Hindustan Times (Patiala) - - Region -

Our democ­racy has come to a stage where one-party ma­jor­ity rule re­mains a dream, cour­tesy the greed of our politi­cians to re­main in power by hook or crook. The Ma­ha­gat­band­han is vul­ner­a­ble to a clash of am­bi­tions. It is a myth that if the BJP wins, Naren­dra Modi will be the PM. In the BJP, there are many as­pi­rants, in­clud­ing Nitin Gad­kari. The BJP is dom­i­nated by the RSS that forced its choice, Yogi Adityanath, as the UP CM. The thumb rule of In­dian democ­racy is that the party hav­ing max­i­mum num­bers will choose its leader. The po­si­tion is dif­fer­ent in 2019. The aim of the op­po­si­tion is to dis­lodge the BJP and Modi as the next PM. Capt Amar Jeet Ku­mar (retd), Mo­hali

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