Ultimate Test For Vishwaguru

The time of ultimate test of Vishwaguru Yojana is approaching. For a year, the city and districts, subdivisions of the entire country have covered by the, advertisement of the great yajna, ths G-20 is at the door step . 

The international stamp that Prime Minister Narendra Modi urgently needs in the election season can be given by the top leaders of the world’s nineteen most powerful countries sitting on the stage of the Bharat Mandapam.

Not only the country, but to the whole world, he is showing light, Modi said with pride in the no-confidence motion of the Lok Sabha in the recent monsoon session. 

Not to mention that the work done in this Amritkalkhand will have an impact for the next thousand years. 

Even from the Red Fort, he repeatedly gave assurances of a thousand years to his ‘family’ in the air of the last hearing.

 He is the one who says again and again, , he thinks ‘big’ they are stupid who think ” small “. 

But if Narendra Modi himself says it will not be enough. “His Excellency” the G-20 countries should bow down and say this at Pragati Maidan in Delhi. 

In the Joint Declaration, we must ensure that India again gets the best seat in the World Assembly on paper. 

This has been proven over the years, the world’s best brands do very well in the voting market. This mythology of reverse colonialism can bring addiction close to the opium of religion where the huts are without lamps, the farmers are landless, the settlements are subject to superstitions. 

Those who were once enslaved by this country, today they salute India’s self-reliance. Vaccines and medicines sent by India to the first world to conquer pandemic. Modi has taken India’s yoga to the world. There is no beat to this campaign.

Modi first imported democracy’s philanthropy when he took charge of the G20 in Indonesia almost a year ago. Told, “Our guests will have a wonderful experience of India’s amazing diversity, rich heritage and cultural richness. We hope all of you will attend this unique celebration in India.” 

On that day too, the country heard the repetition of his patriotism in his Independence Day speech.

If it is seen from the Sanskrit documents of Arthashastra, Manusamhita, Yajnavalkya Smriti, Mahabharata Rajdharma stage that the main mode of governance in ancient India was monarchy and not democracy, then it is not necessary to argue about it here. 

What is more important to understand on the eve of G-20 is that Modi is using the allegations against himself as a shield in the world and is gradually building the theory of Vishwaguru from there.

But no matter how much the BJP and the government want to put their captain under an unusually strong light before the G-20, in the world judgment, that guruism looks weak so far. 

It has been two and a half years since the Chinese fork did not come out of the throat. The relationship is hanging on by a thread. The BRICS summit in South Africa started yesterday. Initially Narendra Modi was reluctant to join it. 

The reason for the reluctance is obvious, the presence of Xi Jinping. Re-encounter, re-discomfort, re-opening the opponent’s mouth. But when Modi decided to attend after the special request of the South African president, there is a strong effort to come to an agreement with China before the G20. 

He want one scope, so that at least it can be said that the red army has retreated from the remaining areas of eastern Ladakh. 

South Block looks desperate enough in this regard. Modi can sit side by side with Xi Jinping in BRICS. 

18 consecutive military-level meetings were held in two and a half years to resolve the border conflict between the two countries. 

Recently the 29th edition ran for two consecutive days. The joint statement at the end of the meeting promised to resolve the India-China border crisis as soon as possible, which has never happened before. 

Needless to say, the pressure and the rush is immense from the Indian side. If the Chinese conundrum is not resolved before the G-20, there is a high possibility of harassment on the country’s soil. 

Modi rocked with the Chinese president, shared the history of Mamallapuram and the scenery of Wuhan Lake. 

From 2014 to the Galwan clash of June 2020, Narendra Modi not only held two domestic meetings with Xi Jinping, but also held summit meetings eighteen times. But not one in the last two and a half years!

If the ice does not melt in the BRICS this time, a part of the diplomatic circle is also raising doubts about whether the Chinese president will come to the G-20 in September. 

At the recent SCO summit, only India opposed Xi’s Uber project. Supported the Philippines’ anti-Chinese legal stance in the South China Sea.

 Fighting against the inclusion of pro-Chinese countries in BRICS. In June, the prime minister also condemned expansionism in the US Congress without naming China. It has certainly stimulated Modi’s immediate gallery (the US Congress), but the dragon’s breath has to be managed this time.

For the sake of argument, let’s assume that the two leaders are able to put some veneer on the Ladakh aggression issue even though they applauded at the BRICS summit in Johannesburg. 

But even after that, the issue that remains, the solution is not even in the hands of ‘Vishwaguru’. 

Two of the most important meetings of the G-20 in the past year were at the level of Foreign Ministers and Defence Ministers. Both are affected by the Russia-Ukraine war. 

A joint statement could not be reached. Bloc politics that has come back with a new look has left the international system in a horizontal shape. It would be naive to expect the G-20 to sound like Beethoven’s symphony there.

But he is not Aladdin. The Kremlin is yet to clarify whether Vladimir Putin will come to Delhi in person to attend the G20. The matter is in flux. Will he want to sit at the same table with the top leaders of the West who are eager to isolate him after the Ukraine attack? 

Whether he comes or not, the way the geopolitical situation is virtually at a standstill over the Ukraine war will be reflected on the Bharat Mandapam stage. 

In that case, would it be possible for the twenty countries to unite on issues of great importance to the world, such as ensuring the security of food, fuel and fertilizers, and taking the international supply system back to the old place? 

Although the Prime Minister said that the geopolitical language is changing, the whole world is looking to India to solve the crisis. 

He also pre-emptively sang the slogan ‘One World One Family One Future’ for the G20, which sounds great, but is ridiculously unrealistic. 

As a result, the balloon that was floated in the eyes of the whole world with the dream of India’s supremacy, whether the upcoming heat of the G-20 will allow it to float, there is a fear inside the South Block also.

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