Thursday, 22nd March, 2018

Peeved politicians plan perfectly

28, May 2017 By shakeel ahmad

KANPUR:  Peeved politicians have a tendency to either form a fresh party or join the political party which offers them a gainful offer. The Rashtriya Bahujan Morcha is a recent addition to this line. This front is a group of those politicians who feel betrayed by a stronger lady leader. The convenor and office-bearers were once loyal to that popular Bahenji. It will soon start a membership drive in the whole of the state.

What is more astonishing is that annoyed Kapil Mishra has not shown interest in joining this front despite its national tag. So far he has been busy in only exposing scams after scams but he seems to have been getting no marked benefit of these exposures. We remember he also warned Kejriwal of taking to the Tihar jail in a fit of fury but he, in turn, reached the hospital.

How nicer it would be if he should also stick with new front and raise his voice in a more effective way. His scathing attack on AAP leader seems to have brought no desired result so far. He appeared to prove that AAP was more cheating than the Congress. He wants to modify it like BJP. But the chances are not too strong to get it done. His health can get worse if his blood pressure remains abnormal. He has exposed several scams of AAP leader and Nasimuddin Siddiqui also focussed on the BSP leader. Therefore, there is a political similarity in their political thoughts. Their foes are surely established, experienced leaders.

It is yet not clear whether emissaries are contacting Nasimuddin Siddiqui and Kapil Mishra for their unity on cleaning the country’s political atmosphere. But their comparable insight can bring a big change in the scams-ridden politics where truth and non-violence are wholly forbidden concepts. Even though they are aspiring to do somewhat better for the public weal, they are far away from each other. It is expressly suitable time to shake hands for a better class of the political struggle.