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    Will the INC be reduced to Punjab Puduchery Congress ?

    I think no one can match the oratory skills of Prime Minister Modi and we must listen to him at every election meeting he talks. We learn much from him at every meeting with new words, ideas and even future estimations are given. In one of the meetings, the so-called Indian National Congress would be reduced to Punjab and Puduchery Parivar Congress after 15th may. That was a nice dig and has the inner meaning in it. The way the Congress has been desperately campaigning against BJP and PM at every meeting, one single utterance by PM would take the social media by floods.
  • #635542
    We cannot say so bluntly. Let us wait for some more time. At least let us wait till Karnataka elections results are over.
    Congress party has still a good following in Kerala. I do not think that we can write off Congress so easily, though its leaders are doing all the best towards that direction.

  • #635547
    No doubt Congress was the big party then to believe then, but now the leadership is not capable.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #635550
    Our great Prime Minster has been making statements about every single opposition party, except perhaps its own puppet called AIADMK n Tamil Nadu, with increasing frequency. That his own record at economic management -- particularly in the manner of new job creation -- is a big zero, is lost on every single so-called leader of the BJP.

    Let the PM blabber for some more time. Today, there is a growing disconnect between the BJP and the people and this come to the forefront in Telengana, Tamil Nadu, Orissa, AP, West Bengal and even UP. This will result in the BJP loosing the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

    The Congress may be down, but it is not out. At least the Congress implemented the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, and did not do any communal politics like the BJP.

    The PM will have to eat his own words. Very shortly.

  • #635552
    Why did Sri Modi leave out Punjab and Puducherry? Are they not part of India? He knows what to eat when he is in Rome! He is a man of words with no action and will realize the same when he faces the nation in 2019. He will understand that India is not Gujarat. The petty tactics being played by Modi and Shah is just short-termed.
    'It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it'. - Aristotle.

  • #635632
    Empty vessels make noise. Barking dog seldom bite. There are many such quotes to quote in the present context. The present PM has a good voice and can make good noise. No doubt, he has the oratory skill with a loud voice. The pitch is either low or high without any melody. We should not fall prey to his magical speech. Am sure, Congress will not lose the grip. It will survive, if not in the north, but in the south.
    No life without Sun

  • #635643
    Respected PM Modi has done so much action that all others party has got problems from him. It says the way they blame for each and everything to him, it shows when their frustration of losing every another states comes on their way.

    True, Congress may not get vanished but to get back peoples faith, they have long way to go. Just having Karnataka or Kerala a strong place for congress does not mean that they are going to win the next General Election. Whether one believe or not to defeat Modi, Congress need Mahagathbandhan with all other political party. Single congress or its supporter can not win the Next General Election alone.

    This is a true fact one should understand.

  • #635645
    Undoubtedly, we are lucky enough to have got such a prime - Minster who works day and night with a selfless devotion. His intents are sincere though some his projects like elimination of 1000 currency notes did not yield result significantly but still then his ideas in the implementation of such a project was to frustrate the attempts of anti social elements. We need to reevaluate the real cause prompting him to take some aggressive step. Unfortunately, his intentions are being undervalued most often.
    Though 2019 election is not very far off, it would be better to have a healthy criticism so that it may be at least clear to the ruling party what the opposition wants for the betterment of the people. Hurling irresponsible comments to the opponents is not the solution rather we need to adopt a displined behaviour to address the burning problems with which the country is currently facing.

  • #635646
    Agreed with your Mr. Jha, a PM is selected by the majority of the votes of the citizen of India. One should at least respect the post when throwing some criticism. It is not that one or two people select a PM, at least we should have that feelings in our words regardless of which political party he/she is belong too. If you don't respect a PM, how you can be so sure of your own action or words?

  • #635649
    So far as Indian politics is concerned, some people born in so-called great families think that they can enjoy tax-payers' money lavishly for another fourteen generations. Such great people can never tolerate the Prime Minister of masses. We must try to understand their pain.

    So far Congress is concerned, common people now understand that Modi-Shah combine has been systematically working to make the vision of Mohandas Gandhi true. What was Gandhi's vision? To 'dismantle' the Congress party after independence. We must support Modi-Shah because they are trying to make Gandhi's vision true.

    Beware! I question everything and everybody.

  • #635650
    Even when media is going against BJP, PM alone is taking the party with his witty speeches against Congress and thus the chances of winning further enhanced.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #635660
    Independent India has never seen a more irresponsible PM like Modi. nor a bully like Mr Amit Shah. Look at what has happened in their relationship with Chandrabaabu Naidu, the strongman from AP.

    Mr Naidu was promised the moon, but after the work was over, no attempt was ever undertaken to even address the more fundamental issues. That Mr Naidu is a more sincere political leader, has never been doubted in AP. Mr Naidu is doing wonders through governance. For example, he has implemented a scheme where the individual house holder gets sand used for construction through and use of advanced information technology. In our own great Tamil Nadu, most of this sand is illegal and what is sold is also from illegal sources. The politicians are using sand as one of their huge sources of income.

    Where does Mr Modi fit in? Except for the low cost insurance scheme, and some good work done to clean up parts of the country, what is the record of the BJP? Have they ever contributed to jobs in a big way? They have one record of achievement, where we can all feel proud that there has something been done, really?

