It will be wrong to say that the 2019 Lok Sabha elections are between PM Modi led NDA and the grand alliance. When the geopolitics is observed carefully, we can conclude the shocking fact that other powerful and enemy nations of India are trying to meddle with Indian politics, ultimately to make a weak candidate win the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
When we begin to analyse closely, we find two nations that will benefit if India’s gets a new Prime Minister who is both weak PM and has a messed-up cabinet. First and ever-green enemy is Pakistan and this is a known fact. In the last 5 years, this nation has suffered a lot, thanks to Modi government, so naturally it wants a weak Prime Minister in India after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Pakistan has openly called to defeat PM Modi led BJP government several times. Even though it is selling-off donkeys to settle off its debt, the terrorist nation hasn’t stopped conspiring on how to impose its influence on parts of Indian soil.
Another nation that badly wants a weak regime in India is the cunning China. For the last few decades, if there was any nation in Asia that maintained its dominance than it was China, but now it is not the case. Even a small nation named Vietnam recently showed guts to fight against Chinese oppression. This happened only after India stopped the Chinese at the Doklam and stood staring against it for months.
The Prime Minister of India not just isolated Pakistan without even firing a bullet but has also rattled the Chinese economy. The global giants that had earlier showed its attachment on China is now willing to invest in India. While the economy of China is slowing up, India is showing a firm growth. This trend is expected to continue in the years to come, only if India has a strong regime.
So the one-stop solution that China has is to jump into Indian election –need not say that it would be secretly– and to execute its plan of eliminating Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Now the next question is whom does China want as the next Prime Minister of India. Obviously, the first option the Chinese has is the Congress chief Rahul Gandhi. There is no special description required to show the love and rapport shared between Rahul Gandhi and the Chinese.
When there was a war like situation between India and China during the Doklam standoff, Congress chief had secretly met the Chinese envoys and made all efforts to hide it. Later on, during his Mansarovar Yatra, he secretly met the Chinese officials but revealed it accidentally.
The next option that the Chinese might be focusing is on Mamata Banerjee. After Rahul Gandhi, the front runner for the Prime Minister post from the grand alliance is the West Bengal Chief Minister. It won’t be wrong to say that she has over-taken Rahul Gandhi in the grand alliance. She has even managed to bag the support of regional parties within the grand alliance, which Rahul Gandhi has failed. In June 2018, she had put India in an embarrassing situation after she dramatically cancelled her China visit by giving weird justification.
To create instability in India, the Chinese had trained the rebels in North-east in the past. The Chinese might opt such strategies to create disturbance in India at crucial times of election so to instill disappointment on the Modi government that might end up transferring the votes to the Congress party or any other stakeholders in the grand alliance.
For more reading: China’s master plan: A weak Indian regime to emerge from elections