With about 2019 coming within a week, the political tension in the country about the Loksabha polls is also rising in the political background. This year will decide wheather Narendra Modi be continuing his tenure as the Prime Minister or it will be Rahul Gandhi who will take the game from BJP’s hand.
Narendra Modi came into power in 2014 by winning the majority seats. It was also a game changer that India has witnessed. But in this five year tenure there are many factors that the citizens has faced right from the demonetization to the implementation of GST. There has been a political war going on in the country since Namo came into power.
The policies implemented by the government for the betterment of the people did not prove to be as such. The opposition kept on digging till the depth and brought in backlogs in the policies designed by the government. The following years also witnessed the flying away Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi whose blame game also became the issue of political warfare.
The major isssues that were trending in the years are demonetization which was the banning of old 500 and 1000 rupee notes. The problems that the common man had faced in that time was hectic. Though, it may have some good deeds in the coming future in the long term. Its idea was good but it lacked implementation which caused the chaos. The next one is the implementation of single tax structure i.e. GST (Goods and Services Tax). Here also the government had to face many criticism as the citizens think that the prices of the goods had raised a lot as the % at which the GST was charged was 5%, 18% and 28%. That too the rates had charged the at two level i.e. CGST (central GST) and SGST (state GST). The charging of these in two levels had increased the price at a huge level. The opposition kept on attacking the government on the policies designed.
Rahul Gandhi is coming back and has started their campaign with a big wins in the 3 states. The hopes in the Congress are raising day by day with the wins whereas BJP is strategizing for continuing their tenure and focusing so that they don’t back up in the 2019.
It will be interesting to see who takes the throne of Prime Minister for the next 5 years.