It is the election time in India as Election Commission has announced the election dates starting from 11th April 2019 until 19th May 2019. As a result, code of conduct during election period is in place so that political parties and candidates cannot influence the voters by any means and elections are conducted in a fair and peaceful environment.
Shatrughan Sinha (SS) has been playing negative politics from the very beginning when Modi took office as Prime Minister of the country. For best reasons known to BJP leaders, he was not given any ministerial position and the news around that time was that he got frustrated for not getting any high post in BJP.
In less than 3 months from now, the largest democracy of the world is going to have its elections for the 17th Lok Sabha. Based on the current scenario, to many sagacious people, political analysts, and media, the cloud of political situation in next 4-6 months looks a little bit uncertain which way the camel will sit no one knows.
Countries like India and many developing and under-developed countries which rank high in "The Corruption Perception Index" of International Transparency, need to make it mandatory for colleges and universities program curriculum to include an important course namely "INTEGRITY AND ANTI-CORRUPTION".
At the outset, I do not hesitate to state that today the most controversial person in India is Novjot Sidhu. His nature and actions have made him create controversies. We do not understand why this man who lives in India, is a Minister, visits Pakistan again and again, and seeks a certificate of their appreciation.
On 31st October 2018, the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi will inaugurate the world’s tallest ‘Statue of Unity' which is built in the loving memory of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the 'Iron Man' of India. It is claimed that it is an engineering marvel reflecting technological, artistic and aesthetical values. The Statue is two times taller than the Statue of Liberty of America.
Arvind Kejriwal, the present Chief Minister of Delhi, entered Indian politics with a big bang and fanfare. He is the by-product of Anna Hazare Movement University in politics. He is a good product of Indian Institute of Technology.
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.
Ever since, Mr Modi, the honorable Prime Minister of the country took over the reign of political regime at the center, different concepts of explaining the word "CLEAN" are emerging. Mr. Modi is not only a seasoned political leader, but also a prolific orator, outstanding mentor, unique philosopher and even an excellent professor. His vision covers all fields and issues presently facing the country. His presentations in public domain is of the highest order, inspiring with a sense of full commitments and actions.
After 16 months of corruption movement by Anna team, which was started with a big fanfare, the movement got diluted from purity to politics. Anna team has decided to jump into the politics and form a political party in order to bring a system change in the country.
Surprisingly, Anna Hazare abruptly ended his fast under the garb of bad health condition. He has also canceled his programme of "jail bharo". His team’s next move may be to boycott Congress in forthcoming states polls. Has Anna Movement been a success or a failure? This is left to the readers to decide.
Indian Express reported news with evidence that Dr Kiran Bedi charged her hosts full fare on air travels which were also discounted tickets. On the other hand, Bedi claimed that this was not for her "personal gain" rather the excess funds were transferred to her NGO for social welfare activities.
Sharad Yadav's speech can be seen as a damage control mechanism in maitaining the high diginity of the Parliamentary system of democracy of the country. His speech, in the Parliament on August 27, 2011 on Jan Lokpal Bill, was really very impressive, reflecting his honesty, knowledge about the functioning of a Parliamentary system.