    People so easily blame the Congress. Let us not forget that the seeds for the huge IT revolution was actually laid by the late Rajiv Gandhi, when he was the Prime Minister. It was he, through Mr Sam Pitroda, who brought about drastic changes in the telephone technology.

    Likewise, Dr Manmohan Singh will go down in history, as the one man, who made a huge difference through economic liberalization. But for his efforts, we would still be struggling. Let us not forget that the huge service sector that we all now proudly talk of, was the result of Dr Singh 's efforts to really bring about change.

    The previous RBI Governors had a big say and did advise the banks to revise, upwards, the interest rates on deposits, in line with actual retail inflation. What is the situation now? Post GST. actual retail inflation is more than nine percent ( the Government claims that it is far less, which itself is the biggest bluff ), and yet the maximum that one can get is seven per cent!!! No wonder, we always have a recession!! The present RBi Governor does not even open his mouth on deposit rates.

    The jobless growth model of the BJP has ruined the Indian economy. The exact ramifications of all this will unfold in the years to come.

  • #635662
    'Independent India has never seen a more irresponsible PM like Modi. nor a bully like Mr Amit Shah.'
    Despite repeated, continuous, unabated attempt from 2002 onwards, the image of Mr. Modi and Mr. Shah is becoming brighter everyday in the hearts and minds of great people of the great country. Nowadays, nobody bothers about such objectionable and irresponsible comments.

    Beware! I question everything and everybody.

  • #635664
    If Congress was so good, can any one answer why they became to regional party with 44 seats in 2014 General Election from the ruling party for continuous 10 years? Which the party and its supporter get a nightmare still.

    If Mr. Modi is so irresponsible why he gets so much popularity whether it is Mangalore or Madison? Why he so popular with students normal people?

    Manmohan Singh is good economist and I have no hesitation in saying that. However, he was made a scapegoat from the high people. Alash! we had the most weakest PM during that time.

    Do we need the corruptions or scams government, during that time India became one of the most corrupt country with records.

    Let the people of India decide in next general election.

  • #635668
    The mistake what the Naidu has done that he brought so many investments to the state using India name but never briefed PM Modi.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #635996
    A nice catchy phrase that has achieved what the PM wanted, to catch the attention of the public. Such powerful statements or a pot shot at the opposition is good for an election speech or a rhetoric. But if the elections results backfire, the same statement would be quoted by Congress and it will be their return to take a jibe at BJP.

    During elections such bravado and confidence is needed to have a good image among the people about the party and its leaders, at least until the votes are cast. Once the results are announced, we would hear statements that we underestimated, we respect the people's verdict, we are going back to the drawing room etc.

  • #635998
    The leadership is important too during any election & to our information that the current President & the Vice-President of The Congress Party is on bail because they found to be involved in a fraud. So instead providing with the factual proof & be released, the Congress leadership found this good to be on bail.

    If the leadership remained corrupt then what we could imagine from the party members.

  • #636050
    I fully agree with what Mr. Sun opined above for this thread as response. Mr.Modi is a person who talks more with all his dramatic expressions in election meetings but in social media people are saying his actions to the problems are less. He never accepts any policy failures and never talks about these failures in public or media like his predecessor PM's. opined by people in social media. In Parliament he never involve to answer any questions raised by opposition rather than to escape the situation by tactical methods. It is only the BJP fans who flattens to his speeches without thinking what is the use of these speeches to the common man or country.

  • #636274
    BJP president and PM are trying their best to see that BJP will win the elections in Karnataka. The oratory skills of PM are known well and we need not discuss much that. Karnataka was a good place for BJP and earlier also the party ruled the state. So BJP may win the majority here. By the time I am posting this view, the results show that BJP is leading. But in other southern states, there is no chance for either Congress or BJP. Regional parties will take a front role here.
    Coming to Congress is always there from Punjab to Puddicherri. It is the only party which has the presence. But presence is not sufficient. It has to form the government. I feel the chances are very remote for this party in 2019. I have a strong feeling that BJP will be successful. But Congress is going to improve its seats in the coming 2019 elections.

    always confident

  • #636276

    Yet, the Modi wave is continue, one can see the result in Karnataka.
    Why people have still faith and trust on Modi ? It is obvious that at the same time, entire citizen will not become his fan in overnight!

  • #636302
    Yes my heading vindicated as the Congress has been kicked out of power in Karnataka as CM himself loosing at both places.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #636307
    #636302, Mohan sir. The CM Siddaramaiah has won in the Badami seat and lost the Chamundeshwari seat. With JD(S) agreeing for the unconditional coalition offer from Congress, it looks like Congress would be in power. BJP CM candidate, Yeddurappa and JD(S) leader Kumaraswamy have both sought appointment with the Governor to stake a claim to form the Government.

  • #636347
    Entering back power is black mark on any party. Congress should respect the mandate and sit in opposition. If BJP cannot prove majority, let there be power sharing between JDS and BJP in turns.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #636369
    #636347, is that so? What about Goa, Meghalaya and Mizoram? We cannot have different rules for different parties. If a backdoor entry is unethical, BJP must resign in Goa, Meghalaya and Mizoram and then stake the claim for Karnataka.

    I think we are acting blind to the tactics being played by Modi and Shah in ensuring that they either rule or are part of governments in all the states; let us not forget their alliance with the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir.

    'It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it'. - Aristotle.

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