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Childish way of stalling house

The serial attack by the two prominent parties in India is the talking point in social media. Congress is trying hard to win the favour of people by simply taunting the Prime Minister and his special schemes introduced in recent times.  Rahul Gandhi is losing his cool and his messages in Parliament and outside are recorded and mocked at various levels. He is making comedy of errors without much facts and figures and thereby became a laughing stock in front of everyone including his own party men, who are much senior and more experienced in the field of politics. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made it very clear and accused the Congress of harbouring an inferiority complex and that in turn cause the stalling of the Parliament for unreasonably long time without proper reasoning and forethought. After all the Government is for the people, by the people and of the people and the opposition believes that it belongs to them alone at the expense of tax payers money. The Congress Vice president lamented about pain over the stalling of Parliament while it hurt the government, it equally hurt the members of the Opposition who wanted to raise issues of their concern, now lose valuable time and make mockery of democracy in the floor of the house. How far Rahul lose cool only to be questioned by the people for his fake ambitions and standing in between development and growth of the country? Thus the round two goes to PM and he is ready to extend olive branch to the opposition in the hope of reviving parliamentary democracy.

 

S. Abhishek Ramaswamy

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