Turning the wheels of fortune
Thanks for that brilliant insight into the politics of Nitish Kumar. It was easy for the reader to see through his dislike for Narendra Modi. He is more genuine and less evil than Modi. My friends from Bihar, who would otherwise shudder at the thought of returning back, are now open to the prospect of relocating there.
Refer to ‘ Jailhouse Rock’ by Ashish Khetan, 23 June.
Refer to ‘ The Dark Horse for 2014?’ by Rana Ayyub, 1 September. This is the question haunting everyone’s mind. Who will be the PM candidate of the NDA in 2014? There are many aspirants from Advani to Arun Jaitley and from Narendra Modi to Nitish Kumar. But will the BJP allow anyone from outside to take the place?
JACOB SAHAYAM, ON EMAIL
GOONS ON LOOSE
ANURAKT JAIN, ON EMAIL Refer to ‘His Cup of Woes Runneth Over’ by Rana Ayyub, 18 August. I could not hold myself and thought I must write to you for what you brought out in your article. I would like to thank you for removing the masks of these so-called dacoits turned politicians.
The recent Gujarat saga was aptly covered If democracy means that people can write any rubbish on anyone or any process, you are justified. On the other hand, on moral and ethical grounds, what you have written is totally nonsensical. Refer to ‘The Kejriwal Conundrum’ by Revati Laul, 18 August.
BINU, ON EMAIL
SMOKE AND MIRRORS
To criticise Kejriwal, however, is in no way to condone the venality of the political class in general, or the malafide of the UPA government, in particular. Rather, it is to ask what state have we brought ourselves to that a public warrior must speak so loud and hard to rouse our attention?" However, that is exactly what you and other worthies have been doing for the past year and a half.
BAPPA MUKHERJEE, ON EMAIL The IAC started off well with the middle class supporting Anna Hazare. The focus was on Anna Hazare and the fight against corruption. But people had no idea where this was leading. Everything happened fast. The deadlines for the demands being made by