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In testing times ahead Modi will have the last laugh

DNJAI84485 | 1/14/2018 | Author : Jagdeesh Chandra | WC :1047 | City-Jaipur

In a departure from usual interview, Zee Regional CEO Jagdeesh Chandra enters into a dialogue with viewers while analysing the challenges of Modi government. An Excerpt:
A dialogue with JC

Q: What are the challenges ahead for Narendra Modi and Amit Shah?
JC: Modi and Shah have been facing challenges all through... this year the biggest challenge is to win Karnataka and then they will have to form governments in 7 states which are going to polls next... today there are 3-4 major challenges before Modi government... to get rid of agriculture distress, unemployment, third challenge is to make the campaign against black money successful and fourth task is to make GST reform successful. Apart from that getting youth power together is also a big challenge.

Q: Is their pair really invincible?
JC: Sometimes even people of Congress say that it is tough to defeat the pair of Amit Shah and Modi... in broader terms
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