Archive | February, 2018

The Aadhar connection of BJP office

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

The new-age BJP, which was once Vajpayee and Advani’s party, has now shifted to its newly constructed five-storey office situated on the Deendayal Upadhyay road. The building was inaugurated on August 18, 2016. In this short span, it was completely constructed, and last Sunday Modi-Shah duo green-signalled it. On the more, each visitor to this new office will have to first register their name, address, phone number as well as the Aadhaar number.
The Aadhaar-linking drive is steered by the BJP government. Modi-Shah wants to renew their party in-line with the modern age. On the other hand, there is no shortage of orthodox gentry who claim that whenever BJP has shifted its state or national offices right on the heels of elections, they had to face the defeat.
Well, as the popular saying goes that those that have a genuine skill or accomplishment do not need superficial accolades to go about their business – the upcoming Nagaland, Tripura and Meghalaya elections will clear the air.

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The mightiest pen of all

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

Narendra Modi has the potential to teach the tactics of politics to even the biggies in the game. In his image make-over, he has left behind the earlier prime ministers like Nehru, Indira and Vajpayee on the account of writing skills. Now Modi has become the prime minister to write and edit maximum number of books. While 14 books of Modi have come to light, Vajpayee’s 11, Chaudhary Charan Singh’s 8, Chandrasekhar’s 5, Indira Gandhi’s 4, Pandit Nehru’s 3, Narasimha Rao’s 3, Morarji Desai’s 2 and Manmohan Singh’s 1 book are known.
Of Vajpayee’s 11 books, two are collections of poetry, ‘Kya Khoya Kya Paaya’ and ‘Meri 51 Kavitaayein’, while Modi’s books include a collection of poems, diary portions and other books.
If we talk of languages, while Nehru, Indira, Gujral have written in English, Modi has penned his in Hindi and Gujarati. Vajpayee, Charan Singh and Chandrashekhar have written in Hindi language.
To help students overcome exam phobia, Modi’s ‘Exam Warrior’ book, compiled by Blue Craft, is a tale of formulas, which has been published by Penguin in both Hindi and English languages.

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The cost to rebel against Modi

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

It is a general phenomenon amongst the BJP and the Sangh Parivaar that a direct attack on the Prime Minister from within the party or the Sangh will not be tolerated. This is what VHP’s Pravin Togadia was being warned of but when he refused to understand, the Sangh dismissed his case by showing him a way out.
A similar ‘crime’ was committed by Brajesh Upadhyay of the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh for which he had a to pay the cost. Ashwini Mahajan had also strolled down the same path, but suddenly he took a U-turn after the Budget, which was a boon for him.
Now when Anoop Mishra, unknowingly, walked down this path, and roared in full swing in the parliament that a government does not just run on ‘jumlas’ and that one should learn from Vajpayee, then Rao Inderjit Singh tried stopping him and asked him to sit down. To this Mishra said- “What will you teach me, you have yourself come from the Congress.”
Sources say that the Sangh has taken cognizance of this too and that Anoop Mishra, who is also a relative of Vajpayee, has been shown the mirror, and in this new age, it is not necessary that the mirror tells the truth.

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Jaya-Mamata’s Bengali connect

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

Come April, some 59 out of the 245 members of the Rajya Sabha will complete their tenure. They will retire and then reinstate their political ambitions. The BJP will make a powerful return in the Upper House, while the Samajwadi Party will have to bear the most losses.
Despite all these political bets, there are three SP leaders who are confident that they will return to the House. The bets are in place by Naresh Agarwal and Kiranmoy Nanda. Naresh Agarwal has swapped courts from Mulayam camp to Akhilesh camp.
On the more, SP’s Jaya Bachchan is also retiring but its word in the ally suggests that this time she’ll not be a part of the Uttar Pradesh Rajya Sabha, and instead the West Bengal one. In this regard, she has received full assurance from Mamta ‘Didi’. The Trinamool, too, is backing Jaya Bachchan by crowning her a ‘Bengali icon’, and sources say that Jaya and Mamata have had their discussions from the back-doors.
The Rajya Sabha tenure of eight Union Ministers of the BJP is also ending in this April, and most of them will be rehabilitated. Sources say that Shah has assured two people in this regard –one of them being Rajnath Singh’s political advisor and ‘jyotish’ (astrologer) Sudhanshu Trivedi, and the second name is of Shazia Ilmi, who holds the potential to zip AAP’s Sanjay Singh in the Upper House

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The many colours

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

Ever since Amit Shah has set-foot into the Rajya Sabha, a large group of journalists is always around him in the Central Hall. Of these, many are those experienced and big names from the field of journalism whose hunt for news forced them to follow each step of Arun Jaitley. These days, there is a behavioural change in them. But Jaitley has also experienced his fair share of the changing seasons of politics and also seen the reality of these changing colours who master the art of striking at the right opportunity. Jaitley is confident that by the next session, these old faces will return to their original forms.

