BJP wants to use the demand for resignation of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohon Singh as election issue. This is one demand, which will never be met for Congress party has decided to fight the forthcoming Lok Sabha election under the leadership of the present incumbent. BJP fought state assembly elections in Karnataka with hyped up propaganda of providing better administration in the southern state. The result tells a different story. At the centre also Congress party will do well. People want nothing but development only. Congress party alone can ensure stable and powerful Government. A weak Government is not respected even by neighbouring countries. It may not be wrong to say regional parties can take care of the regional interest. But these regional parties want to keep safe distance from BJP. In Kashmir National Conference will never move closer to BJP. Even in Bihar JDU, which is a strong ally of BJP in the formation of NDA is considering of looking a different way. It will not be surprising when Biju Janata Dal, which is also an ally of BJP moves closer towards Congress after the lok Sabha elections slated for early part of 2014 is over. Then there is SP and BSP in UP. These two parties fight unto death against each other in the state election, yet at the national level both of them go together with Congress. These two parties will not like to face the fate they fell on Telegu Desam for supporting BJP Government at the centre in the past. Ours is a secular democracy. The party which is tinged with communal forces will always be rejected by voters. BJP now understands it. Therefore it is now on the lookout for an issue to go to voters. Voters know that also. Prime Minister Manmohon had in the past volunteered to resign saying he wants to relinquish the job. But none could take his offer. He had said how long I should continue to offer resignation when none can take it. Dr Manmohon Singh when asked why he lost in the Lok Sabha election from Delhi could say boldly he had no money. Such leader who talks of moneylessness without shame cannot be expected to show propensity to indulge in corrupt practices. If his colleagues were corrupt, they all had resigned. The issue had died with the resignation of tainted ministers and it (the issues) had been buried. In digging out the rotten things nothing will be gained expect getting stinky smell. 2 G spectrum allocation scam had ended with the dismissal of A. Raja former Telecom Minister then Coalgate scandal and railway board appointment scandal too had perished. The two ministers allegedly involved in the scam too had resigned. The chattering political class will feel the tiredness of keeping the mouth wide open. When it closes it will see the party it hates most adorning the mantle of power again at the centre.
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