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Politics at its worst

Indian politics has touched rock bottom and it is going from bad to worse. As Prime Minister was in Chennai to inaugurate the Defence Expo 2018, thousands of black balloons with the words “Go back Modi” inscribed on them greet PM as he arrived in the Southern city. But as a crusader of tough political background, Prime Minister Modi wades into black sea and completed his fixed engagements as scheduled and created a stir in the city. Even IPL matches were shifted out of Chennai in an effort to pacify the protesters but not Modi.  The DMK led opposition and fringe parties resorted to the novel protest to record their opposition to the non-constitution of the Cauvery Management Board. The PM was ready to face resolute resistance and stood firm in the black balloon protest. He is confidence personified and tries to hit the opposition with a last nail on the coffin. The ruling party need not stand in favour of all the demands of the opposition and remain as a puppet. The absolute majority of BJP upset the opposition and now try every mean method to give problem as upsetting Modi is not a possibility in the nearest future.

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