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Decentralisation of power

Narendra Modi should demonstrate that he believes in decentralizing power by enlisting co-operation of others working for his party. Modi must induct Baba Ramdev as Health minister, Kiran Bedi as Home Minister, Subramanian Swamy as External Affairs Minister into his cabinet. He must select one of our renowned industrialists ( he must decide fast) for becoming industries minister. General VK Singh may be inducted into the Defence Ministry but let us wait for some other deserving candidates name to crop up. The only point which has worked against him is the controversy pertaining to his date of birth. He has been eyeing for a post too quickly.

RK Singh should be ousted from BJP or he must not be offered a plum post as he has already started badmouthing his boss whom he was serving till recently. If Singh had differences, he should have sought a transfer. It’s not about giving credit to Sushilkumar Shinde, who according to me is the worst home minister with dubious loyalty. He only wants to go to Rashtrapati Bhawan therefore he is trying to remain in good books of Sharad Pawar. It is our misfortune that he is continuing with the post of home minister. Baba Ramdev cannot be inducted into Finance Ministry because that is not his core competency, inspite of him having very radical views on tax reforms.

Salman Khan has rightly said that Modi is a good man. Rahul Gandhi had indirectly compared Modi with Aurangzeb which is unjustified. He will be declared as the Congress party’s prime ministerial candidate. Rahul is young and clean but he must refrain from criticizing any one and solely concentrate on implementation of policies and programmes. He can announce the formation of Rahul Brigade and induct youth to work for the sake of nation’s development. Here he can seek the assistance of Priyanka Gandhi for inducting good and strong girls. This brigade (or give another name) is to be trained in disaster management, fire fighting techniques and first aid techniques.

I was so impressed watching our “jawans “of the army rigorously trained in difficult combats. We need a very well trained cadre of youth who will rise to any calamity with power in biceps, smile on face and gold in heart. In the past, I wrote about creating a force of Muslim young girls, burka clad, only eyes visible but with power of a tigress whizzing past on motor cycles assisting the police in maintaining law and order. It will be a force to reckon with and suitable Urdu or Arabic name to match should be provided.

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