Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa Endorses Narendra Modi for Prime Minister till 2029

Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa Endorses Narendra Modi for Prime Minister till 2029

This is the full talk of the iconic Kannada and pan-India novelist, Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa in which he passionately and logically gives reasons why Narendra Modi must remain India’s Prime Minister till 2029.

Dr. Bhyrappa speaks on wide-ranging themes such as how the Indian economy has been put on an upward trajectory, how Narendra Modi’s astute and path-breaking foreign policy has ensured that India has acquired a new status of respect on the global stage, and how PM Modi has rooted out the pervasive malaise of corruption in the highest levels of the Government.

Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa is perhaps the only last remaining writers, thinkers, and incisive observers of politics, culture, civilisation, society, and public life of his vintage, which endows his words with a rare authority and credibility. He has lived through an entire era: from the sunset days of the British colonial rule in India, the freedom movement, and the post-Independence years dominated by the Nehru dynasty. Added to this is Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa’s own personal experience of these eventful decades, the insights he gives are priceless. In his long career as an academic and his chosen, life-long Tapas as a novelist, he has analysed the vicissitudes that the Hindu civilisation, culture and people have gone through and the fate of the crude and token democracy that gave rise to the Indian state.

It is from this long and well-lived life and a treasure house of experiences that Dr. Bhyrappa has accumulated that he brings forth in full flow in this talk where he repeatedly emphasises that Indians must elect Narendra Modi not just for the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections but till 2029.

It is a highly instructive video, one that should be watched repeatedly and circulated widely.

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