Modi’s megalomania Crosses all boundaries

In Akhilesh Yadav

Updated Mar 31, 2019 | 12:00 IST | Frank Huzur

Megalomania of Narendra Modi has crossed the boundaries of morality, social and political. His publicity stunt department has been spending thousands of crores on painting his image on the mind of vulnerable youngsters and semi-literate citizens of the country.

Mr Modi is in a gory guffaw on a paper and plastic Tea container of Indian Railways train riders, boarding pass of aeroplanes, T-shirt, Cash voucher of Town square Annapoorna Agarwal sweet shop and virtually every where peeping out. Namo TV ensures a pervasive invasion of your drawing room privacy too.

At the same time, majority of people in the country are distressed by the hardships of economic depression and income inequality.

Isn’t the elephantine advertising blitz with thousands of dollars mocking the majority of electorates who are in search of bread and jobs? Isn’t it just as good as pouring milk over deity bust while millions of malnourished children continue to slip into social apocalypse?

Modi’s squander of public money on building

Megalomania of Narendra Modi has crossed the boundaries of morality, social and political. His publicity stunt department has been spending thousands of crores on painting his image on the mind of vulnerable youngsters and semi-literate citizens of the country.

Mr Modi is in a gory guffaw on a paper and plastic Tea container of Indian Railways train riders, boarding pass of aeroplanes, T-shirt, Cash voucher of Town square Annapoorna Agarwal sweet shop and virtually every where peeping out. Namo TV ensures a pervasive invasion of your drawing room privacy too.

At the same time, majority of people in the country are distressed by the hardships of economic depression and income inequality.

Isn’t the elephantine advertising blitz with thousands of dollars mocking the majority of electorates who are in search of bread and jobs? Isn’t it just as good as pouring milk over deity bust while millions of malnourished children continue to slip into social apocalypse?

Modi’s squander of public money on building his brand name is an ugly exercise in a poor country. He should stop fooling around with his fictional tale of Hard Luck childhood and adolescence.

Milk and cookies for children of country are more important, Mr Modi. Majority population of country is not your crony capital cousins. They are farmers and labourers. Stop insulting them. Stop fantasy sale. Don’t misuse public exchequer to insult the poverty line.

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