Political Frustration of a Star Neta

Nitish Kumar with Shatrughan Sinha.

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If Mr. Rahul Gandhi is a rising star, then I would definitely say that Mr. Shatrughan Sinha is a falling star and it may be very difficult for him to regain his lost reputation.

There is a saying that 'When a child is born, the child learns how to speak, but throughout his/her life the child learns what to speak'.

I think Mr. Shatrughan Sinha does not know this lesson of life. It is very strange and unfortunate to read that Mr. Shatrughan Sinha has been behaving in an irresponsible and rebellious manner in the last 2-3 months. His high level of frustration and ambitions to be a Minister are clearly visible from his statements. He often appears on TV and states that BJP is his first and last party.

This is double standard. He has been attacking the BJP leadership in an opportunistic manner. It looks that Mr. Shatrughan Sinha is becoming a "Shatru" (enemy) of his own party, showing his DIALOGUE GUN to the party leadership and a 'MITRA" (friend) for opposition parties. Is this a reflection of loyalty to the party and behaving in a disciplined manner? If he has issues and concerns, he should discuss them inside the party forum or explain his stand and views in the 'Apki Adalat' programme. He has no patience at all.

He appears on TV and only speaks in dialogues. The best advice to him would be that he should undergo one month of Yoga and Meditation course with Baba Ramdev in Haridwar in order to learn how to control himself and behave in a responsible manner. When he knows that his political reputation is being impaired, it is always good and sensible to remain "KHAMOSH' for a while. This strategy will help him earn his diamonds again.

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