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Country will fall behind 50 Years, If PM Modi loses the 2019 Election, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Country will fall behind 50 Years, If PM Modi loses the 2019 Election, says Nirmala Sitharaman: You all should know that Indian Politics is quite hot nowadays because Election 2019 is coming. We are going to see the new PM? Or we are going to see PM Modi again in the power. Sources are saying that the people are going to pick the strongest one and that’s what we should really do. Now, we aren’t saying that anything is going to be easy for the Modi as it was back in 2014. Things changed a lot and somehow the Modi wave is quite affected in a positive and negative way both.

India will face a setback of 50 years if PM Modi is not re-elected, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Well, now the Defense minister of Indian government Nirmala Sitharaman said that the country would face a setback of 50 years if Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not return to power. She did use these exact words to describe the problem and said that this is what going to happen in a long run. Overall, we think that the Indian people would do a right thing and they’ll pick the right government but this is a slap for all the other parties because this statement indicates that no one is better than Modi, right now.

She said, “If we are laid back and if you lose the momentum for having a strong good majority government, we will be facing a setback of 50 years at least,” she gave that statement speaking at an informal interaction organized by Thinkers Forum in Bengaluru on Sunday. Even she added that India would be disfavoring first-time voters if the BJP’s work is not recognized. Overall, these words are quite serious and really a big deal for the other parties.

She claimed that there was not even a whisper of corruption from 2014-2019. She was saying that her government is doing everything and our Prime Minister Modi is more than ready to fight the corruption and would take the Indian country to the next level.“Last five years have been intense working. You see the Prime Minister without a day’s break working and all of us from our ministries being pulled up and inspired.