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Modi is a ‘better politician than the fools who have been in power’ recently: Ashis Nandy

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Courtesy: Scroll.in

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The prime minister is looking for a way to rise above politics while his hardline associates like Yogi Adityanath can continue to do business as usual, explains the noted political psychologist.

Renowned political psychologist Ashis Nandy analyses Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s motives in initiating the Swachch Bharat Abhiyan, his ideas on cleanliness, sanitation, and environment degradation, his reasons for invoking Gandhi, and why his government seems like an NRI government.

Excerpts from an interview. Online at: http://scroll.in/article/681961/Modi-is-a-‘better-politician-than-the-fools-who-have-been-in-power’-recently:-Ashis-Nandy

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