Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s extremist party BJP had got a land sliding triumph in the Indian elections 2014 on the basis of anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan slogans. Therefore, since the Prime Minister Modi came to power, he has been implementing anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan agenda with the support of fanatic coalition outfits. Now, same slogans-based policy has become the BJP strategy to win the Indian general elections 2019.
Intensifying state terrorism in the Indian Occupied Kashmr (IOK), as per instructions of the Prime Minister Modi, Indian forces have accelerated ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC), as Modi wants to divert the attention of Indians from the domestic problems and scandals such as corruption etc. Another major purpose of the BJP-led government is to malign Pakistan and its security agencies by creating war-hysteria inside India to win the forthcoming elections 2019.
In his anti-Muslim and anti-Pakistan rhetoric, Modi has forgotten the internal problems which general masses of India, especially the government servants are facing. Instead of improving the economy of the country, Modi wants to make India, an economic power to counter China in regional and global markets. In order to win the forthcoming elections, Modi’s hastily planned economic reforms have created many domestic social evils in the country and have resulted into wearisome economic policies for citizens.