Is PM, a CM of Gujrat?Till now, it is clear that the PM has been bombastic. He tries to link himself to big things none of those has been initiated by him. He wants to show people that he is the torch bearer of progress. His actions are to be seen and studied keenly. At present, he knows that there are assembly elections in Gujrat shortly. There are lot of issues unfavourable to ruling BJP in the state. Patidar stir and incumbency are the main factors, leave apart the others like slow down in business, wide spread unemployment and resentment in peasants.
He knows that the result of Gujrat assembly election is going to cast decisive shadow on his prospects of winning the general elections in 2019. Since he left Gujrat, the state has seen two CMs. They are no big faces in the state and the party. He is not leaving a single opportunity of wooing voters in Gujrat at any cost. He is organizing road shows individually and even with foreign PM just to allude the voters with glitter. He is using every jugglery to brain wash the voters.
He inaugurated the Bullet train project in Ahmedabad in Gujrat. In within week's time he inaugurated the Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujrat. The dam in question has displaced thousands of people homeless without proper rehabilitation. This dam is being projected as the life line for Gujrat. During inaugural speech, he mentioned the rehabilitation work done for Kutch Earth quake affected ( totally irrelevant to the rehabilitation of dam affected people).
He has also undertook a project of erecting a huge statue of Vallabh bhai Patel to woo the patidar ( patel) voters. Patidars have been asking for OBC reservation. They have resentment against BJP in state. He forgot that Vallabh bhai Patel was a congress leader and he banned RSS (the mother organization of BJP).