The Place Delhi Made Kejriwal Popular?

January 13, 2014 10:44
The Place Delhi Made Kejriwal Popular?

Narendra Modi comments on twitter, "People must decide -- will good happen by constantly being on TV screens or through constructive and development-oriented vision on ground.”  It is anybody’s guess whom Modi is targeting on the above comment!  

narendra-modi-2The BJP's Prime Ministerial Candidate Narendra Modi says that working on the ground realties is more important than regularly appearing in TV.  Aam Admi Party founder Arvind Kejriwal is most covered leader at present by the media.  

Similar comments were heard from Congress Party in the five States elections but pointed towards Narendra Modi at that time.  Modi was the most covered leader at that time by the media.  His speeches were making him popular and Congress party also commented that mere speeches will not make any good to the country.

Now as Kejriwal is getting popularity after gaining 28 seats in Delhi out of 70, he is becoming a threat to BJP as he is getting stronger day by day and also spreading his wings to cover entire nation without limiting to Delhi and contented by getting power in Delhi alone.  That is what is making BJP get mad.  If the Delhi results are looked at again, a major portion out of 28 seats of AAP would have gone to BJP to get absolute majority in Delhi if AAP was not in the politcal arena.  

BJP aiming to win over Congress party in the 2014 elections is seeing a threat in the form of AAP.  

Referring to the Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s successful governance in the state says Narendra Modi said in a rally at Goa that the media is limiting itself to Delhi and not going beyond it.  He said that Manohar Parrikar could have hit the headlines if he were at Delhi.  

Saying that Modi expressed his opinion that it is the place that has made Kejriwal popular but not because of what he did or doing.


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