Kiran Bedi, the fearless police officer who shook ministers and babus has openly supported Narendra Modi’s candidature for the PM post.
Arvind Kejrival, the seventh chief minister of Delhi has won the trust vote, thanks to Congress’ outside support. BJP flogged Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on aligning with Congress when it had directly stated on national television that it would neither lend support nor receive one.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has coined the slogan – Modi for PM for the upcoming general elections in 2014. The declaration throws light on the changing political climate in India – moving from party system to individuals, similar to what the US practices.
The news of Afzal Guru hanging brought glee this morning. It was a relief to see one of the sought after execution being brought into action. But, there was a certain taint that not-so-political minded ones could smell – the scent of political mileage by the ruling Congress party.
Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar set aside all speculations of him running the race for prime ministership in the 2014 general elections. A section of the opposition, National Democratic Alliance (NDA), had proposed his name but his rejection comes in the wake of Narendra Modi’s name being egged.