Perception creates the outcome of an election. People of India are fed up of anti national opposition leaders. PM Modi’s popularity surged to 62.8% based on Cvoter survey. Mr. Rahul Gandhi’s popularity dropped to record 8% as perception grew he is foreigner with allegiance to Pakistan.
In India the terror attack, the air strike on Pakistan terror camps, Wing Commander Abhinandan episode, and continuous anti India statement by opposition leaders have made the election one sided. India stands united today with PM Modi to defeat opposition parties in every inch of India.
The nail in coffin was hammered when the opposition leaders started pitching against Indian Military questioning the air strike results and valor of Indian armed forces.
Last month, a prominent and veteran opposition leader Mulayam Singh Yadav said in the Parliament of India that he wishes Mr. Modi returned back in the Parliament as Indian PM again. By this he implied his own party’s defeat for the interest of India. Perhaps he is right. Some times Country can come before power and politics.