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Modi should look before he leaps

Friday, May 11, 2018

This is the first time in the history of the Indian democracy that the prime minister Narendra Modi is using abusive and low level language against Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his family and party during the Karnataka poll campaign which does not suit his image and credibility to his chair which has never been seen from the all the previous prime ministers of the country. By using abusive and low level language Narendra Modi showing his class as the worst prime minister of the country who does not respect anybody and considers himself above everybody and behave like a dictator. I strongly feel that the egoistic Modi attacking Rahul Gandhi personally for his greedy power is making fool of himself and making the Rahul Gandhi more popular among the people of the country and for which Modi has to pay very heavy political price in near future as nobody on this earth that what is going to happen tomorrow and may be angry people of the country could reject Modi and his party in 2019 general elections for which he has to regret and will be fully responsible for the downfall of himself and the BJP. It is high time the PM must stop this low level language and personal remarks and rather, concentrate on the burning issues of the country and people who are already struggling for survival for last four four years of his failing regime.
— Bhagwan Thadani, Mumbai

RaGa's dream of occupying the top chair hinges on: How many seats his Party is going to contest from the secular alliance quota in the States of UP, Bihar, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. These seven federating units send more than 250 MPs to the Lok Sabha and their political spectrum is totally dominated by the powerful regional satraps. Congress can have its say only in fighting from the states like Rajasthan, MP, Punjab, Karnataka, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Odisha.
— Arun Malankar, Santa Cruz

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