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Achhe Din for Jagan

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

The clash between Chandrababu Naidu and BJP has come as an outset of good days for Jagan Mohan Reddy. Sources reveal that Jagan, who has been of late tangled with the ED and I-T department, sent a close aide as a messenger to the ‘Saffron Chanakya’ Amit Shah to put forth his willingness to meet him. Anyway, to curb Chandrababu, it is crucial to showcase Jagan’s closeness with BJP.
So, a power-packed meeting took place between the two. Sources say that when Jagan came to meet the Shah-en-Shah of politics, he made an appeal to get some relief at least from the government agencies. And thus the end of the meeting marked an end to Jagan’s miseries, too. Must say it was like a fast-relief for Jagan.
But the important question here is what was the deal sealed between the two in that meeting? Sources say that Jagan clearly denied a pre-poll alliance to Shah as that may endanger his Muslim-Christian core vote-banks. So he has suggested a post-poll alliance, but with one condition – BJP breaks its all ties with Chandrababu Naidu.
Pro-politician Shah is well aware that each and every seat will play a vital role in the 2019 General Elections and hence he wants both Jagan and Chandrababu to be part of the Team Saffron so that BJP’s all five fingers remain intact.

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What’s in the stars for Kamal

Posted on 26 February 2018 by admin

63-year-old Tamil superstar Kamal Haasan has long wished to take the political plunge. On and off again he has publicly criticised the Modi government and its policies. On the 21st of this February, he finally launched his political party MNM (Makkal Needhi Maiam) in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, where he also unfurled the party’s official flag in red, white and black hues.
The flag depicts six hands holding onto one other. Three of the hands are in red and the other three in white. At the centre of the flag is a six-pointed star in black, forming a white core.
Regarding the design of the flag, a prominent astrologer Sanjay Chaudhary has made many interesting predictions. According to Astrologer Chaudhary, the sun sign of Kamal Haasan’s party is Aquarius and its master Saturn is currently placed at the 11th position – which, apparently, is an auspicious combination. Mercury is in the ascendant with the Sun and forming ‘Aditya Yog’ which predicts that the party will have a long-run. Jupiter is also a part of the ascendant whose seventh House is occupied by the Sun, whose ascendant is Cancer – which predicts that Kamal’s party may form an alliance with a national party, probably Congress, and this alliance will have a wide impact on the 2019 elections. The formation of ‘Gaja Kesri Yog’ in the chart is also a positive indication which depicts a healthy-run for the party in coming days. The positioning of Rahu in the sixth House is sure a matter of concern which predicts internal conspiracy, but Kamal and his party’s stars are so powerful that he’ll escape this attempt of defamation because Jupiter is firmly positioned in the ninth House of luck.

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No play, only work for babus

Posted on 20 February 2018 by admin

The Prime Minister’s drill to crack down on government ‘babus’ is proving to be ineffective in many ways. In 2014, when Modi took oath as the Prime Minister, since then, he has been continuously engaged in his efforts to motivate babus and officers to timely arrive at their offices. The IAS officers who spent most of their time leisurely in golf clubs and social gatherings were also constantly under screen. This brought change in their behaviors but only to some extent. To discipline government offices, biometrics have been installed. But this too failed to change their lazy attitudes.
Nor sources reveal that the PMO is engaged in connecting biometrics with GPS to keep a real-time update of the Babus’ activities by monitoring their locations. It has been found that most officers disappear from offices in the name of field-work and similar excuses. So now they’ll have to punch these GPS cards to their mobile or tablet so that their real-time locations are known. No escaping from work now!

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BJP’s spoiled brats

Posted on 20 February 2018 by admin

The Parliament session holds a meeting of the Business Advisory Committee of the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, which is chaired by the heads of both the Houses. In order to represent the government, the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs also marks its presence, while the leaders of the opposition parties also participate.
So similarly, last week the meeting of the committee was convened to discuss which issues are to be tabled in the House. The Rajya Sabha committee meeting was chaired by its chairman Venkaiah Naidu, but no minister was present to represent the government, while the Opposition leaders were present. So the Opposition took advantage of the situation and decided the agenda of the Rajya Sabha with mutual negotiations.
After stepping out from the meeting, Trinamool Congress’ Derek-O’Brien tweeted, “By seeing the attitude of the BJP, one can understand the honor left in them for democratic institutions.”
On one hand, while the Rajya Sabha committee meeting was underway, on the other hand, the meeting of the Lok Sabha committee also took place there. Even from that meeting the government representatives were absent. Sumitra Mahajan thought of the missing ministers to be busy with the Rajya Sabha meeting. But when the hunt for the two begun, neither Anant Kumar nor Arjun Ram Meghwal could be found in the other meeting, too.
So after a good 25 minutes, Meghwal walked into the meeting and some five-ten minutes later appeared Ananth Kumar. Kumar tried clarifying the delay saying he was in a meeting with the PM, but the opposition leaders did not heave any consideration to it

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When Kani met RaGa

Posted on 20 February 2018 by admin

Rahul Gandhi is taking his newly elevated identity of Congress president very seriously. Sensing the footsteps of the impending general elections, he has learnt the art of decoding the backstage silence. Last week, he met DMK leader Kanimozhi. After being acquitted in the 2G case, Kanimozhi is also seen in an incarnated form these days. Whilst the entire conversation, Kanimozhi was convincing Rahul that Congress should talk to Kani instead of Stalin for coalition in Tamil Nadu. In support of this context, Kanimozhi had her own arguments and explanations. She said that currently Kani, her brother Alagiri and former Union Minister A. Raja are together. And this trio has more influence in the DMK politics. Kani calimed Central Tamil Nadu to herself, alongwith the high influences of Alagiri in South Tamil Nadu and A Raja in North Tamil Nadu. Rahul did lend his ear to Kani but in return claimed no concrete assurances.

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