Today the whole world is grappling with the worldwide crisis of covid-19. No scientist is able to predict how long this struggle will last. The second phase of the devastation will begin when covid-19 losses. A new crisis of social, economic and diplomacy will emerge. The world will not be the same. The loyalties of nations will change. There will be a transformational transition in global trade.
The basic question before us is how India's position is in this war with Corona. Undoubtedly, the situation of India is better than many countries of the world. The credit goes to the Prime Minister of India. His priorities were clear from the beginning. First saving people's lives and then the economic side. The second picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's human side emerged when he offered to offer India's services to Brazil, the United States and neighboring countries of the South East, including Pakistan and China. He also offered to help the SAARC countries on his own behalf.
The pattern of Modi's politics is human. In this war against Corona, he has given a message to the world that politics is not only a governance skill, but human work is also the science of trade. The country considers Modi's order as there is no difference between statement and action. The whole world has become witness to how India complied with the appeals of the Prime Minister, even though India has a very large population. The other complication of this country is to be multilingual, multi-layered, multi-ethnic, multi-ethnic. It was not easy to demonstrate solidarity in a nation like India with such conflicting views.
Modi has brought India out of these terrible situations. At the time when he stepped into national politics, the walls of the Constitution were dilapidated by the individualist, communal, narrow and corruption-ridden politics of many opposition parties. Modi recovered the country from corruption, bad national security, directionless foreign policy and weak morale. Aroused national pride among the citizens. What is the difference between Narendra Modi and some opposition leaders? Why is their support graph increasing at the national and international level? This can be understood easily. Modi is a leader with strong faith and allegiance to his nation and the Constitution. He faces parliamentary debate due to his faith in the Constitution and the courts. Not only do they prefer an administrative system with high moral standards, but they also follow it themselves. They convert the problems of the nation into political visits to solve them and there is a contingency in their decision