Nominated | Book Awards 2021 | English Non-fiction
After the mammoth victory in 2014 elections, as Modi geared up for executing his transformation agendas, Rahul initiated a spirited attack from the opposition. Many sworn enemies joined hands to launch concerted attempts at damaging Modi’s image These efforts eventually made some headway as Modi lost key by-polls and crucial state elections in 2018. However, his X-factor remained intact, further bolstered by the dramatic turn of events closer to 2019 elections, testing him to the hilt. This book takes you through the moves and countermoves that led to Modi’s victory, and also answers the ever-eluding question in politics – How to win the trust of people? It also identifies key leadership traits and does a comparative analysis between Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi, and resultantly, between BJP and Congress. The Crusader is a well-researched and informative account of how Modi won the election battle in 2019, and how he continues to fight the war for the idea of a new India.
A detailed study on how Modi won the 2019 elections, despite losing to opposition in key by-polls.
Randeep is a Management Graduate from Panjab University, currently working as a Leadership Coach & Management Consultant in his own capacity. He is backed by more than two decades of corporate experience in areas of Human Resources, Strategy, Government Affairs and Public Policy. Understanding the science behind the behaviours of leaders and people, and possessing a deep knowledge on Indian politics, gives him the unique abilityto provide insights on why political events happen the way they do, further enabling him to suggest solutions to vexed problems.