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Modi says our economy has doubled… My wife says NO!

Sujit Nair

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In a 45 minutes speech at the Economic Times Summit, the Prime Minister emphasized that key changes in the work culture bought about by him and his able government transformed India from a member of fragile 5 economies to a $5- Trillion economy.  I was indeed happy to learn that. As a middle class Indian I never knew that my economy was doing so well!. Worse I had no idea that my PM had changed the work culture to turn around the economy!!!!

I didn’t notice all of this probably because, I still have to bribe government officers to get a license, I still need to hire touts to get government contract, use political influence to secure Bank loans. Merit, abilities, skills still didn’t make any difference but bribe, influence and nepotism did! Nice to know that appointing a medical professional like Dr. Sambit Patra as a Director in ONGC or cricketer Chetan Chauhan as Chairman of NIFT India’s premier fashion Institute was all part of the big “Strategic Cultural Change” that the PM was bringing about.

I could never really understand the concept of economic progress, probably because while the government celebrated economic growth my vegetables, petrol, diesel, cooking gas etc. were still prohibitively expensive. My wife like always, till complaints that I don’t earn enough to live a comfortable life. My maid’s daughter couldn’t pursue Engineering degree cause my maid couldn’t afford it. Nice to know our economy is a $5 trillion.

Once again I repeat, I am a common middle class Indian and for the last four years I have been constantly made to feel proud of the same and abused and branded anti national if I dared to ask why? My simple understanding of economy is that Indian entrepreneurs and business make Indian economy grow, good government makes Indians grow. The way our economy is poised even with a worst government on the helm, Indian economy will still flourish. We need a good Prime Minister and an efficient government to better a common Indians life. If a housewife is happy, I will take that the economy is doing well. Rest all is Jumla…

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What really made BJP divorce PDP?

Sujit Nair

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While the BJP decided to pull out of PDP, Amit Shah in 2017 had said that the radicalisation and terrorism had gone down, and today days before, he said, he has decided to pull of PDP because the radicalisation has gone up. The question was Amit Shah saying the truth earlier in 2017 or is it that he is lying now? Mr. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News Network, shares his take on the matter in the video

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Congress Mukt Bharat

Sujit Nair

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While BJP has been changing its official slogan time after time, the most recent one, that is ‘Congress-Mukt Bharat’ is what seems to draw much attention. Interestingly and ironically, turns out that wherever the ruling party has tried contesting the elections against a regional party and not Congress, the BJP has faced a flat defeat. And wherever it has contested against Congress, the BJP has seen a winning streak. Is it that they need to reconsider their current slogan? Mr Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News Network shares his take on the matter in his this Editorial.

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Sampark for Samarthan: BJP’s new brand strategy

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While Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath and Amit Shah of BJP have been meeting celebrities like Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt and Milkha Singh, the more imperative question here arises as to why did it not occur to them to meet the ones stricken by the real issues like the female students of BHU who were harassed or the farmers who went on protest. What kind of brand strategy is this that the BJP is endorsing? Mr. Sujit Nair, Managing Editor of HW News, shares his take in his this Editorial.

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