Wednesday, 21 May 2014

AAP and Kejriwal's Topsy-Turvy

After receiving total negative vox populi by a margin of over 3.7 lakh votes at Varanasi Parliamentary Constituency AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal's recent political decisions are appearing as more topsy-turvy.
Yesterday on Wednesday apologised to the nation for quitting as Delhi Chief Minister early this year after running the government for 49 days and said that his party wants fresh mandate. It is not understood why Kejriwal is asking fresh mandate now defying the usual constitutional setup.

In another occasion despite of Delhi's Metropolitan magistrate Gomati Manocha's request where Hon'ble Magistrate told "You are representing the Aam Aadmi Party. I request you to behave as aam aadmi (common man)," kejriwal was sent to Tihar jail after he refused to furnish a personal bail bond in a defamation case filed by BJP leader Nitin Gadkari as stated by news agencies.

In last Delhi assembly election mandate received by AAP was clearly against Congress and formation of Govt with the help of Congress may have gone against AAP in recent Parliamentary election. Perhaps people of India treating AAP now as a B-team of congress. It seems that all these fickle and fussy actions may lead AAP to futile position in politics of India. More media reports here

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Sunday, 18 May 2014

India got a real leader

ModiThe era of Narendra Modi has been initiated by the Indian people. Indian people has awarded landslide victory to Narendra Modi and his NDA alliance and has taken him to the pinnacle of power trusting on his extensive, innovating and satisfying approach. Although Modi's victory had been criticized negatively as peoples anger against UPA and Congress by some of his party leaders during last few days could be called as childish or these leaders are not understanding the direction of people's mandate.

Today Modi has remarked that Non-NDA parties may have to form alliance for opposition status,also said this would be for the first time in the history of the country when parties outside the ruling coalition may have to form an alliance to formally attain the status of an opposition in Parliament. This is significant the current mandate has overridden all the bad labels like "Hindutva", "Assassinator of Mahatma Gandhi" etc from the profile of BJP, which had been using by the Congress, SP, CPM and other many political parties for at least last 65 years to keep BJP and RSS out of power. This is the great credit of Modi  by whom those bad labels are overridden and which could not be happened during the regime of Bajpayee-Adwani.

And making fool the people of India Congress and other parties of same feather who had been acting against BJP and RSS, enjoyed power with resultant corruption and heavy scams. But this time overwhelming mandate has shown the wisdom of the people. Wise Political leaders should understand the people's mandate and be refrain from negatively criticize the people's mandate at least for their future wellness. 

Friday, 2 May 2014

Have Indian politicians lost Etiquette?

During the current Parliamentary election Indian people witnessed the worst manners of Indian Politicians.This poll has revealed many bizarre moments of  basic behavior that is socially expected from individuals. Most of the political parties and their leaders appeared to be forgotten the traditional Indian Etiquette.

People of India is noticing every day how politicians abusing each other for getting votes.There are many funny occasions when most corrupted party Congress is abusing BJP using un parliamentary languages and with imaginary charges. Also,BJP a so called non secular party doing the same against Congress, AAP.

An example, to a question asked of him in an interview to Doordarshan, the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi reportedly said that Priyanka "is like my daughter". This statement provoked issue for Congress and Congress is reacting very badly on the remark made by Modi. However, BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman told media, "Somebody, a father's age referring to a girl as a daughter is reflective of Indian culture. He said it in that spirit." People of India perhaps will be more pleased on Modi for his said remark which shows the traditional Indian Etiquette.

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