It’s been mixed two months. And May 26 to July 30 – cannot be the timeframe to judge a government’s acts.
Whatever have been there – the developments in these two months – cannot be the elements of writing the script for the coming five years.
But, then, in Indian politics, where morality has become an unknown entity, even one week is more than enough to give the opponents the arsenal to attack when the acts fall short of the promises made.
And it has been the case.
In the run-up of the General Elections 2014, the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) had run an intensive campaign, and Narendra Modi had overwritten every established norm of election campaigning by his hardwork.
And central to his hardwork was his promise of delivering India from the bad governance of the United Progressive Alliance government. He pitched for making India Congress free. He gave the Indians the dream of good days.