The Times on India’s PM candidate, Narendra Modi

The Times Of India | May 13, 2019 14:29:17PM Modi’s prime ministerial candidate for the 2019 election, Narendra Modis Modi, may have the highest profile in Indian politics, but his political career is nothing compared to the story of his father, the late Prime Minister, who had a long and distinguished career.

Modi’s father, Sardar Patel, was a staunch nationalist and a strong advocate of the Hindutva movement, a nationalist and populist ideology that had its origins in the 18th century, but was widely promoted during the British colonial rule.

The ideology was later absorbed by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), a party founded by Patel.

Modis father had a strong personal and professional relationship with the late British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who he met in 1946, and he was known to have taken an interest in the British-inspired nationalism that was popular at the time.

His father had been a fierce critic of British colonialism, and his father was deeply religious and a devotee of Mahatma Gandhi.

Modin’s father’s political career began in the 1930s, when he served as minister for foreign affairs under Nehru and his successor, Jawaharlal Nehru, in the Congress party, which was founded in 1946.

He later became the secretary general of the party, and was a key member of the National Conference and the Indian National Congress, the political wing of the Congress.

Modiji has been one of the most vocal supporters of Hindutvahavat, or the Hindu nationalist ideology.

In the mid-1950s, he came out in support of the RSS-affiliated Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, which advocated a Hindu nationalist, Hindu nationalist movement in India.

The BJP, the ruling party in the state of Gujarat, had been in power since 1984.

The Modi government, under Modi, had a hardline stance on various issues, including the communal violence in Gujarat, and it came under pressure to change its stance on India.

Modani’s father had strong ties with the British during the independence movement, and had worked for a number of Indian prime ministers, including Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi, who were ardent supporters of British rule in India and of British colonialism.

He also supported the Indian freedom fighters in Indochina, and the British occupation of Burma in 1945.

He was also a strong supporter of the anti-colonial movement.

Modikar’s political life in the 1940s and 1950s was more of a career than a political career, but it was not a bad one, especially as he had the backing of his son and senior government officials.

The former prime minister of India, Jawad Ahmed, had worked with Modis father, and as a result, the Nehru-Gandhi-led Indian National Front (INCF) had strong links to the British and the INCF was also led by Modis son, Akhilesh Yadav.

In 1954, the then Prime Minister Jawahars government, headed by Modi, formed the National Democratic Front (NDF), an alliance of the NDF, the Congress, and two independent political parties, the National Students’ Union and the National Women’s Union.

The NDF was the third major political party to form after the two major political parties led by Nehru were formed in the 1950s and the BJP formed in 1951.

Modiyar’s son, who became the prime minister in 1994, had to overcome a long list of obstacles in his attempt to become the country’s prime minister.

The country had not elected a Prime Minister in a democratically-elected system since 1945, and India was experiencing a political crisis at that time.

The political turmoil in the country, and an inability of the government to come to a consensus on major issues such as national security, were the two biggest hurdles.

In the last few years, the Modi government has done its best to get through these two major challenges to Modi’s political standing and has also sought to improve the lives of the Indian people.

It has launched a number major initiatives, including a national education programme, the Universal Child Care Benefit and the Rural Housing Scheme, and has taken steps to combat the menace of corruption and graft.

Modivar’s father has also taken several steps to improve his political standing, including by taking a tough stance on the issue of corruption.

In July 2018, the country had witnessed the largest-ever mass movement to curb corruption, and Modi, who was then the chief minister of Gujarat state, had introduced a law that had the support of both his father and the Congress government.

Modifkar’s father also took some bold steps to boost his political fortunes.

He had taken a hard line on the Indo-Pak border dispute and was critical of the BJP, which had led the Congress to power in the State.

The Congress government had also launched a controversial probe into the sale of a large amount of gold to Pakistan