Now that Narendra Modi has once again most successfully proved his strength in the latest elections held in Gujarat, he has added to himself much better prospects as a Prime Ministerial candidate. This was the election where he had a tough challenge to meet and he could do it thumpingly securing a comfortable majority, of course 2 less in the comparison of his 2007 elections. This difference between 117 seats in 2007 and 115 seats in the current year hardly matters as the opposition parties, mainly the Congress, left no stone unturned this time to see him marginalised if not defeated. The overall scenario viewed in its totality as it has emerged has amply projected Modi as a great national leader without getting himself confined to Gujarat alone. Such a projection is not based on any prejudice, caste bias, religion factor or the tag of a Hindu leader stigma very often attached to Modi, it has emerged totally as a factor of progress and development which people can very well see in tangible terms instead of false slogans on that count raised by other political parties times and again. People of the country, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, or any one else have every reason to believe that if Modi can play miracles in the matters of developmental activities in Gujarat for more than 6 crore population there, and that too continuously for much longer a time, why he can’t secure the same record for more than 120 crores of people in the country as a whole when given a chance to serve as the Prime Minister of India. The country needs positive results and not the empty slogans, and Modi is the one who is solidly emerging as a sound embodiment of progress and development. Quality of work matters, and there Narendra Modi occupies a top rank. All the best for a leader who works tangibly well.