We got our yet another politician .. after Hardik Patel (although not that successful) and Arvind Kejriwal (half the credit goes to Anna Hazare for the making of Kejriwal 😀 ). The politician production house aka the media did a commendable job finding out this new talent among numerous contenders with the help of clueless administration. And now he is a new hero slapped on our faces, regardless.
Mr Azadi Kumar – The poor child of mother media has managed to make it to the top and to explain to the world that carefully tailored catchy statement – ” Don’t want ‘azadi’ from India but in India “. Freedom from ?? Same old stuff- poverty, caste system, inequality of women, etc etc. So ?? What’s new ?? 😀
A new politician !! Congratulations again, dear Nation. 😀
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After being out of politics and the nation for 57 days , Congress VP Rahul Gandhi is going to make a comeback with a rally at Ram Lila Maidan against the Land Acquisition Bill. The Congress says the bill is anti-farmer and representatives of farmers from many states are expected to participate in the rally.
Rahul’s comeback may have given fresh hopes to few in the Congress, however, the revival of Congress seems a distant dream.
Once she said ‘Hypocrisy, thy name is BJP’ and now Shazia Ilmi is a part of BJP and so has joined probable and posing CM candidate for BJP, Kiran Bedi. Followed them, Vinod Kumar Binny, former AAP top leader.
Without a second doubt, the strategic self-promotion of Narendra Modi since 4 years in advance not only got him the Top Seat of the nation in 2014 with PM before his last name but also changed the decades old politics of ‘coalition Central Govts’in India and for good. The rightly hyped NaMo wave has put a serious threat to regional parties even in state level elections. Complete white-washing of MNS in Maharshtra elections is a fresh example of the changing mentalities of voters in India post NaMo wave. BJP on the ride of Modi wave has managed to penetrate big time in states where it was close to non-existent and has either managed to be a part of the state govts, wholly or in coalitions, or has instigated a seriously fractured mandate, like in cases of Jammu & Kashmir and Delhi in 2013.
Governments Change Politics Doesn’t!
With BJP becoming more and more powerful and well placed in politics, politics itself remains unchanged. Politics is pleasantly hopping to the powerful in the desperate thirst of more power. They who once stood tall against the NaMo wave are helping the wave retain its slowly fading strength. So far politics has shown its character. It has not changed itself even though the govt at the centre changed. It has remained a hypocrite as it is known to be.
Some Instances of recent Hypocrite behaviour of Politics.
- The BJP bagged votes for ‘Development of the nation and people’. There was close to no-talk on the agenda of ‘Hindutva’. Today, BJP ministers make headlines talking pro-hindu and the govt mostly and ideally prefers acting unaware. Politics has to please all- those who understand ‘development’ and those who understand ‘development of hindutva’.
- Black Money which played a major catalyst of white-washing Congress and its allies in 2014 elections and which was awaiting its flight back to India, as promised by the BJP and PM Modi, has again lost all its hopes to see its motherland, anytime soon.
- The anti-corruption movement started in 2011 fell prey to politics and the movement and its first face- Anna Hazare are long forgotten. Who made it big was politics by the name of Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, Shazia Ilmi, Kumar Vishwas, General VK Singh, Kiran Bedi and a few more.
- Politics desires power more and more and has no friends and foes. The Lalus and the Nitishs who fought against each other joined hands when they both lost power.
- Politics promises to get to power and when it gets it, abruptly runs away for more powers.
They walk together, walk alone and when required walk against each other. Make and break friendships and alliances. They blame each other, frame each other on corruption, mismanagement and what not and when necessary they hug one another as long lost friends.
May be, BJP is no more ‘Hypocrite’or has Shazia Ilmi turned a ‘hypocrite’ now, as stated in one of her tweets in November 2013. Kiran Bedi who repeatedly questioned PM Modi’s role in 2002 Gujarat riots, till some times back, speaks highly of his leadership, today. Strange!
Politics thy name is double-standards, desperate hunger for ultimate power, falsifying promises. Politics you promise to empower us but solely aim power to self. Hypocrisy, thy name is…Politics!!
A well renowned local leader, one of the key TMC party member and Transport Minister of Bengal, Madan Mitra was arrested by the CBI in connection with Saradha Chit-Fund Scam. The State Govt has reacted very sharply against the arrest and as always the PM has been dared by the CM of Bengal and the TMC party and the Minister has termed the arrest ‘POLITICAL CONSPIRACY’
Requesting voters to throw the BJP out, RJP chief, Lalu Prasad Yadav campaigned for the alliance of RJD,JDU and Congress in Jharkhand polls. He appealed to the voters to vote for the alliance.
To curb down the emerging power of BJP and Modi, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Nitish Kumar, and Lalu Prasad Yadav have joined hands and are having talks to merge up as ‘Janata Parivar’ which may include the three and HP Deve Gowda.
It would be interesting to see if this group of opportunist politicians will actually get any opportunity and scope to unite for a common interest.
Joining the other opposition parties who are demanding Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti’s sacking as Union Minister for her hate speech, Rahul Gandhi and all other opposition leader covered their mouths with black cloth demonstrating they were not allowed to speak in the House of Parliament.
Covering mouth? What an Idea sir ji ! But came a little late, I suppose. 😀