Hindustan Times (Patiala) - - Region -

This is with ref­er­ence to the ed­i­to­rial, The con­flict in the op­po­si­tion (HT, May 14). The mer­cu­rial Ma­mata Banerjee and self-de­ify­ing Mayawati must be com­pli­mented for their as­tute stand that meet­ings of op­po­si­tion par­ties should be held af­ter the re­sults come in as de­lib­er­a­tions will be pro­duc­tive once the arith­metic be­comes clear. Many per­mu­ta­tions and com­bi­na­tions in both camps are in the off­ing. In­dia needs a strong and sta­ble Cen­tre than ever be­fore to steer its dasha and disha in five years and be­yond. In na­tional in­ter­est, the me­dia and ju­di­ciary ought to rein in, if a need arises, any mis­ad­ven­tures by politi­cians. It’s best to keep our fin­gers crossed till May 23.

Lalit Bharad­waj,


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