India – RSS controlled BJP’s Exit and Tamil Nadu Politics

May 5, 2019

India – RSS controlled BJP’s Exit


Tamil Nadu Politics 

Padmini Arhant

When the Prime Minister elected to serve the country spends maximum time overseas in the five year term, it is not surprising to note that the main office bearer and BJP party officials are clueless of ground reality in the domestic front and insist on living in the fantasy world.

The false hope among BJP cadre touting  incumbent candidate Narendra Modi invincibility despite BJP (0-5) losing all five states in October last year i.e. 2018 and recently the fear of losing in denying ex-BSF soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav the right to contest election against Narendra Modi from Varanasi suffice as evidence.

BJP incumbent contestant Narendra Modi engagement in illegal horse trading buying opposition MPs and state legislators including voters with cash that BJP party chief Amit Shah and PM candidate Narendra Modi organized by printing Indian currency offshore for cash distribution during election per reports in public domain elaborate the means to gain power.

In fact, cash disbursements to voters is a common practice prevalent nationwide in the so-called free and fair Indian election.

In Tamil Nadu, many such incidents brought to light in this election treading on the ex- Chief Minister Jayalalitha’s path.

Jayalalitha went further in printing counterfeit notes that were imitated by her counterpart Karunanidhi to lure voters that obviously revealed by voters rather than Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi owned sycophant media preoccupied in glossing over their corrupt legacy until today.

According to then Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Karunanidhi, Jayalalitha asked former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi to make her Tamil Nadu Chief Minister stating M.G.Ramachandran widely known as MGR,  her film co-star and mentor who actually made Jayalalitha’s film and political career possible and successful could not speak english and that she was more qualified than MGR for the Chief Minister post.

The general belief among local population in Tamil Nadu is Jayalalitha was behind AIADMK former Chief and mega film star MGR’s demise as she then became the successor wreaking havoc in the state until her last moment of life with her controversial and destructive drive in setting up liquor shops in every nook and corner of Tamil Nadu forcing alcoholism on even a child in that state. The action without a shadow of doubt was grand finale in Jayalalitha’s tumultuous political regime.

Karma caught up with Jayalalitha conspicuous in her final days and destination not a pleasant domain indeed.

Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi spared no opportunity in terrorizing Tamil Nadu citizens and electorate who were primarily bought with bribes and failing that intimidation, threats that are usual political tactics to make voters cast votes in their favor.

Besides, both AIADMK and DMK parties were routinely involved in vote rigging and fake votes that enabled Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi alternate to power lasting over decades in the southern state Tamil Nadu. 

Tamil Nadu population were punished not only during Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi’s lifetime, they are haunted by both of them through their respective parties and offshoots in installing life size statues of these two political figures at public expense constantly reminding Tamil Nadu people of their brutal political history and blatant abuse of power. 

The political parties in Tamil Nadu and rest of India forging alliance with rivals to become rallying forces to win at all costs is the norm in the quest for power.

Finally, RSS run BJP reining in on their foregone conclusions on Narendra Modi’s candidacy as indomitable would be wise in order to cope with inevitable defeat.

Again, the aftermath of declining ex-BSF soldier Tej Bahadur Yadav election challenge against Narendra Modi confirms the latter dismal electability. 

Narendra Modi’s formidability or the lack thereof would have been proved upon the candidate accepting ex-servicemen Tej Bahadur Yadav’s electoral call unlike BJP adopting violent and corrupt strategy to eliminate the soldier from the race. 

Alternatively, Narendra Modi competing against Congress Party in Amethi, Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh would provide credence to presumptuous claim on Narendra Modi’s candidacy. 

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant

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