Many talking heads have shaken their heads, very solemnly and pronounced, why Mr. Modi cannot become the Prime Minister of this country. And as they are wont to, they put the cart before the horse each time, pronouncing the verdict even before the chargesheet is filed.
Post that, it has to match the shenanigans of the Congress and its money power and its rather magnetic ability to attract allies who are ever eager for a slice off the large pie that the 'service of people' often offers (which lesser mortals euphemistically term corruption). And then of course, the badge called secularism - the form practiced by Congress and eagerly supported by their media which is a perfect foil for indulging in corruption.
And as you can see, these are tougher than the mere formality of winning seats.
People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it - variously attributed to multiple people.
Those who say it can't be done should get out of the way of those who are doing it. Joel Arthur Barker
If these naysayers went ahead and did something productive, it might be worthwhile for the country, instead of airing their views on why someone should not be a Prime Minister candidate. Unless they are on the payroll of some National Berozgar Journalist Scheme.