“SAPNE DIKHANE WAALE NETA LOGON KO ACHHE LAGTE HAIN, PAR DIKHAYE HUE SAPNE AGAR PURAY NAHIN KIYE TO JANTA UNKI PITAYI BHI KARTI HAI. ISLIYE SAPNE WAHI DIKHAO JO PURAY HO SAKEIN”
Union minister NITIN GADKARI warned the politicians who inveigle people into voting for them by spinning tales of a glorious, if illusory, future, to watch out. Those same voters, he said, will turn aggressive when those promises prove false. Surely he couldn’t mean Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After all, Gadkari is rumoured to be the RSS’s preference for the top job, should the BJP’s majority drop in the general election. Or, as the BJP insists, could he have been referring only to the Congress and Rahul Gandhi, with whom Gadkari was seen engrossed in a conversation at the Republic Day parade? Recently, Gadkari called on the BJP’s leadership to face the flaws exposed by the defeats in a series of assembly elections. He also spoke admiringly of Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. Bona fide evidence, in the current political climate, of conspiracy!