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Publication Date: 1 April 2013
On 26 December 2012, Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Gujarat for the fourth time to extend his record tenure in office. "Mass Murderer" or "Development Man"? It depends on which side of the spectrum he is viewed from, because Narendra Modi is one of those politicians whose name prompts extremes of hate-filled anger or outright adulation. Despite polarizing Gujarat and India in more ways than one, Modi brilliantly does what it takes to survive in a democracy: Win Elections. Written by veteran journalist and writer Nilanjan Mukhopadhyay, after several in-depth interviews, meticulous research and extensive travel through Gujarat, this book reveals hitherto unknown aspects of Narendra Modi's psyche as a six year-old boy selling tea to help out his father and distributing badges and raising slogans at the behest of a local political leader, abandoning his family and wife in search of his definition of truth, initiation into the RSS as a fledgling who ran errands for his seniors, his idea of Gujarati pride and Indian-ness and finally his meteoric rise which gave him a distinct identity post the 2002 Godhra riots.
Amazon offers you Narendra Modi: The Man, The Times at just Rs. 172 only. BJP leader Narendra Modi, all set to become India's 14th prime minister, has got a spectacular victory in the Lok Sabha elections. The book explores the various facets to Modi's personality, from him being accused of murder, to being applauded for bringing about development. This book has been written, after a good amount of in-depth research on Narendra Modi. Order now before the book is out of stock.