Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was not the only star at the BJP media workshop in Delhi on August 18. His speech, in which he urged delegates to work hard to develop “nafrat” among the people towards Congress, was followed by a 30- minute presentation by Internet wiz and convener of the Friends of BJP, Rajesh Jain. Jain reeled off slide upon slide of data, but omitted to give solutions. That burden, it seems, has been left entirely upon Modi. It doesn’t help that his man in charge of Uttar Pradesh, Amit Shah, is still recovering from a chest infection.