or NGOs say, 'I think Bt Cotton has great potential for Gujarat'. And Bt Cotton took root there. And that is one reason why India is one of the biggest exporters of cotton in the world.
It all suggests that here is a CM who is willing to take all the necessary steps that need to be taken, but does that mean Modi is a strong contender for the post of PM. The answer is there too many assumptions. And it is very foolish to make a giant leap on the basis of what has happened. Also, were Modi to actually become the PM, can we have the same kind of dynamism in the country that he has shown in turning around Gujarat? That again is a train of thought based on a series of assumptions.
Running a state is far easier than running a central government. And let us not forget no matter how powerful you are at the Centre, the action only gets taken in the state. So, Narendra Modi as a PM confronted by a CM in Gujarat who does not function as well means that investment does not come into India.