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India in unsteady hands?

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Mamta Banerjee, the West Bengal CM has reportedly claimed that Rahul Gandhi, Vice-President, Congress was not proactive in campaigning in the recently concluded Elections in the North East Region nor was he inclined to have an alliance with the TMC despite a good piece of advice to him. He discarded all the advices which has enabled BJP to emerge victorious. Rahul Gandhi knew that an alliance with Congress was essential to counter the BJP, but remained passive and enabled BJP to win handsomely. Why Rahul refrained from forming alliance with the TMC and tribal parties remains a mystery but this has given the much needed oxygen to the BJP at a right time to boost their morale as reportedly claimed by the West Bengal CM. Rahul is helping the BJP win Elections, justifying the desperate need for a Third Front at the National Level to provide a viable Opposition mainly to BJP and Congress. Save our country from both the parties!

— T. M. Uday Shankar, Hyderabad

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As reported, the third front of non-Congress gathbandan is to be formed to fight unitedly against BJP. Who will be their leaders is not yet known? In case it is formed which is very unlikely, it will be like crutches with multiple weak joints. It is indeed very surprising that they want to compete with the BJP on policies not known. They have not come out with any ideas or planning for making India more prosperous and strong. They fail to realise that the BJP has not come on its own but has been formed by intelligent matured electorates who have faith and confidence in BJP. Other parties who were in power have ruled the country  with mounting corruption and inefficiency which electorates did not like. So,if non-BJP parties want to come to power, they must win the heart of electorates and not blame or crticise BJP for victory. The third front is very weak and shallow ideas will never come out with power unless they express their views on planning and policies to improve India and make it more successful and prosperous which must kindly be noted.

— S.P. Sharma, Mumbai

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