King of the Delhi Sultanet finds himself in a lucid vision where frustrated and jealous Modi is planning his murder..
That the current BJP-led regime dutifully leaves no chance to prove its ‘Left-Liberal’ and ‘Secular’ credentials from time to time is no secret.
Right since assuming the position of nation’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi made it a point not to address any private media house through a one-to-one interview. For the first time, he decided to address a private media outlet, and hence arrived at the Arnab Goswami’s show aired upon Times Now channel on the 27th of June, 2016.
it has almost been around a week and half, when we began hearing Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi yelling in his menacing voice, asking for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to show his educational certificates.
BJP will need to undertake a serious introspection as to why it has been facing such bitter defeats in state elections. Refusing to accept the facts amounts to arrogance and we know what arrogance did to congress in 2015.
Modi is alone. Alone in trying to do what is good for the country. But he must plod on, because that is what his duty to his motherland is calling him to do. That is what voters elected him for. Any compromise with the mafia that is permanent ruling elite of India will finish both-Modi and the country.
From being called a "thumke lagane wali" (one who swings her hips) by Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam to "Kaun hain aap? aap kya hain, main jaanta hoon" (who ARE you? I know well what you are) by Sharad Yadav of JDU, Smriti Irani has braved it all. You see, the easiest way to put down a strong person, is by assassination of their character.
India is a Hindu majority nation but Muslims are the second larget majority at around 30 Crore in population. There are various schemes dedicated to Muslims by central and state governments. Any party bringing this schemes gets a massive vote bank swing vital for their survival in elections. Any party that wishes to roll back such biased schemes fear a secular backlash.
The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would hear the cases in which Environmental clearance is given or withheld by the concerned authorities, to ensure that there was no arbitrariness in the process. But devil always lies in the details.