Narendra Modi Proves To Be The Third Most Powerful Prime Minister Of India

NARENDRA MODI PROVES TO BE THE THIRD MOST POWERFUL PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

Narendra Modi Proves To Be The Third Most Powerful Prime Minister Of India

Narendra Modi is going to be the country's third most successful Prime Minister. Famous historian Ramchandra Guha has said that Modi's name will come after Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi as a successful prime minister. The historian pointed out that the 66-year-old leader's 'charisma' and 'influence' have crossed the line of caste-religion.

At the India Summit of the London School of Economics in New Delhi, the 58-year-old Guha illustrate the characteristics of Prime Minister Modi. He said that the impact of Prime Minister and his elaborate Indian vision has brought him on the path where Nehru and his daughter were Indira Gandhi.

On Wednesday, Guha said, "We are living in a time when Narendra Modi is on the path to become the third most successful prime minister in India's history. He is a person who can put you in place of Nehru and Indira in terms of influence. With his influence, his Indian vision also goes beyond the country's borders”.

Giving lectures on Indian political history, Guha noted that discrimination with caste system and women are two unquestionable truths. 




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