I am sure you are referring to 2019 Lok Sabha elections in India .
In the current scenario, and as of the latest election results in 5 states, it is quite apparent that BJP , has already lost its charm , hence we can forsee a Congress led coaltion Govt. forming at Centre.
People are left in dilemna, ie; between the devil and deep sea.
It does not mean people are over excited to elect Congress, but simply becuase they are left with no choice.
However I also foresee in the next few months current Modi Govt. will sone start to declare a lot of subsidies, projects and whatever they can to appease the people in India, and if they get to power take away all those once they are in power.
Yes Statue Of Unity can be a one time visit for tourists. However I do hope that India does not follow this way of tourism and starts to build lifeless Statues . I have heard that many LIFELESS Statues are on the works.
If so it will just be a monument of Shame & Guilt
I recently visited on Jan 2019 .Took the Cable car & sculpture view ticket.
The Ambience on approach was good. Very neat and tidy . Has to undergo body frisking for security as in Airports . No outside food allowed. The cable car ride was very short , hardly 10 minutes, and it was not smooth too. Swinging all the way up.
Once at top nothing to see except the scuplture of Jatayu. Entrance was restricted to the Musuem inside the sculpture so cannot comment on that.
Hardly could spend 45 minutes at top, as there was nothing else.
Overall at the end the Rs400/- + GST seems not worth.
There was a 12 D thetare for which you have to pay extra Rs150/- situated at the exit hall.
So before visiting better make a call and ask them what all are there to see, becuase unless they add more attractions at this cost, I would suggest you wait till more investments and features come up.
Written Jan 19, 2019
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