Without Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Narendra Modi could not have become the Prime Minister

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Bangla Hunt Desk: Today is the death anniversary of the late former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Atal Bihari Vajpayee was a leader of the country who was not only praised by his supporters. His opponents were also five-faced in his praise. He also had a lot of support behind the appointment of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of our country.

Very few people know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at one point in his life, left his political and worldly life behind and went into hiding. It is rumored that Modiji was studying in the US at the time, and the then Prime Minister was on a visit to the US. When Atalji found out that Narendra Modi was in the United States in hiding, he called Narendra Modi and said, ‘It will not work if he runs away like this, how long will he stay here? Come to Delhi ”

The incident is described in Chapter 12 of the book “Har Nahi Manunga – Atal Ek Jibon Gantha” written by veteran journalist Vijay Trivedi. According to the book, Modi moved to Delhi a few days after Narendra Modi met Atalji in America. He was then tasked with strengthening the organization with a room in the BJP's old Ashok Road office in Delhi. At that time, Modiji's office had only a table and two chairs for furniture.

One morning in October 2001, Modi was present at a crematorium in Delhi for the funeral of a colleague. At that time, Atalji called Modiji to himself. At that time, Promod Mahajan, Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj were very important in the BJP. At that time, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was in cahoots with the then Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel in Gujarat politics. Because in Gujarat at that time Keshubhai's popularity was declining due to his family politics.

In 2000, the BJP lost the Ahmedabad and Rajkot municipal elections, mainly due to Keshubhai's disability. On September 20, 2001, the BJP lost the Ahmedabad, Ellisbridge and Sabarkantha assemblies. The Ellisbridge Assembly belonged to Gandhinagar, the Lok Sabha seat of veteran BJP leader LK Advaniji. The party high command then thought that if this continued, the defeat of the BJP in the 2003 assembly elections would be certain.

And with that in mind, they thought of removing Chief Minister Keshubhai from office. On October 7, 2001, Narendra Modi became the new Chief Minister of Gujarat at the behest of Atalji. And from there his door opened under the central leadership.

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