Saturday, August 1, 2015

BJP IS REAPING WHAT IT HAD SOWN IN PARLIAMENT...

#ParliamentLogjam #KapilSibbal #LokSabha #Proverbs #AdhirRanjanChowdhury

PARLIAMENT LOGJAM DUE TO LALITGATE & VYAPAM SCAM...

HELPLESSNESS IS WRITTEN ALL OVER PM'S FACE

THE INFAMOUS PLACARD THAT CAUSED STORM
As you sow, so shall you reap, proverb is coming true indeed because BJP's old deeds (good or bad) are repaying it in kind. There is no doubt, the Parliament logjam is a national waste but If we remember UPA times of coal, 2G & other scams, it would take us to similar situation wherein BJP hadn't allowed parliament to function holding it to ransom until they had got resignations of UPA ministers. 

Did BJP have an inkling at that time that they would suffer from the same fate in the future? Perhaps, they didn't have even an idea that they would come to power with thumping majority.



As luck would have it, the camel has sat on opposition side now. The controversial actions of Sushma Swaraj, Vasundhara Raje and Shivraj singh Chauhan have offered a golden opportunity to the opposition on a golden platter. The Congress who would not let it slip away, is adamant that they would let the houses function till the Ministers in question put in their papers on the controversial issues of Lalitgate & Vyapam. 

Both the houses for the second week (Lok sabha & RajyaSabha)) have been witness to repeated noisy protests from the opposition and haven't literally transacted any business in this session and the current session has been a complete wash out. It is evident that BJP is being paid in the same coin. The situation got worsened when Congress MP, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury slammed placard on Speaker's table and as a result he had to face the suspension of one day. 

As the Bihar elections are round the corner, BJP has been caught up in tough situation, Neither BJP can swallow it nor it can throw up. It can not afford to ask its ministers to tender resignations because if it does so, it might impact negatively on the upcoming electoral results.

As a last resort, Sumitra Mahajan, Lok Sabha Speaker has convened all party meeting to seek an end to this ONGOING DEADLOCK in the houses but I am afraid, the Congress would not give in under any circumstance. 

LET'S SEE WHO WINS THIS BATTLE!

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