The great Indian elections are over. The world’s largest democracy has spoken and spoken audibly. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is back in power with an overwhelming majority. The previous term of Modi was more about building the trust of people, which was very much reflected in the results of the 2019 elections. Despite many economic reforms like Demonetisation, GST and Central Bank’s policy revamps being subjected to long harangues by opposition leaders, the young Indian electorate voted for Modi’s ‘niyaat’ (intention) to make a new India.
Prime Minister Modi did a Lee Kuan Yew, by appointing policy wonk and former diplomat S. Jaishankar as the Union Cabinet Minister for External Affairs. Mr. Jaishankar is the first former Foreign Secretary to join the government without being a member of the ruling party. A diplomat extraordinaire, Mr. Jaishankar was also responsible for boosting India’s campaign for a seat at the Nuclear Suppliers Group and other export control regimes. As India’s Ambassador to China in Beijing, he played a vital role in handling the issue of stapled visa for Indian citizens from Arunachal Pradesh and later, as Foreign Secretary, he steered the response to the 73-day Doklam standoff in 2017. Lee Kuan Yew was known for infusing technocracy into governance. This unprecedented appointment is an attempt to add further strategic heft and vibrancy to India’s external engagement. A teaser of India’s new diplomacy was seen when BIMSTEC leaders were invited for swearing-in of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
When Modi took oath as Prime Minister in 2014, he had invited leaders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), including Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had attended the event. The idea was to focus on India’s neighbourhood. As a teaser of India’s new diplomacy, this time, Prime Minister Modi chose to invite leaders of Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC), another regional grouping in which six SAARC nations are members except Pakistan.
In his first media address after taking charge as the EAM, Mr. Jaishankar said, “India should follow a generous policy to pave the way for better connectivity with countries in South Asia and should incentivise cooperation in the neighbourhood by often stepping out and not emphasising too much on reciprocity. SAARC has certain problems and I think we know. Even if you were to put terrorism issue aside, there are connectivity issues, there are trade issues out there. If you look why BIMSTEC leaders were invited for the swearing-in because we see today an energy, a possibility, a mindset in BIMSTEC which fits with our very optimistic vision of economic cooperation.”
After the Uri attack of 2016, India boycotted the SAARC summit, after which the summit was called off. India then invited BIMSTEC leaders to the BRICS outreach summit in Goa in 2016. The 2018 BIMSTEC summit in Nepal saw counterterrorism as a broad theme. The grouping passed a resolution demanding that states that “encourage, support or finance terrorism, provide sanctuaries to terrorists and terror groups be held accountable.”
Policy experts across the globe are predicting an unfortunate end of the SAARC regime. However, BIMSTEC is more valuable, not for India but also for the global polity. BIMSTEC was constituted to harness shared and accelerated growth through mutual cooperation in different areas of common interests by mitigating the onslaught of globalization and by utilizing regional resources and geographical advantages. BIMSTEC acts as a bridge between South and South East Asia and symbolises a reinforcement of relations among these countries. Demographically the region is home to around 1.5 billion people which constitute around 22% of the global population with an integrated gross domestic product (GDP) of 2.7 trillion economy. Economically in the last five years, BIMSTEC States were able to sustain an average 6.5% growth trajectory despite the global financial meltdown. “This commitment is driven by… the potential economic rewards of greater regional connectivity,” notes Constantino Xavier in his paper Bridging the Bay of Bengal: Toward a Stronger BIMSTEC for Carnegie India.
Modi 2.0 has set its priorities straight. Global governance and building India as a strategic power in the Asian region is quintessential if India wants to continue its dominance as a major economic power in global politics. Today, diplomacy is all about trade and the military. India faces major problems when it comes to project implementation and institutional coordination. With Pakistan out of the picture with strengthening political will and untapped potential of BIMSTEC, India looks at it as a route to ensure connectivity and enhance regional trade to deal with project completion issues.
Greater coordination among countries ensures greater integration of resources both logistical and technical. Within a week of coming into power, the new Government has sent its signals wide and clear. It would be interesting to see how Modi 2.0 will shape the neighbourhood policy in the coming years.
Narendra Modi ! Who is this man ? Let us examine his geneaology from the Indian Scriptures,extolled by him and his race !
He is the son of a Ayah and he himself was a Tea seller on a rail platform. In addition, he is a Gujarati – who are also called Bastards in the Mahabharata ! dindooohindoo
The Mahabharata , Book 8: Karna Parva ,Section 45
The Pancalas observe the duties enjoined in the Vedas; the Kauravas observe truth; the Matsyas and the Surasenas perform sacrifices, the Easterners follow the practices of the Shudras; the Southerners are fallen; the Vahikas are thieves; the Saurashtras are bastards.
