CHANGING STANDS IN THE WORDS, DEEDS AND SPEECHES OF MODIJI (2014-2018)



Modiji’s emphatic speech in the Parliament yesterday (7th February 2018) for more than three hours altogether indicates his helplessness and inability in not proving his promises to the Nation (2014). Finding no way out he jumps on Congress now (2018) for all his debacles, like that of folk sayings, “The dancer unable to dance well blames on drums”; "The angriness of daughter-in-law on her mother-in-law shows on breaking of the water pot”. Modiji’s yesterday’s speech in the Parliament confirms and brings close to these adages that development is not possible through him even after 5 years of Governance (2014-2018). 

VARIATIONS IN PM MODI IN TIME AND SPACE

While demonetization (2016), he emphatically asked people to wait for 50 days and “India would be glorified” otherwise he asked people to burn him on the roads. The result!? the people of India know it and its impact even today. Innocent people and senior citizen died before the Banks and today the banking sector lost its glory due to Government’s inefficiency. Then, Modi’s eyes have fixed on “gold reserves” of people and attempted to fix gold holdings.  Seeing the reaction of the people, the step has been taken back and now tries to implement FRDI bill to help banks to recover.

PM MODI'S HISTRIONIC TALENTS BECOMING HYSTERICAL

Then came GST and its implementation where the Nation is at miserable situation and cross-roads while unable to take decision to include petrol, liquor and tobacco products in GST. According to the Governance, if petrol, liquor and tobacco products are brought under GST, the country’s economy would be affected and collapsed. The point is, when a country runs on only taxes on salaried and taxes through liquor, petrol and tobacco products, and the country would never be glorified. How come countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh could bring these products under GST and not the country like India. The burden lies on the Governance to make clear to the people and not diverting the people in the name of Congress misrule and failures, bringing the religion in between and at the same time not constructing the temple at Ayodya. 

Thus, there is no use of jumping on Congress for their own debacles. It is like above sayings, “unable to dance well blaming the drums”. It is absurd. It appears now that the BJP is in the role of Daughter In Law (Novice) while the Congress is the Mother In Law (Long standing)

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