Why-is-Narendra-Modi-Government-in-A-Hurry2019 has been very eventful for India. The year has marked the abolition of Article 370 and Article 35A merging Jammu and Kashmir into the sovereign of India. Now, the 70-year-old Ayodhya dispute is also resolved. Much to the satisfaction of the majority, the verdict came in favor of Ram Janmabhoomi Trust.

There are also reports that the BJP led Central Government will be targeting the Uniform Civil Code next. Interestingly, Governments will be in a hurry to execute such big tasks just before the elections so that they get some political mileage. But BJP is rushing into things right after the elections.

With this, there are speculations that BJP is certainly moving for the “One nation – One election” in 2022 itself. That means the elections are just three years away. Political Experts say except for the One Nation – One Election, there is no reason for the Central Government to be in hurry.

BJP has come to power with the majority on its own already twice now. In the recent General Election, the party had also crossed the 300 seat mark. The party will be looking to consolidate further and come back to Power in 2022. The 2022 election will also mean that the Opposition will be totally under-prepared.