In this episode, Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Kalraj Mishra, gets candid about his good old days with former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, whom he views as an inspirational and a global leader. He says that he does regret resigning from the Cabinet in 2002 and may have missed a chance to be the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. But BJP's performance of 73 seats in the last Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh has emboldened him, and the party will contest in the coming UP elections as a single unit. He agrees that Narendra Modi is the right person to lead the country and that comparing him with Mr Vajpayee is not justified. He appreciates Mr Modi's work in Gujarat and says he thinks and cares for the poor. Mr Mishra admits that he wasn't happy with how events in 1992 unfolded (in reference to the Babri Masjid demolition). He wishes the Land Acquisition Bill was modified earlier and that the BJP should not ignore the views of its workers, especially senior leaders.