an end? Why are you misleading the people of this country when the matter is still sub judice?

Even when you talk, you refer to yourself as Modi does not want this, Modi does not believe in this. Your narcissim is legendary like your hypocrisy. You say it is fashionable to criticise and defame you.

I think you need to update your skewed knowledge on fashion.

Wearing funny cowboy hats must be fashionable for you and I don't want to dispute your personal sense of fads and fashion but slaughtering cows is not fashionable for six crore Gujaratis especially during our religious festivals of Paryushan.

You say it is fashionable to hate you. But I hope you know that in a democracy it is not fashionable to sponsor riots. Also in your characteristic megalomaniac style, you combine Gujarati asmita with your own self.

As if that is one single identity! You say, "It has become fashionable to defame me and the State of Gujarat.".

Bhai you are NOT Gujarat. Gujarat is Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Gujarat is a place where Jains ensure that they do not kill even a mosquito. It is only in your regime that whether it is cows or human beings, there is no value of any life. It is because of you that Gujarat has been defamed.

Just because Gujaratis have entrepreneurship in their DNA, you cannot misguide people by saying that those who cannot tolerate any positive development are criticising you. You are criticised because you happen to be the only chief minister in the country who have been charged of mass murders.

You are the only chief minister in this country who has sponsored riots. Like you are the only CM in the country who has been denied a visa because of your dismal human rights record.

It is pointless to ask you to listen to your conscience, because by now it is clear that you just don't have any. If you had any, would 2002 have occurred? Would your own senior party leader Haren Pandya be assassinated, with his family pointing fingers at you that you got him eliminated.

Do you think you even have a right to talk of non-violence and peace? Please, stop (mis)using "Six crore Gujaratis" for your vested interest. Your divisive politics is a blot to this country.

When you say, "Hate is never conquered by hate" in your letter, it sounds like a dirty vulgar joke. Because it reminds Six crore Gujaratis of how you had said "every action has a reaction" in 2002 and had shamelessly defended those fanatic rioters who were out on the streets killing innocent people.

Bhai Narendrabhai, today you are preaching unity and harmony. I will just ask you one simple question. You roam around with 300 security guards. Why doesn't a single guard of yours belong to the Minority community?Why have all security personnel belonging to minority communities removed by you from the ministerial enclave? On one hand you systematically eliminate minorities around you and on other hand you write about social harmony and how you care for minority development?

This is your typical self: Dual approach and convenient politics.

Your Sadbhavna Mission and newfound secularism stinks of hypocrisy, deceit, narcissism and lies. Your mission, your fast are all political stunts to deflect attention from Lokayukta issue, the multi crore corruption and scams that you have been cornered in and Haren Pandya's murder issue in which fingers have been raised against you by the family.

Your so-called three-day fast and sadbhavna mission stand nullified with your record of hatred, violence and bloodshed. And all the while, you have been unapologetic.

First say sorry to six crore Gujaratis and people of India before you embark on yet another publicity stunt.


Please stop cheating the people of this country.

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