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    The agenda we need to understand.

    When there was farmer's suicide in the UP, Maharashtra as well as in the MP, it was BJP who was blamed for inefficiency of the administration. When the Mumbai got flooded with water & collapsing of buildings occurred then again the opposition got united & blamed the state BJP government for not taking enough actions in advance. In New Delhi, when the three of the girls died of hunger then again the BJP was blamed for not taking the enough steps in order to control this. Now coming to Kerala, it's again the BJP who is being targeted for not doing enough for the state in the flood situation but this is important to note that the CM of Kerala never targeted for the consequences of flood by any of the parties or news channels. By the way, Pinarayi Vijayan is the current Chief Minister of Kerala who belongs to Politburo of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
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    It is always the practice. The opposition parties in the centre will always blame the ruling party for all the happenings. We have been witnessing the same for long. These days everything will be seen as a chance and occasion to be utilised for their selfish motto. They never think of the common man or the country. They always think of themselves and their party. Our Ex-Prime Minister Mr Vajpayee somewhere told that for him Nation is the first, then comes the party and finally, the self-comes. But we don't have such leaders these days. All think what is the situation and how it can be utilised to their advantage and their party's advantage. The priorities are different. These days nobody will work without any selfish motto. If somebody is trying to do that also, others will never cooperate and see that the things will go in the right direction. Very unfortunate state of affairs. At least people should not play politics on dead bodies.
    drrao
    always confident


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