Tuesday, August 4, 2015


#GujaratModel #


Between 2002 and 2013, Narendra Modi as CM, often suspended opposition MLAs pratically in almost every session, quoted & claimed by Shaktisinh Gohil, National spokesperson of All India Congress Committee. During his rallies in 2014, Modi had promised that he would establish Gujarat Model at the centre. That is what exactly he seems to be doing in the parliament. 

Yesterday, probably for the first time in the history of Indian parliament 
such a huge chunk of 25 Congress MPs have been suspended by Sumitra Mahajan, Loksabha Speaker. The entire opposition has risen against this seemingly undemocratic act of BJP in its solidarity and has totally isolated BJP on this issue. The Congress termed it as ruthless assassination of democracy by BJP. 

In response to Speaker's decision, the parties that boycotted the house included the Communist Party of India, CPI-Marxist, Revolutionary Socialist Party, Congress, Nationalist Congress Party, Janata Dal (United), Indian Union Muslim League, Aam Aadmi Party, Trinamool Congress and the Samajwadi Party. Even the parties that remained in the house, resisted this autocratic move of the Speaker.

If we refresh our memory, a couple of years back during Congress regime, when BJP was stalling the proceedings of houses on daily basis the Congress could have punished BJP MPs with suspension in similar fashion but it didn't and rather asked its ministers to resign on BJP's persistent demand to smooth parliamentary order but in stark contrast to it, BJP suspends literally the entire congress out of the house that could not be digested by none in the opposition camp. The Speaker tried to justify her harsh & historic action in the line of her duty but it seems it could not have been executed without tacit support of the ruling government. 

Narendra Modi may have decided to be silent on the the importance issues of Lalitgate & Vyapam pertaining to Sushma Swaraj, Vasundhara Raje and Shivraj Singh Chauhan but his silence is speaking clear & loud that he is not going to tolerate anything against his Cabinet minister & both the State chief ministers of Rajasthan and MP especially when the elections are round the corner. Though, he might break his silence after Bihar Elections.

The question is- should PM defend his Cabinet Minister with his unbearable silence whose probity is being questioned nationwide? She maintained silence for long over this issue but then she broke it addressing the media & nation through regular tweets in the past in her defence that amply suggest to me that she has broken the law helping an absconder of Indian laws and that is exactly what is being alleged by the Congress and other opposition leaders. Contrary to what she tweeted, a couple of days before she addressed the parliament that she hasn't broken any law & she is ready to face the debate in the house. I see there is more to it than what meets the eyes in her case. You may judge yourself reading her tweets below. LOOK AT BELOW WHAT SUSHMA SWARAJ DESIRED IN 2013

BJP duly suffers from acute embarrassment since their own MP, Shatrughan Singh has expressed his unhappiness over the suspension of 25 Congress MPs against his Party lines and in response to his tweet and for damage control, Union Minister, Rajeev Pratap Rudy countered that Mr. Shatru doesn't come frequently to the house and therefore is not aware of the circumstance. It's amazing to see that at least Shatrughan Sinha in BJP is not under PM's awe like others who are quiet over this issue though many would like to tweet like him.

To acquire more brownie points, Smriti Irani grabbed the opportunity immediately over Sonia gandhi's remark that Sushma Swaraj is an expert in theatrics and retorted in favor of foreign minister but was replied befittingly by Rajdeep Sirdesai by his tweet on 7th July, 2015.

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