Why Indian parlimenterians are not interensted in early Elections ?
By Balbir Singh Sooch:
Due to self-interest and opportunism (somebody who takes advantage of something, especially somebody who does so in a devious, unscrupulous, or unprincipled way), no member of parliament (MP) wants early Lok Sabha elections.
About the question as specially debated on almost all the TV channels on March 20, 2013, the general view was that early Lok Sabha elections are inevitable.
Otherwise, the Union government has to exercise bargain almost on a daily basis to survive on the Floor of the House as rightly said by the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president and Punjab Deputy Chief Minister, Mr Sukhbir Singh Badal on March 19, 2013.
Also reported that speaking to reporters in Ludhiana, Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Badal said another United Progressive Alliance (UPA) ally, the Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party is also “breathing down their neck after being branded as terrorist”, by Union minister Beni Prasad Verma. The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president said with the Congress led UPA government reducing to a minority,
Similarly, the regional parties feel better not to form the ‘Third Front’, but join an alliance with BJP or alliance with Congress and then exploit and or selfishly and blindly follow like their (alliances) slaves respectively at the cost of their minorities, communities etc, who are always facing open and also unreported one-sided aggressive communal cashes and hatred in India.
As was the talk on one TV channel today i.e. on March 20, 2013, that alone during the rule of Samajwadi Party so far in Uttar Pradesh, confessed communal cashes were said to be 27 and non-confessed were said even more than 100 communal cashes happened and instigated.
Instigated (to cause trouble, especially by urging somebody to do something destructive or wrong)!!! By whom…, participants in discussion did differ and blamed each other’s party, group etc by gestures- the use of body movements to communicate, but were not difficult to understand them and their politics.
Why is the third front ‘non-Congress and non- BJP’ not visible for the coming Lok Sabha elections so far? Who are Guilty? THIRD FRONT: ‘A non-Congress and non- BJP as an option to opt to vote in the coming elections is must’.
The Indian voter is likely to prove enlightened and possibly opt (go for) third front, provided the third front honestly and sincerely formed now, before Lok Sabha elections.
The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Akhilesh Yadav said that “his father and Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh has been among the handful of political heavyweights who have tried often during the last few years to consolidate the smaller parties of the country and the Left into a non-Congress, non-BJP front as an electoral option at the Centre”, that’s a ray of hope not lost for people India, seems so far.
As already said and as it looks now, the case (Congress has depended on its grand history and on the preset option of the undecided Indian voter-unsure, unclear and open i.e. friendly with congress so far) may not be so for new generation of congress, led by Rahul Gandhi to offer in Lok Sabha elections.
The Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi asks Congress MPs from Uttar Pradesh to gear up for Lok Sabha polls, that’s also be taken as an indication that early Lok Sabha elections are inevitable and the political parties have to be ready and willing for adopting the free and fair means into practice in the elections to serve the country.
Again, the question remains whether people of India will find in form the ‘THIRD FRONT’, a non-Congress and non- BJP’ as an option to opt to vote in the coming elections?