New Delhi, June 4: Baba Ramdev, who is known as one of the strongest supporters of Narendra Modi, once again reiterated that BJP should declare him the PM candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The yoga guru on Tuesday, June 4 said that Modi alone can give India a stable government.
Endorsing Modi, Ramdev earlier had claimed, "In the present situation, Narendra Modi appears as a man who is committed to development and one who can prevent corruption."
Speaking about Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, Ramdev had
said, "There is a long queue of people who want to become prime
minister. Rahul Gandhi's name is also coming up for the post of PM,
but he is not mature enough and has no vision."
Recently, Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan too had endorsed Modi as number 1 choice for BJP PM nominee. Chouhan was quoted as saying, "I stand at number 3. Narendra Modi at number 1 and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh at number 2."
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its President Rajnath Singh recently declared that they would announce its PM candidate name at right moment. However, the question regarding Modi have been haunting the party. According to experts, the party should declare its PM nominee's name ahead of the crucial general election which is expected to be held in 2014.