Chicago. Prabhu Sinha. The 2014 Indian Lok Sabha election will select 543 members , to the national Parliament. The new Lok Sabha will elect the Prime Minister, only BJP and AAP, seems to have chosen their leader for the Prime Minister’s post. BJP’s Narendra Modi and AAP Arvind Kejriwal, both have one thing in common-fighting the Grand Old Party of Indian National Congress. While Modi has introduced the American style of Politics, Congress still empowers the Parliament Style of Politics, the Prime Minister to be chosen by elected Members of Parliament.
Seven in ten Indians are dissatisfied with the way things are going in India today, are the historic examples of a vibrant Democracy and the aspirations of the Young India emerging, with thumping demands to challenge China, United States, Canada, England and the G-8 Club of Nations. Non Resident Indians are, recently conducted a Phone Poll, to determine their issues and concerns, with 62 % prefer Arvind Kejriwal over Rahul Gandhi and Narendra Modi, to lead India’s 700 million people for better in changes and their expectations. Just 57% NRI’s are satisfied by UPA Government of Dr. Manmohan SIngh, desiring a more aggressive leader Rahul Gandhi to cope up with modernization of China. Modi’s Mission for 2014 has the support of 44% as a national leader, but short on all fronts as a International Leader, much in demanding of the India, as a emerging power.
Overseas BJP, Shiromani Akali Dal, Indian Overseas Congress and Aam Admi Party are the major Foreign Cells of the Indian Political Parties, here in the USA, Canada and England. Overseas BJP, while happy with the Ambassador Nancy Powell’s call on Modi in Gandhinagar, are in political oblivion in reference to Local Congressman, US Senators, Canadian and England Parliamentarians. Aam Admi Members, have successfully ran NRI enrollment campaign, financing New Delhi Elections and winning the confidence of NRI community at large. Indian Overseas Congress, the oldest Foreign Cell of Indian National Congress is well entrenched with the Republican and Democrats in US, Liberal, Conservative and NDP, in Canada and spearheading campaigns in England with Conservatives and Labour Party.
Post 2014 Lok Sabha election, opinions were solicited in the NRI Poll, Liberal Ajit Sandhu feels India Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh’s political weakness is going against the Congress Party and will cost it dearly, Conservative Gurmant Sidhu, echoes Aam Admi Party’s agenda of corruption, which will favor the tally of 100 seats of Aam Aadmi Party, paving the way for a New Coalition Government in South Block New Delhi. NDP member Jivan Sharma, calls for Modi’s aggressive campaign as a positive election strategy for gains in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, where Right Wing Hindus have a majority.
Aam Admi Chairman Sunil Mishra feels Rahul Gandhi, has been kept too long under her Mother Sonia Gandhi and his “inner-outer campaign” is going against him. IOC President Vikram Bajwa on the recent US diplomacy on Modi commented ” its like the issue in Ukraine, where the Leaders themselves are confused, while Modi himself is fear of entering the White House”, he is best suited for State Politics, not National. Modi cannot face the International Press in New York or Washington DC, said Bajwa and Executive Member Dr. Jayant Patel. Shiromani Akali Dal member Harjinder Dhillon, fears the Punjab ‘Drug Problem”, will diminish the expected wins in Punjab.