Despite economic slowdown Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the second edition under Prime Minister Narendra Modi is buoyant of recovering ailing health of the nation. The second edition has seen some of the politically wise decisions and writing off the past mistakes may it be the abrogation of Article 370 which was introduced as ‘temporarily’ clause of the constitution, giving new entity to Jammu and Kashmir and Ladhak as union territories so that they can reap-in share of the development pie, pledge to rein in corruption and terrorism. “The country has just seen the ‘trailer’ of the fast functioning of the government within hundred days and the entire ‘film still remains to be seen’,” he had said. The Prime Minister reiterated his commitment to securing the dignity of Muslims citing the passing of the triple talaq bill in the first session of Parliament in Modi 2.0. Talking about the two newly formed Union Territories, Modi said, “We aim to bring about development in J&K and Ladakh, the work for which has begun in the first 100 days of NDA 2.0.” He also referred to how Jharkhand earlier lacked transparency and witnessed scams, but Chief Minister Raghubar Das made efforts to bring transparency in the last nearly five years. The PM’s words of praise of his party government comes ahead of the state assembly election in Jharkhand later this year. The biggest issue facing the government is India’s slowing economy. And at the heart of India’s economic slowdown has been a slump in the manufacturing sector especially in the automobile sector. Passenger vehicle sales, which are an important indicator of domestic demand, have plummeted in recent months. So far so good, for the health of economy.
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