Narendra Modi biography, the official one has been written for three years now but not being published because among others it has inadequacies.Modi has been a much loathed Indian Politician from the Indian state of Gujarat.He has been in power since the year 2001.He was re-elected as the Chief Minister in 2007 riding on the wave of a campaign where he justified the fake encounter of a presuned Muslim gangster by his state police.Sohrabuddin, the man killed in the fake encounter was taken out of a bus along with his wife and butchered by the Gujarat police.His wife was also killed and her body burnt without the remains being found.A Hindu friend and eyewitness to the episode was also killed a few years later.
Narendra Damodardas Modi was born on September 17, 1950, Gujarat, India.He was born in Vadnagar, a town in the northern Mehsana district of Gujarat.Narendra Modi completed his schooling in Vadnagar and did his masters degree in Political Science from Gujarat University.
Modi started as a Tea-Seller on Ahmedabad Bus Station and by utilising his adversity to his benefits a trait that has become a hallmark of his political career too, achieved something many Indians at his social level could not.While it is claimed in the official biography that he is bachelor, a woman called Jashodaben has been referred to as his wife. Recently, an interview was published on Youtube from her.The video says, “I Jashodaben Modi, am the wife of Narendra Kumar Modi the son of Damodar Mulchanddas Modi, a resident of Kalavasudev Chachar, Vadnagar.
I am working in Rajosana primary school. We were married in 1968. I am still keeping the book gifted by him, Sangharsh Ma Gujarat, and also have a picture of his.
He was 22 to 25 years old when that picture was taken. By possessing that book I feel that my husband is still with me even if he is far away. He tore away all the pictures of our marriage because he never wanted even a single photo to remain with me.”
It is speculated that Modi was married as a Child and walked off one fine day. For this man from north Gujarat, life began from running a tea canteen at Ahmedabad”s teeming bus terminus. Once he joined the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS), Modi worked as a ”pracharak” in the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh where people remember him as a docile and humble man, an image contrary to his present one.
During Modi”s tenure in New Delhi as the BJP”s national spokesman in the late 1990s, he went to the US for a three-month course on public relations and image management. This apparently now helps him to get the publicity he desires.
Narendra Modi’s abilities and leadership qualities were seen in the early days of his student life when he became the student leader of Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (All India Students Council). He played a prominent role in the anticorruption movement in 1974 in Gujarat.
He entered politics in 1987 by joining the Bharatiya Janata Party. Within a year, he was elevated to the level of General Secretary of the Gujarat unit of the party. In 1995 he was made the National Secretary of the party in-charge of five major states in India – a rare distinction. He traveled extensively through out the world, which helped him to develop a global perspective.