Being a Prime Minister is no easy job. It requires a lot of hard work and seriousness. Atal Bihari Vajpayee one of the best orators that the country has ever seen too looked bogged down and his sense of humour very often missing after he took over the Prime Minister of India.
The same appears to be the case with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well. His election rallies ahead of the 2014 elections were nothing short of blockbusters. The speeches were powerful laced with one-liners and plenty of humour. He could keep the crowd both engaged and in splits at the same time.
However three years down the line, the man we saw at the election rallies is not the same. He is stressed as there is a lot of work to do says a source close to him. The man does not sleep says another. Let us take you down memory lane and recall some of his one-liners.
Beaten and bruised after the BJP stormed Uttar Pradesh, the opposition parties have decided to come forward and challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The grand alliance comprising almost all parties have decided to fight the 2019 elections unitedly to beat the Modi-Amit Shah led BJP.
Brain storming sessions have been held after the UP elections and it was decided that the only way to stop the Modi juggernaut is stand united and fight him. While in principle, all the parties in the opposition have decided to come together, they are yet to decide on a consensus candidate to lead this grand alliance.
The pollsters were spot on. All predicted a mammoth victory for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh and they were proven right.
There are many factors that have gone into the victory.
Brand Narendra Modi is intact in Uttar Pradesh. He not just trumped the Mandir wave of 1991, but also managed to repeat his performance 2014 performance in this massive state of Uttar Pradesh.
New Delhi, Nov 11 Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the nation by storm on Tuesday night when he declared the Rs 500, 1,000 notes as invalid.
His decision led to panic among those who were holding huge amounts of unaccounted cash.