In essence,Modi is a Bania.These Banias have NEVER FOUGHT a war for India,in the last 5000 years ! However, they INCITE AND BRAINWASH SONS OF POOR FARMERS AND DALITS,TO DIE FOR WARS OF THE INDIAN NATION.These wars AROSE, due to the BLUNDERS AND FALSE EGO,of the same BANIAS,who are in the bureaucracy,and the POLITY.
Has a single Bania EVER died for India ? Nein !
The Banias financed the Brits,and brought in the Sakas and Mughals ………..
The Banias provided vital intel,to the invaders
The Banias financed the slave trade of Indians,and also the slave trade in Arabia
The Banias had the executor role, in the Bengal famine
Narendra Modi is a Bania – haunted by his origins and the history OF THE GUJARATIS – who ARE DESCRIBED AS A “BASTARD RACE” in the MAHABHARATA. What the Mahabharata means is that,these Gujaratis were born from the rapes of Gujarati women,1400 to 2000 years ago,by the Sakas,Scythians,Turks,Turkics, Afghans,Persians,Parthinians etc.
And that is WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF THE INFERIORITY COMPLEX OF INDIANS, GUJARATIS,BANIAS and their FALSE EGO AND PRIDE – which leads THEM TO CARRY OUT A GENOCIDE OF KASHMIRIS AND DALITS AND MUSLIMS – in order to establish their CREDENTIALS AS A MACHO/MARTIAL RACE – which they NEVER WERE and NEVER WILL BE.
Narendra Modi has not gotten over his humble and questionable birth,and his mother’s profession
Throughout Indian History – when men w/o pedigree,have ruled over India – they have destroyed India immediately thereafter.They all thought they were special,and from the grass roots.This is a apocalyptic trait,peculiar to Hindoos.
To hide over the “shame of their birth and upbringing” and the “vicious physical and mental torture” as children – they “gravitate to extreme forms of menial thought and cruelty” – ignoring all sage counsel – as they feel it is a sign of courage and fortitude,in the face of adversity and pressures (Like the Kashmir disaster by Modi).
I present the chronicles of Narnia (Narendra Modi of India)
Make in India = Total Disaster.
Defense Manufacturing in India = Total Disaster.
Demonetisation = Total Disaster.
Space = Disaster.
ISRO Chandrayaan has doomed all hopes.The problem of the Hindoo – 1 low brain ASAT hit and they start dreaming and jay walking.All the effect of Gau Mut-ram
Employment = Disaster.Destruction of all SME and Unorganised Jobs – FOREVER.
GST = destroyed all that was left of the SME, after the Demo
IAF = Disaster.IAF completely destroyed by the PAF.The IAF took the advice of Modi (stealth in Cloud cover).They did not send the best fighter jets against the PAF – Why ? How did 6 PAF, F-16s cross the Indian ADS (in daylight) and almost kill the Indian Army Chief and GOC-in-C Northern Command (and all escaped the Indian ADS on the way back,and the Indian ADS shot down its own Chopper)
Banking = Doomed.NPA is at least 400 Billion USD in the organised sector – RBI is defrauding the nation,by hiding and lying w.r.r. the NPA/Fraud cases,so that the corporates can cheat other banks and NBFCs and Co-operatives.
Impending DEFUNDING – AFTER RBI has circulated the credit NPAs and Fraud accounts, across the Indian public (by hiding their names,and allowing them to hoodwink depositors and bankers),one fine day,INDIANS WILL BE ASKED TO FORFEIT A % OF ALL BANK DEPOSITS and GOI investments – to finance this credit fraud distribution – JUST LIKE THE US SUB PRIME PLAN !
MUDRA loans are 150 Billion USD of which at least 40% will disappear.Then there is the informal banking disaster (NBFC/Chit Funds etc.).
Kashmir – DISASTER
COVID LOCKDOWN – COMPLETE DISASTER.India has HIGHEST NUMBER OF CASES IN THE WORLD – IN TERMS OF DAILY COUNT – EVER.Industry and Banks are destroyed FOREVER.Once COVID reaches farms – AGRI WILL ALSO BE DESTROYED, AND THAT WILL BE THE DOOM.
GDP – MINUS 24% is a lie.Exclude the Govtt sector from GDP and the decline will be 65%.When a Govtt company produces goods and pays GST – it is just a transfer pricing of taxes.If Private sector dies for 9 months – at least the SME and Unorganised part,will NEVER return.How will the GOI earn revenue BESIDES TAXING FUEL,NICTOTINE AND ALCOHOL (and exporting Cow piss cola) ?
The Trinity of Doom – DEMO + GST + COVID LCOKDOWN ! Covid has nailed the coffin – forever.
Crowning glory is the GALWAN AND PRC Disaster.
Superlative Glory is the COVID disaster
But the Indians and the World still DO NOT GET IT !