It is the most popular and hottest topic in India right now that who will become the next prime minister of the country. The largest democracy in the world is all set to choose its new leader this year in general election for electing 16th Lok Sabha of the Parliament. There is a big list of leaders who are looking to become the leader of the nation but only a few among them are likely having better chances than others.
Even though there are some controversies in his account and numerous allegations regarding riots in Gujarat, Narendra Modi is still the most popular choice for being the Prime Minister of India. He has been declared as the candidate for the same by the second largest party in the nation and his blunt & never say never attitude have made him popular among general public and his remarkable work as Chief Minister of Gujarat gives him an edge that no other one has.
Current Prime Minister of the country, globally known as an ace economist is the only prime minister after Jawahar Lal Nehru who regained the office after completing the fiver year term. Though he was never the first choice for the post but still he managed for two successful terms as prime minister and looking solid for the third term too.
The former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, who calls herself as leader of Dalit’s and backward people, Mayawati emerged as a strong contender in past few years, as she has a great grip in the state with most numbers of Lok Sabha seats.
The chief of Samajwadi Party, the party running Uttar Pradesh right now, Mulayam Singh Yadav has pretty chances to the throne as he also have the as strong grip in the large state as Mayawati.
The Prince of Congress who played a crucial role in past two general elections, Rahul Gandhi has been projected as the future Prime Minister of the country. He has the largest party backing him and his family background is an added advantage for him.
His rise to the position of the Chief Minister of Delhi is no less than a movie thriller, a couple of years back, no one knew who this guy is, but this young former administrator who took part in Anna Hazare’s fast and protests against corruption is now one of the most popular leaders in the country, making him a heavy contender for the office of the Prime Minister of India.