As the new Karnataka chief minister, who leads a coalition government was sworn in, leaders and several chief ministers of many opposition parties, unlike almost never before, were present to convey support.
The list reads like a who’s who of Indian Politics including: leaders of the JD(S) and Congress party, leaders of NCP, TDP, TMC, AAP, CPI(M), BSP, SP, RJD, Sharad Yadav, RLD, JVM, Kamal Haasan and host of other leaders. What is common amongst them – most of them claim to be secular – another name for minority appeasement.
Anything else – INDIANS ARE SMART ENOUGH TO RECOGNIZE THAT ALL ARE HUNGRY FOR POWER (CALL IT JOB SECURITY) AND LIMELIGHT HAVING ACHIEVED VERY LITTLE DURING THEIR PAST OR PRESENT GOVERNMENTS THEY RUN. They all are facing intense heat from the ruling and dominant BJP alliance in most of the country.
Lok Sabha election season will be upon us soon – so nobody is surprised.
Source: Daily Pioneer
- 25 May 2018
Shri Ram Nath Kovil’s nomination to be the next president has been well received from many quarters. While a Dalit, he is highly educated, a Supreme Court lawyer who has a lifetime of social service. Our Indian Opposition parties were hoping to put up a fight with a common candidate but Shri Kovil selection by the ruling NDA has shattered any chance of opposition unity. In a positive way, most opposition parties have praised or endorsed Shri Kovil, and this leaves a few political parties which are become smaller and less insignificant such as the Indian National Congress, CPI and few others.
- 22 Jun 2017