BJP has won a majority of the state elections from the time Narendra Modi has become the Prime Minister. However, there are some signs that can worry the BJP honchos. The biggest of them is the GST and bank scams. GST is something that has affected the middle-class pocket badly. The price of almost every commodity has shot up. There is also large scale wrong implementation of this new tax regime. The result is that the common people’s cost of living index has shot up sizable.
The second cause of worry for Modi and his bandwagon is the bank scams that keep repeating. This seems to be the new trend of large-scale fraudulence. The kickbacks and cut money seemingly are things of the past! Now, to confiscate money is easy! Taking a huge amount of loan with the help of bribe and political connections and run with the pack load of moolah!
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However, the scam is not as big a problem for the masses as the way the banks have started to recover money from the common people. We Indians are used to fraudulence, cheating and other nefarious activities. What the people were not used to is the unknown bank charges every now and then without any explanations and reasoning.
To the couple, this is what everyone is seeing and what never appears in the mainstream media: lack of employment generation and opportunities for the youth. The young people who form the majority of the Indian population is getting increasingly frustrated at the lack of job opportunities coming up to them. In West Bengal and Haryana, the news has come out in open that majority of the applicants for the post of peon has been the PhDs!
BJP government at the center has nosed dived in terms of economic performance. If the Indian economy is not in the right direction, how far the Hindutva agenda can carry the party to the common men is something of a circumspect! Sooner than later the very weight of hardship among common people will start reflecting on the election results. This is what the oppositions are banking on as their role as an effective opposition to the incumbent is rather lackluster.